March/April Group Writing Project

This writing project has ended. Please view the full list of wonderful entries at the March/April GWP Finale, and subscribe to MamaBlogga to find out about the next group writing project!

I know you’re all excited for spring. I would be too, if it hadn’t snowed on my springtime parade yesterday….

Anyway, in honor of this time of year, the theme for the March/April Group Writing Project is “Savoring the season.” As always, feel free to go in any direction that appeals to you. Even if you don’t choose to participate, you can encourage others to participate!

  • Your post can take any form as long as it reflects this theme—this includes anything from serious to sarcastic, about your children, your future children, your pet, etc.
  • You can participate with a blog post, a podcast, a video, a page on your website, etc., etc. If you don’t have a website, contact me and I’ll be happy to publish your entry here on MamaBlogga.
  • Only NEW posts (i.e., posts have not been published prior to 30 March 2008) are eligible. Posts must be submitted through the submission form before Sunday, 6 April 2008.

Why participate?
There are lots of reasons to participate! All entries that meet the guidelines will be listed and linked to here on MamaBlogga. This an opportunity for you to discover new blogs (and for others to discover yours!). In July, I came up with five ways to get the most out of the GWP.

And, of course, there is one more incentive: one lucky post author, drawn at random, will receive a $30 gift certificate to Amazon.com (to be announced Monday, 7 April 2008).

Finally, we’d appreciate it if you linked to this post or to the guidelines/submission form on your entry post so that others can learn about the project and participate.

Now get writing!

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17 thoughts on “March/April Group Writing Project

  1. Hi Jordan,
    This theme worked really well into a post I had knocking around in my mind. I used the Canadian spelling of “savour/savor”, though. I tried to tell my fingers to follow your lead but they started waving their little Canadian flags around and singing the national anthem… It’s funny how similar we are with the occasional quirky difference.

  2. It’s been a while since I did a group writing project here, but my submission’s now in. Like Mom On The Go, we too spell savour with a ‘u’.

  3. I’m trying to think of something for this but I got nothing. I’ll keep trying though. But I don’t think I’ll make it before the deadline.

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