SheWriMo

Welcome to SheWriMo!

On this page you will find everything about SheWriMo -- She Writes' November Writing Challenge!


There are many ways that you can get involved and share your experience with the She Writes community:

  • Blog about it! Whenever you blog about your SheWriMo experience, include the hashtag #SheWriMo. Our She Writes interns will be checking each day for stand-out blog posts to feature on the site! Click here to check the posting each day!
  • Join the discussion! There will be links to discussion forums on this page for each day of SheWriMo -- whether it's to ask a question or give some support, feel free to take advantage of them.
  • Meet up at the end of the month to celebrate what you've done! You can find information for how to organize meet ups in your city here.

 

Happy Writing!

 

What are your writing goals for today? Check in on the appropriate day's thread, then check back later to let us know how you did!

 

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