You’ll find a prompt and inspiration below.
And remember, if you have Twitter, RT those #BeWoW Tweets.
The Why & What & How
And that means “Be Writing on Wednesday to Be Wonderful on Wednesday and make the world a better place to visit.” You do this by sharing your inspirational and positive posts, books, poetry, even favorite get you movin’ music videos. You use #BeWoW as a hashtag on Twitter and as tag, if you like, on your post so people can find all of the offerings in the WP Reader if they want to go that route.
Put the URL link back of my #BeWoW post (Found below and not life until posted.), which goes out at 00:01 New Your City time on Wednesday, or put a link to your post in the comments of my post so as people begin visiting us more and more, they can find your inspiring work. Link backs and links in comments should not be over done, in other words, No Spamming. I doubt this will be a problem, but we don’t want people visiting a whole string of one person’s posts that really aren’t geared for the idea of #BeWoW. Let’s keep the experience positive.
And to Make the Most of Your Post, make certain to see if you can make your article work with Colleen Chesebro’s Writer’s Quote Wednesday over on SilverThreading.com Click that link and see the general idea. Visit the Make the Most of Your Post article link above for details of what I mean by making the most.
The facebook Group
If you’re on facebook, you can join our #BeWow Network of Writers group and share your post there. For now, it can be individual posts. In the future it might end up being under a dedicated Update for the given day. I’m still looking at all
the options to make it work the best. Also, if time permits, I’ll even share those updates through my own facebook, blog page. Why if time permits? I’m working on a novel and really want to get it done. I know a lot of you feel my pain there.
Prompt and Suggested Inspiration
Now for a suggestion or prompt of what you can do for a #BeWoW post. My post is titled “A Haiku Perspective-Annette Rochelle Aben”. Okay so this one is a little different. The quote I will be using is a little bit selfish of me to do, it’s from her latest book that came out last week, A Haiku Perspective 2015. The idea for all of you would be to talk about a worth while project you know about that helps people. Perhaps one that is a little lesser known.
Share what you got. Make the most of what you got. And make new friends while making the world a better place to visit.
Ronovan is an author, and blogger who shares his life as an amnesiac and Chronic Pain sufferer through his blog RonovanWrites.WordPress.com. His love of poetry, authors and community through his online world has lead to a growing Weekly Haiku Challenge and the creation of a site dedicated to book reviews, interviews and author resources known as LitWorldInterviews.WordPress.com.
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