Pagan Blog Project

Or: look, I can be a lemming!

Hey, I’m all about using the tools available to you, and with my mind focused on the new fiction project and the new non-fiction project, coming up with blog topics to ramble about all on my own isn’t all that easy. Yes, some days I do miss the assigned writing projects from school, okay?

What is The Pagan Blog Project? (The Short Answer)
This project is a way to spend a full year dedicating time each week very specifically to studying, reflecting, and sharing your spiritual and magickal path. The project consists of a single blog post each week posted on your blog each Friday for the year of 2012 that will involve a topic that relates to Paganism, Witchcraft, magick, spirituality, and so on. You can use your posts to share your views on a topic, to talk about your own personal experiences, or to act as a catalyst to research a subject that you may not know much about and then share what you learn and how you feel about that. Each week there is a specific prompt for you to work with in writing your post, a prompt that will focus on a letter of the alphabet each week providing you a framework for your writing as well as a common thread for all participants to share in.
To read more about the project, go here.

Really, this isn’t all that different than what I already do here. Only, it’s more structured, with deadlines, and prompts. I like prompts.

Tonight: I fiddle with Kindle edition of my newest book. Tomorrow, I start navel-gazing out loud. I may try to “catch up” on the weeks I’ve already missed, but likely I won’t. Friday, there will be a post.

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