Results from the What I Learned From the Law Group Writing Project

The What I Learned From the Law Group Writing Project ended this past week with 15 entries. I guess not many bloggers have learned anything from the law 🙂

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Results

What I Learned from…

  1. the Law, by ettarose at edgeofsanity.com
  2. the Law, by Sarah Stewart at Sarah’s Musings
  3. the law: insure to be sure, by Karin H. at Start/Stop
  4. Chaos, by Robert Hruzek at Middle Zone Musings
  5. Testifying in Court, by Brad Shorr at Word Sell, Inc.
  6. the Law, by Karen Hanrahan at Best of Mother Earth
  7. Bureaucracy, by Ellen Weber at Brain Based Business
  8. the Law, by Sam Brogher at Your Scared Seductive System
  9. Personal Injury Attorneys, by Debbie Yost at Three Weddings
  10. the Law of the Playground, by Amy Palko at Lives Less Ordinary
  11. the Law as Applied to Writing, by Jeanne Dininni at Writers Notes
  12. the Law, by Lillie Ammann at A Writer’s Words, An Editor’s Eye
  13. 10 Things I Learned from Law and Order, by Jackie Cameron at JackieCameron.com
  14. Not Writing About What I Learned From the Law, by Joanna Young at Confident Writing
  15. What the Law Taught Me About Stress Management, by Jean Browman at Transforming Stress Into Personal Power

6 thoughts on “Results from the What I Learned From the Law Group Writing Project”

  1. Jacob,

    I’m sure I will! I’ve both bookmarked your site and subscribed to your feed! This way, I’ll be doubly sure to always keep up on all the latest group writing projects!

    Thanks for a great service!
    Jeanne

  2. Actually, I wonder if folks were just too embarrassed or ashamed to mention that time when… naaah! That couldn’t be it! 😀

    Thanks for the great service you’re offering the blog community, Jacob!

  3. See, that’s just not right.

    I only said it was a great reaction, not the greatest reaction to date 😉

    I’ll try to keep up the standards high, Robert. Lots of good stuff coming…

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