Twitter Chat Schedule – #WritingHarvest

Twitter Chat Schedule!

Ever wanted to make more writing friends?

Writer friends have strong connections that you won’t find in some people. Have you ever been talking about your writing or book ideas to friends and family just to see their eyes glaze over. They enjoy that you are excited, but they just don’t get you like other writers. So come join us in the #WritingHarvest Twitter Chat. We are family a great group of writers who want to change the world with their words.

I created #WritingHarvest Twitter Chat last November during the harvest. It gave me the idea that as writers, we should be harvesting our words. We should be writing as much as we can.

Who: Are you a writer? Then come join us! Invite all of your writerly friends.

Where: It’s all held on Twitter at the hashtag #WritingHarvest. We meet monthly!

Not sure what a Twitter Chat is?

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#WritingHarvest Schedule

March 14th at 3:00 PM Pacific Time (OVER)

April 18th at 3:00 PM Pacific Time (OVER)

May 16th at 3:00 PM Pacific Time

• June (I will be on Vacation)

• July 25th at 3:00 PM Pacific Time

Twitter, Twitter Chat, Writing, AmWriting, #WritingHarvest, Writer, Devin Berglund

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I recently got back from a novel writing intensive with acclaimed authors Steven James and Robert Dugoni. It was amazing.

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Me, Robert Dugoni, Pam Johnson (Steven’s assistant & editor) and Steven James

The intensive was held on Whidbey Island in Washington, which was a beautiful place for a writer’s imagination to go wild. Or as Anne of Green Gables would say, “So much scope for the imagination.” I love quoting her. 

© Devin Berglund
© Devin Berglund

I learned so much!

The intensive was definitely intense… but, why would they name it an intensive if it wasn’t going to be intense? Continue reading “Experiencing A Novel Writing Intensive.”