Sunday, December 19, 2010
FREE Writer's Calendar from ReadingWriters
If you're like me, you're looking for a bargain this time of year, while trying to get organized for next year.
Here's a way I've found to do both.
Elizabeth Guy over at ReadingWriters, "The Ultimate Reading Service for Writers by Writers," is giving away a free download of a 2011 writer's calendar.
At the beginning of this year, I took advantage of the 2010 free calendar. The calendar helped me track my writing goals, deadlines, submissions, and payments due. Another cool feature is the inspirational writing quotes each month.
Did I mention it's free?
Here's a link to download your free calendar from ReadingWriters.
While you're visiting the ReadingWriters site, you can take advantage of other free download offers, including "Ten Steps to a Killer Story" and "How to Use Y'all Like a Southerner."
I can't wait to read those!
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