A Very Big
for making this first year at The YOWD such a great one.
(And now I've done shouting.)
But seriously, the past 12 months have been a blast. I've gotten to know so many wonderful and talented people from all over the globe. I've learned a lot about the craft AND the business of writing. So, each day for the next 7 days, I'm going to be giving you the chance to win a present.
All you need to do is be/become a follower of this blog. Then leave a comment in the comments section. It's as simple as that.
(And since all good parties are about good conversations, especially among writers, I'd love for you to also consider answering the Question of the Day.)
Today's Question: If you were marooned on a deserted tropical island, which writer would you choose as your companion? (The writer doesn't have to be famous. If your mother is a great writer, please feel free to want to be marooned with her.)
Here's the Goodreads blurb:
The symbolic home for creative people everywhere, Paris has been inspiration for countless artists and writers. In this dynamic book, well-loved author Eric Maisel gives writers the guidance they need to take a literal or figurative soul-renewing artistic sojourn in the city of light. It:Each day's contest will remain open for the entire week of 2/19 - 2/25. (To give latecomers a chance.) All the daily winners will be posted on 2/26. International entries are welcome.
*Shares with readers how and why to take a creative visit to Paris
*Provides logistics for those committed to a trip and inspiration for those who hunger for a taste of the expat life
*Features the expert advice of America's foremost creativity coach
Filled with lessons and anecdotes that convey the spirit of the glorious city, this book will inspire anyone to create.
|Raise a toast of your favorite bubbly drink|
Here's to us!