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#slice2013: 5 of 31

WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comment-goodness to three other slicers.
WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comment-goodness to three other slicers.

“Exercise the writing muscle every day, even if it is only a letter, notes, a title list, a character sketch, a journal entry. Writers are like dancers, like athletes. Without that exercise, the muscles seize up.”

—Jane Yolen

{Exercise}

The March Slice of Life Challenge

{Write. Share. Give.}

WRITE. Each day in March write a slice on your own blog.

SHARE. Link your post here before the comments close. (Comments typically close around 5 am.)

GIVE. Comment on at least three other slices.

 Please play fair. Only one link per day!

Any questions, please contact:

  • Linda Baie – lindab414[at]gmail[dot]com (If you last name begins with A – G.)
  • LeAnn Carpenter – leannecarpenter[at]sbcglobal[dot]net (If your last name begins with H – M.)
  • Bonnie Kaplan – blkdrama[at]mac[dot]com (If your last name begins with N – S.)
  • Carol Wilcox  — carwilc[at]aol[dot]com (If your last name begins with T – Z.)

 

Useful Links:

2013 Support Team

Prize Information (Wow!)

31 Slices (Ideas for topics)

Ruth Ayres View All

Unhurried. Finding the magic in the middle of living. Capturing a life of ridiculous grace + raw stories.

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  1. Wow – This slice was unexpected but cathartic today as my own daughter and I spent time in the doctor’s office for ear infections and bronchitis. It also could have gone in many directions, and I feel it contains a few slices in one. I know that is what is great about this challenge for me . . . practice, habits, and future revision!!!

    Daughter
    http://todaysnametag.blogspot.com/

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  2. Not a post, but an announcement for those of you with snow days. #IAedchat & #ILedchat joining forces to have a #midwestchat today at 2CST due to snow. If you’ve never done a twitter chat, today would be a good day to join the fun

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    • AND a typo in this one! I meant “A haiku”, although “I haiku” makes haiku a verb, which is pretty cool. I think I need more sleep!

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