GYWO

  • Jan. 13th, 2017 at 9:58 AM
theemdash: (Writing)
Since I'm actually using DW now, and since I've picked up and reconnected with many people, and since we're coming up on the sign-up deadline (and since I'd love to have more SG-writers in my writing comm), I figured I'd give one final mention of [community profile] getyourwordsout.

GYWO is a community dedicated to encouraging you to write. It's open for pro writers, fan writers, hobbyists, novelists, poets—basically anyone who wants to write. In addition to the main word count challenge, there is additional support though monthly challenges, prompts, word wars, pep talks, craft discussions, and more.

This will be my NINTH YEAR running GYWO, and aside from SG-1 fandom, it's my favorite thing based on LJ/DW. While there is an emphasis on word count, I'm more interested in writers making the effort, and well, since I run it, it all trickles down as support.

Sign-ups are open through January 15. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.


[img: notebook paper with "GYWO 2017" printed in large black letters with a blue
shadow. under that, "writing decathlon" in handwritten black letters with an
orange shadow. printed at the bottom in black is "sign up dec. 14 - jan. 15"]
GetYourWordsOut: Year Nine!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is also on Livejournal, Twitter, and Tumblr.

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The Problem with Nightwalkers

  • Jan. 12th, 2017 at 8:17 PM
theemdash: (SG-1 Jonas)
"Nightwalkers" is basically an X-Files episode, which is why it's a terrible SG-1 episode. I mean, there's even that moment when Jonas and Teal'c walk into the bar and everyone turns around. That is so X-Files. (Is it "Bad Blood" that has a moment like that? It doesn't matter, 75% of X-Files episodes take place in small towns, so it could have been any of them.)

But Jonas also eats a ridiculous amount of food in this episode, and that's a thing I'm behind. Lollipop, toast, french fries in a milkshake, hamburger (with a knife and fork!—Jonas, you'll never pass as American), and a ginger ale. Yes, this episode has A+ food game.

Another positive to "Nightwalkers"? "Abyss" follows it.

Random Fact About Em: I've never written a fic set during Season 6, though I've written a fic that heavily references "Abyss." I am ready to admit by biases. I am also ready to try to write a fic set in Season 6 or that at least is based around Jonas.
theemdash: (Daniel Intention)
On the off-chance someone new to SG-1 wants to read this post, this contains pretty heavy spoilers for the end of Season 5 and beginning of Season 6.


I watched "Meridian," "Revelations," and the beginning of Season 6 earlier this week and I have to say, this is how you handle character death )

Newly Archived Fic Post #4

  • Jan. 7th, 2017 at 1:27 PM
theemdash: (SG-1 Jack/Daniel Touchies)
Here's a few more newly archived fics. As before ALL fics have been polished. (This batch didn't make me cringe, so I haven't completely re-written huge swaths of them.)
★'d fics are personal favorites.

Stargate: SG-1
This Empty Apartment, NC-17, Daniel/Vala, Season 9, "Beachhead" tag, angst, grief, sex (4,900 words)
this is angstier and sexier than I remembered

There’s No Such Thing as a Brontosaurus, PG-13, Jack/Daniel, season 7, adventure, cluelessness, Smart!Jack, Grumpy!Daniel, humor (9,400 words)
I mostly remember the dinosaurs, but there’s A+ character work here—written for J/D Ficathon 2009

There’s No Place Like Home, PG-13, Jack/Daniel, Sam, Teal’c, 5 Things, AU, humor, meta, crack (430 words)
these are brief, but pretty funny, and one inspired a fusion!


SG-1/Firefly Fusion
Just a Whore, NC-17, Jack/Daniel, smut, bittersweet ending (730 words)
I still really like this fusion universe

Good Tea, NC-17, Jack/Daniel, smut, frottage, tea (720 words)
whenever I think of this series, I think of this fic


Saiyuki
Something Like Sharing, NC-17, Hakkai/Sanzo, sharing a bed, seduction, frottage (2,800 words)
I’m mildly impressed by how much character history I shoved into a sex scene

Now's A Good Time to DW

  • Dec. 30th, 2016 at 8:47 PM
theemdash: (M Headdesk)
Well, it's good that I was already planning to be more active on DW. Timing, huh? In that regard, I have some questions about importing:

Does anyone know if there is a way to import your LJ to a DW account that you've already imported to and have been using? Personally I imported back in April 2009 and then kind of didn't use my DW, so I have 8 years of LJ posts not archived here. I can do the slow-monkey route (and I will), but if there's an easy way to do it, I'd love to.

Similarly, I have [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout that has never been imported, but is currently a thriving DW community. Would importing override the previous posts (many of which were cross-posted anyway, so we'd have two of them)?

Basically, I'm trying to get my ducks in a row on archiving. Thanks!

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Newly Archived Fic Post #3

  • Dec. 23rd, 2016 at 3:28 PM
theemdash: (SG-1 Jack & Daniel The Light)
Here's a few more newly archived fics. As before ALL fics have been polished up.
★'d fics are personal favorites.

Stargate: SG-1
Trust Me, R+, Daniel/Vala (sort of), Season 9, "Crusade" missing scene, humor, masturbation (600 words)
bodyswaps are inappropriately hilarious (though they bring to light issues of consent)

Five Ways Cameron Found Out About Jack and Daniel: Sleeptalker; Phone a Friend; Didn't Aliens Make Them Do It?; Not My Business, Sir; Pillow Talk, NC-17, Jack/Daniel, Daniel/Cameron, season 9/10, humor (1,000 words)
Cameron Mitchell is my favorite punch line

Five Ways Daniel Tells Sam That He's Been Sleeping With Jack, PG-13+, Jack/Daniel, Daniel/Sam, season 3–9, humor, bittersweet, lots of honesty (720 words)
these are brief, but I really enjoy some of them

Sixteen Hundred Miles, PG-13, Jack/Daniel, season 9, angst, prior infidelity (2,200 words)
y’know, I wouldn’t write infidelity fics now, but I really like the language in this one


Crossover
Firewhiskey to Forget, NC-17, Jack/Sirius, Jack/Daniel, Remus/Sirius, PWP, infidelity, guilt (920 words)
for the record: I am still perplexed by this crossover


Harry Potter
Soft Private Places, NC-17, Remus/Sirius, post-OotP AU, angst, prior infidelity, angsty sex (2,800 words)
oh, this fic hurts


Angel
A Normal Life, PG, Wesley & Angel friendship, season 3, bittersweet (350 words)

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Newly Archived Fic: The Christmas Edition

  • Dec. 22nd, 2016 at 2:24 PM
theemdash: (Holiday)
Since I actually have a handful of Christmas fics, I figured I’d get all of them up before the holiday.

As before ALL fics have been polished, though I actually made quite a few revisions to these—it’s hard for me to repost fanfic that’s ten years old without improving the flow. Hee.

Stargate: SG-1
A Family Christmas, PG, Team, season 7, Christmas! (1,800 words)
um, I revised this so much it's nearly a new fic—same concept, but, yeah, I rewrote about a third of it

The Christmas Thaw, PG, Jack/Daniel, season 5, off-world Christmas, cranky!Daniel (700 words)
this is so fluffy


Harry Potter
I Believe in Santa Claus, PG, Marauders, sixth year, Christmas prank, pre-Remus/Sirius if you’re in my head (4,600 words)
this is cuter than I remembered it, but somehow—SOMEHOW—I missed a pun. don't worry, I fixed it in this version.

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Your Writing in 2017

  • Dec. 15th, 2016 at 10:43 AM
theemdash: (M Books)
It's time for my annual plug for one of my all-time favorite communities, [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout.


[img: notebook paper with "GYWO 2017" printed in large black letters with a blue
shadow. under that, "writing decathlon" in handwritten black letters with an
orange shadow. printed at the bottom in black is "sign up dec. 14 - jan. 15"]
GetYourWordsOut: Year Nine!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is a community dedicated to helping you build a writing life. The idea was based around encouraging writers to write every month instead of just in a push for NaNo, a Big Bang, or some other event/story call. GYWO has grown to include more support for writers though challenges, prompts, and word wars, and through being a forum where writers can discuss problems and roadblocks or celebrate a success.

If you want to strengthen your dedication to writing, you should sign up. Whether or not you meet the writing goal is irrelevant as long as you are writing. I missed my goal 4 years running, but I was writing! Even during life trauma and depression, GYWO kept me writing something and it's made it easier to get back on track.

GYWO has a presence on Livejournal, Dreamwidth, Twitter, and Tumblr, so we're pretty much everywhere you want to be on the internet.

Sign-ups are open now through January 15. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

Please let your writer friends know about the community!

Ha, Ha, Finally Archived!

  • Dec. 13th, 2016 at 1:41 PM
theemdash: (SG-1 Jack/Daniel)
I have finally—finally—started archiving my fics on AO3! :D

I had 2 up from previous ficathons, but now I've got 7 stories loaded and I'm so proud of myself. After a lot of indecision, I finally decided that I'm going to:
  • take my time and upload 1–3 stories a day*
  • try to upload stories from different fandoms each day**
  • immediately backdate stories I don't like so much
  • eventually backdate all stories, but I'd like for the good stuff to get renewed love
  • skip fandoms I wrote only for friends

  • *on days I upload any
    **at some point I will run out of other fandoms because OMG I HAVE WRITTEN SO MUCH SG-1 FIC

I'm still deciding what to do with drabbles (grouping vs not)—but for now I can start uploading all the longer fic or the fic that is So Good It Must Stand Alone.

Also, because I just CANNOT stop myself, I'm doing a read on each story before posting and cleaning up some language and punctuation. It's not much, just enough to give my older stories a clean polish. (OMG there are so many semi-colons.)

Since I'm technically new to AO3, I have some QUESTIONS.
- If there's no collection for a ficathon (specifically J/D Ficathon XI), is it kosher to list that in collections?
- How do you let someone know something is in a season if it's not tied to a specific episode? (Basically: is there a tag for that? If not, should I list the season in the summary?)
- If you click a link below and look at the header info, is there anything I'm not doing right/should tweak?


Anyway, if you haven't read my stories in a long time, go give them some love on AO3. (Yes, I'm going to post a link round-up every few days. It is my Winter Holiday gift to you.)
★'d fics are personal favorites.

Stargate: SG-1
In the Stars, PG-13, Daniel/Sha're, pre-series, angst (1,400 words)
this is one of my all-time favorite fics

Signs of Weakness, PG, Jack/Daniel, season 2, "Prisoners" episode tag, glasses!kink (800 words)
um, I had forgotten how good this is???

Hands Down Or, PG-13, Jack/Daniel, season 7, body-sharing Jack's body (3,400 words)

Harry Potter
These Chucks Don't Burn Like They Used To, PG-13, Teddy/James Sirius, rock band au (17,600 words)
this is one of my all-time favorite fics

Angel
Baby Got Back, PG, Fred & Gunn friendship, early season 3, humor (300 words)

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The Breaking of SG-1 (Season 4)

  • Dec. 11th, 2016 at 11:32 AM
theemdash: SG-1 classic team (SG-1 Team)
Currently watching SG-1 and alternating all-caps text about Daniel Jackson to [personal profile] sopdetly, [personal profile] imthelobster, and [livejournal.com profile] getaway_machine. A quarter of the texts are about how snarky or pretty he is, half of the texts are about him being pure and loyal and persistent, and the last quarter usually relate to Jack in some way (because I am predictable). I'm not quite sure what year it is, but I'm enjoying the hell out of my rewatch and rekindling my obsession.


I have a lot of love for Season 4 even though Jack and Daniel are (arguably) the most at odds during this season. In fact, the season literally starts with Daniel separated from the rest of the team ("Small Victories") and there are a good many episodes in which Daniel is pulled away from the team and operating largely outside of the team dynamic ("The First Ones," "Scorched Earth," "Beneath the Surface," "Prodigy"...). And even if Daniel is with the team, there are a bunch of episodes in which he's separated from Jack ("Watergate," "Tangent," "The Curse," "Chain Reaction"...). It puts a lot of stress on the "solid foundation" of friendship the viewers have seen in the first three seasons and is probably why all the slashers freak out when Jack pushes Daniel's glasses up in "The Serpent's Venom." (Oh yes, years removed from SG-1 fandom, but you'd better believe I still remember that moment.)

I always thought "2010" was odd because of how detached the team seems in the future—and not just Jack, because Daniel seems oddly "shut off" as well. But seeing how "2010" is a conjectured future from the status quo of Season 4, yeah, that makes sense because the team is an utter mess during Season 4. Daniel gets loaned out to other SG teams more and more often—that's what he's doing in "The First Ones," and then he doesn't even appear in "Prodigy" because he's off with SG-11, which is basically his other team (and now I want to write fic about that, someone remind me of that later)—and that's the crack that allows—or pushes—Daniel to accept Ascension at the end of Season 5. It's odd that one of my favorite seasons is the season that pushes my favorite character to the side of the team dynamic. (My other favorite season—and I can't really choose a favorite between the two—is Season 7, which is the exact opposite of Season 4, melding the team into a unit as solid and co-dependent as it was in the two seasons.) Admittedly, I like tension and angst, so maybe that's part of what I enjoy about Season 4, but I do think its odd because as the season goes on it feels more and more like Daniel is estranged from SG-1. He fits in occasionally, but there are many times when his odd-shaped piece doesn't fit snuggly with the rest of the puzzle.

So, uh, yeah. I've been having some thoughts about SG-1 and story structure. Apparently. >.> What year is it?

A Brief Two for My SG-1 Flisters

  • Dec. 9th, 2016 at 5:47 PM
theemdash: SG-1 classic team (SG-1 Team)
Do I spoiler cut for a show that's been off the air for almost 10 years? (Also, please scream with me over that thought.)

(1) For some reason I always remember that I greatly dislike "Divide and Conquer" and assume it's entirely because of what feels (to me) like some very forced Jack/Sam-iness. And I completely forget that it is also the episode in which spoiler ) You'd think I'd remember an event like that, and yet it surprises me every time I watch it. Weird, right?

(2) I turned my DVD back on to sit down to watch another episode and realized "Window of Opportunity" is up. I of course reacted by saying, "Woo, it's WoO!" I'd blame it on the cold medicine, only that silliness is for sure just me.

Well That Was a Feel Down Memory Lane

  • Dec. 7th, 2016 at 9:01 AM
theemdash: (SG-1 Jack & Daniel The Light)
I've been rewatching SG-1 and just hit Season 4. During Season 3, especially after "Forever in a Day," I was doing a little lip-biting over some of the Jack and Daniel interactions, especially the "solid foundation" in "Shades of Grey" and Jack's reminder of Daniel's shoes in "Maternal Instinct."

But then I hit "Small Victories."

And Daniel rushing to the 'gate room when the rest of SG-1 gates in.

And then Daniel having to make the call to detonate the sub with Jack and Teal'c still on it.

And Jack and Daniel communicating with just their names.

And then Daniel realizing Jack and Teal'c were okay and becoming wordless in his joy.

...

Where is my fic folder of unfinished ideas???

PS Does anyone have any fic recs set around early season 4? I can't remember anything set around "Small Victories." (Also, sadly many of my bookmarks are dead and I haven't been diligent about finding if the fics have been reposted elsewhere.)

PPS Maybe this will encourage me to actually archive everything on AO3 like I keep saying I will.
theemdash: SG-1 classic team (SG-1 Team)
I meant to start an SG-1 rewatch at the beginning of August so I could get through a couple seasons before DragonCon, but I was too busy drafting and by the time I was hitting bed each night I was too tired to even consider putting in a DVD to fall asleep to.

Today, though, I got home from a writing date and was desperate for some downtime, so I put in my (new) Director's Cut of "Children of the Gods."* By the time Jack's profile hit the screen I was falling in love with this show all over again. One of the things that is most enjoyable is how utterly unprepared the SGC is for dealing with opening their Stargate to the entire universe. The first season is filled with fuck up after fuck up and I adore that the show highlights the complete ineptitude of people who think they can deal with things that are wholly outside of their experience. Of course as the show continues, everyone gains competency, but the first season underscores the reality of what would happen if the American military got their hands on something like the Stargate. As ridiculous and frustrating as this show can be (I'm looking at you, "Citizen Joe"), I think there are good lessons to be learned for military sci-fi.

*I didn't realize/remember the Director's Cut nixed the nudity! Also, I think they added some ~looks between Sam and Jack during the initial briefing. I kind of want to compare now.

Your Writing in 2016

  • Dec. 17th, 2015 at 10:20 AM
theemdash: (Buffy/Angel Buffy)
It's time for my annual public post in which I plug one of my favorite communities, [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout. (And by "time," I mean that literally since I posted a similar post on Dec 18 last year.)


GetYourWordsOut: Year Eight!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is a community dedicated to helping you build a writing life. The idea was based around encouraging writers to write every month instead of just in a push for NaNo, a Big Bang, or some other event/story call. GYWO has grown to include more support for writers though the challenges, prompts, and word wars, and through being a forum where writers can discuss problems and roadblocks or even celebrate a success.

If you want to strengthen your dedication to writing, you should sign up. Whether or not you meet the writing goal is irrelevant as long as you are writing. I haven't met my goal in the past 4 years, but I'm writing! Even during life trauma and depression, GYWO kept me writing something and it's made it easier to get back on track.

GYWO has a presence on Livejournal, Dreamwidth, Twitter, and Tumblr, so we're pretty much everywhere you want to be on the internet.

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

Please let your writer friends know about the community!

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Your Writing in 2016

  • Dec. 17th, 2015 at 10:19 AM
theemdash: (SBP Sirius)
It's time for my annual public post in which I plug one of my favorite communities, [community profile] getyourwordsout. (And by "time," I mean that literally since I posted a similar post on Dec 18 last year.)


GetYourWordsOut: Year Eight!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is a community dedicated to helping you build a writing life. The idea was based around encouraging writers to write every month instead of just in a push for NaNo, a Big Bang, or some other event/story call. GYWO has grown to include more support for writers though the challenges, prompts, and word wars, and through being a forum where writers can discuss problems and roadblocks or even celebrate a success.

If you want to strengthen your dedication to writing, you should sign up. Whether or not you meet the writing goal is irrelevant as long as you are writing. I haven't met my goal in the past 4 years, but I'm writing! Even during life trauma and depression, GYWO kept me writing something and it's made it easier to get back on track.

GYWO has a presence on Livejournal, Dreamwidth, Twitter, and Tumblr, so we're pretty much everywhere you want to be on the internet.

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

Please let your writer friends know about the community!

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Your Writing in 2015

  • Dec. 18th, 2014 at 4:20 PM
theemdash: (Daniel Home)
It's time for my annual public post in which I plug one of my favorite communities, [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout. I'm not just a moderator, I'm also a client!


GetYourWordsOut: Year Seven!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is a community dedicated to helping you build a writing life. Its mere presence on your flist can be a reminder to write, though the challenges, prompts, and word wars can certainly offer further incentive. GYWO is also a place where you can go to discuss problems and roadblocks you're having with your writing or to celebrate a success!

If you want to strengthen your dedication to writing, you should sign up. Whether or not you meet the writing goal is irrelevant as long as you are writing.

GYWO has a presence on Livejournal, Dreamwidth, Twitter, and Tumblr, so we're pretty much everywhere you want to be on the internet.

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

Please let your writer friends know about the community!

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Your Writing in 2015

  • Dec. 18th, 2014 at 4:15 PM
theemdash: (Daniel Bandana)
It's time for my annual public post in which I plug one of my favorite communities, [community profile] getyourwordsout. I'm not just a moderator, I'm also a client!


GetYourWordsOut: Year Seven!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


GYWO is a community dedicated to helping you build a writing life. Its mere presence on your flist can be a reminder to write, though the challenges, prompts, and word wars can certainly offer further incentive. GYWO is also a place where you can go to discuss problems and roadblocks you're having with your writing or to celebrate a success!

If you want to strengthen your dedication to writing, you should sign up. Whether or not you meet the writing goal is irrelevant as long as you are writing.

GYWO has a presence on Livejournal, Dreamwidth, Twitter, and Tumblr, so we're pretty much everywhere you want to be on the internet.

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

Please let your writer friends know about the community!

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How to Write in 2014

  • Dec. 19th, 2013 at 9:04 AM
theemdash: (M Hugs)
I have done the crazy thing again and am ONCE MORE modding the massive and addictive [community profile] getyourwordsout for 2014. I've done the even crazier thing and have expanded the community to allow members to sign-up and participate wholly on Dreamwidth, and we'll be posting/reblogging/retweeting prompts, challenges, and writing and publishing information on the GYWO Tumblr and GYWO Twitter.

Suffice to say, this is our biggest year ever.


GetYourWordsOut: Year Six!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


I know folks are often afraid of our pledge levels, or get discouraged early thinking about the possibility of not hitting the goal, but I would like to suggest that the only failure is never trying. GYWO is a lot more than just hitting a word count. It's about being part of a community of writers, making a commitment to writing, and aiming towards creating a writing life. If you can get in the mindset that trying is just as important as succeeding, I really think you'll get something important out of GYWO. I have a lot of writers among my friends, and I hope some of you who haven't tried GYWO before—or who have but haven't been back for awhile—will consider this, consider that this year is different from last, and that you'll sign up for 2014. (And if you already have a consistent writing life, consider signing up to help those of us who are still figuring it out! We need experienced writers, too!)

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Please look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

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How to Write in 2014

  • Dec. 15th, 2013 at 9:39 PM
theemdash: (B20 Nerdfighter)
I have done the crazy thing again and am ONCE MORE modding the massive and addictive [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout for 2014. I've done the even crazier thing and have expanded the community to allow members to sign-up and participate wholly on Dreamwidth, and we'll be posting/reblogging/retweeting prompts, challenges, and writing and publishing information on the GYWO Tumblr and GYWO Twitter.

Suffice to say, this is our biggest year ever.


GetYourWordsOut: Year Six!
Pledges & Requirements | GYWO.net


I know folks are often afraid of our pledge levels, or get discouraged early thinking about the possibility of not hitting the goal, but I would like to suggest that the only failure is never trying. GYWO is a lot more than just hitting a word count. It's about being part of a community of writers, making a commitment to writing, and aiming towards creating a writing life. If you can get in the mindset that trying is just as important as succeeding, I really think you'll get something important out of GYWO. I have a lot of writers among my friends, and I hope some of you who haven't tried GYWO before—or who have but haven't been back for awhile—will consider this, consider that this year is different from last, and that you'll sign up for 2014. (And if you already have a consistent writing life, consider signing up to help those of us who are still figuring it out! We need experienced writers, too!)

Sign-ups are open now through January 20. Please look over the membership requirements and then follow the directions to leave your pledge and request membership. If you have any general questions, you can ask them at the linked post, but I'm also happy to discuss personal concerns here.

A Wee Bit of Assistance

  • Dec. 10th, 2013 at 6:54 AM
theemdash: (M Smart)
I'm drastically changing up the check-ins at [livejournal.com profile] getyourwordsout for 2014 and would like to do some testing before January to hopefully work some of the kinks out. You don't need to be a member of the community, I just need responses! If you have a moment, please click the link below and complete the check-in (you can use whatever word count you like!). To ensure that I can work the kinks out, also reply here with a comment that includes the following information:

    I checked in!
    Device: Computer/tablet/mobile
    Browser & Version: (old/newest is okay if you don't know the version)
    Comments: Please leave any comments you have about the form; if something isn't clear or if you had a problem.


Getting a reply here with a comment will let me know if any responses get eaten, so please make sure that you fill out the Test Check-in AND leave a comment here.

2014 Test Check-in


Thank you for your help!

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