Fear in Writing: Our Map for 'Writing Around the World Week'

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Today in Literary History...December 14, 1907: Rudyard Kipling receives the Nobel prize for literature, the first English-language writer to do so.ud

Saturday, October 9, 2010

Our Map for 'Writing Around the World Week'

Author Leighton Gage headlining 'Write Around the World Week!'  Look for the writer of Brazilian mysteries' post on this South American locale on Thursday, Oct. 21st.

That week we will also travel to New Zealand, where Debbie Cowans shows us what it's like to be a Kiwi writer.  Clarissa Draper will take us to Mexico and London, and share with us why she choose to write about a city so different from her own hometown. 

Voss, Norway
 I'm also hoping to take you to Norway, the Southwest United States, Canada and Australia during that magical week in October (might be a bit longer than a week).  Look for updates in the top right corner of this blog as more and more writers/bloggers sign on.

It's a wide, wide world and blogging makes it smaller.

In other news...Nope.  Don't really have other news.  I have the house to myself Saturday morning so I'm definitely doing some writing.  Wish me well--I get distracted easily!


  1. Sounds like it's going to be interesting traveling around the world from your blog. Looking forward to it.

    BTW, I have a handwriting meme for you at Thoughts in Progress. Have a great day writing.

    Thoughts in Progress

  2. If you're distracted easily, turn off the computer then!

  3. I heard that -- "I'll just put on the TV while I grab a bite..." turns into an hour lost. Great idea for the Around the World!

  4. I came over from my friend Mason's blog. I'm meeting new bloggers tonight! This is fun. And I see my friend Clarissa here too! I'm excited to learn more about her living in Mexico and writing about London.