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#WritingChat

I've started a new thread as I didn't fancy scrolling through the spam to find the old one ... not sure it's worth it though, as this one will soon be pushed down a few pages.

On #WritingChat tonight we're reviewing our last 12 months of writing. To join in and tell us what you've been up to, tweet 8-9 UK time, using the hashtag.

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  • We know it's Christmas Day, but we'll be around in case anyone wants to chat.

    That's the usual time 8 pm on Twitter...
  • Although we had an informal chat last Wednesday, New Year's Day, tonight it's our regular #writingchat slot over on Twitter from 8 to 9 pm.

    The topic this week is our 2020 writing plans?

    We do a quarterly review across the year too, so there will always be congratulations, commiserations and encouragement. Then in December we ask how everyone did with their original writing plans. 

    All welcome...


  • Tonight's topic is 'What has the last decade taught you?'
  • Tonight's topic is 'making your website work for you'. Do join in if you have a great website, one you'd like to improve, are thinking of creating one, or would like to share a link to a really useful writing website.
  • Tonight on #writingchat we're discussing progress not perfection.

    Join us from 8 pm and don't forget to use and look for the #writingchat hashtag...
  • Tonight it's 'What makes a good short story?'
  • Tonight at 8 pm on #writingchat it's writing challenges.


  • Tonight from 8 to 9 pm on Twitter, our #writingchat topic is spotlight on finishing a project.

    All welcome. Look for and use the # in your tweets so we see them.
  • Tonight's #writingchat asks is blogging still worthwhile?

    Join us on Twitter from 8 pm, and don't forget to look for and use the # so we see your comments.
  • Tonight we'e talking about connecting with your readers.
  • Tonight's #WritingChat topic is connecting with other writers – especially ways we can do this without meeting in person. To take part just tweet 8-9 uk time, using the hashtag. Everyone welcome.
  • Tonight on #WritingChat we're reviewing our last three month's writing and planning the next three. To join in just tweet 8-9 using the hashtag. All writers welcome.
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