Results from the 4×4 Sources of Writing Inspiration Group Writing Project

Joanna Young’s 4×4 Sources of Writing Inspiration Group Writing Project ended a few days ago after accumulating 18 entries.

4x4 Sources of Writing Inspiration Group Writing Project

Here’s the quote I liked from Joanna’s roundup post:

“I was delighted to meet so many new readers and writers through this project, reaffirming my belief that Group Writing Projects are a great way to make new connections and weave our words together.”

Results

  1. Damien Riley at Postcards From the Funny Farm: 4 x 4 Ways To Foster Inspiration For Your Writing
  2. Robert at Reason4Smile: 4×4 lists of my writing inspiration
  3. Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings: Sources Of Inspiration 4 x 4 Writing Project
  4. Joanna Young: My 4×4 Sources of Writing Inspiration
  5. Dale over at Paragraph City: 4 x 4 Chasing Dust Bunnies
  6. Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary: Imaginary Places
  7. Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary: Virtual Places
  8. Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary: Unpopulated Places
  9. Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary: Populated Places
  10. Marcia at Tumbled Words: 4 x 4 Writing Challenge – Inspiration and Writing
  11. Holly at Re:Thinking, Teaching, Writing: 4 x 4 Writing Inspirations
  12. GL at What Would Dad Say: 4 x 4
  13. Good word editing: 4 x 4 – Farmers, Ferries, Fools, and Faithless Chihuahua Dogs
  14. Shari at Blog About It with 4 x 4 sources of writing inspiration
  15. Shelly at This Eclectic Life: Sources of Inspiration in Four Part Harmony
  16. Glenn at My Little Piece Of The Internet: 4×4 Group Writing Project
  17. Bob Loch at Backyard Conversations: My 4×4 Assignment
  18. Catherine at Sharp Words: 4×4 inspirations for writing

Prize

Catherine at Sharp Words

Congratulations, Catherine!

2 thoughts on “Results from the 4×4 Sources of Writing Inspiration Group Writing Project”

  1. Jacob, I’m glad you pulled out that quote because it captures my experience – lots of new friends, readers, blogs to visit – people I would never have come into contact with if I hadn’t run this project.

    They are quite a lot of work but it is definitely enriching my blogging experience.

    Thanks for your own efforts to support the world of group writing projects.

    Joanna

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