I don’t know about you but I seem to have an endless list of ideas for things I am going to write about, a smattering of drafts ready to go, and not quite the writing habit to get them published. You may also suffer from blog guilt!
The idea was to write for 28 minutes, for each of the 28 days in February. And the measure of success was hitting publish every day, rather than seeking to perfect and polish every post.
Needless to say, it was a huge hit. Not only did it generate a mass of ideas and buzz of excitement, but it also spawned a community of writers. Teachers who went on to share great things in the coming year.
And so it's happening again.
The rules are simple. Write for 29 minutes, each of the 29 days in February. Tag your story with #29daysofwriting. And then just hit publish.
For those of you who manage it, there'll be a special mug waiting for you at the end :)
Interested in giving it a shot? Say 'hi' in the comments below, or in Mark's original story.