If you have a weekend of writing planned (as I do), it is a great way get back into your story. It’s also a nice way to get some writing done in the “company” of other writers, even if we are scattered around the globe.
As a reminder, the goal is to flex your writing skills and to jump start your creativity. It’s all about getting words on the page, not getting the perfect words on the page.
- Set a time period (i.e., 15 minutes)
- When you’re done, note your progress (i.e., “15 minutes and 394 words”)
At :15 past the hour (which ever hour you choose), pull out that pen/paper, computer, or whatever your writing implements of choice are, and Write.
Feel free to repeat as many times as you want. If you are on a roll, no need to stop just because your time is up.
When you’re done, post a comment below letting us know how you did.
If you feel so inclined, include your favorite sentence from your writing sprint in your comment.
I’ll be “sprinting” during my lunch break. I hope to beat last week’s 215 words.
Happy writing to all.