This was one of those days I just want to sit and stare at my computer all day, but don't worry, those days are happening all week so you can just sit and stare with me. Okay, I guess what I really want is to live in Seattle right now, but that's besides the point.
If, like me, you read Shelf Awareness today then you may have seen something called The Novel: Live! It is this amazing event going on this week at the Hugo House in Seattle. 36 writers are coming together to write a book...LIVE! This week you can check out the website (or if you are lucky and live in Seattle you can go to Hugo House and watch them with your very own eyes, no computer screen needed) and actually watch as each author takes their 2 hours to type out their part of the story (yes I have it open in another tab right now and I keep flipping back to watch).
Seriously, if you haven't checked it out yet then you are missing out. It was so great to see the differences in each person's the writing process. I was so fascinated with every pause. What were they thinking? Was there some deep story-line brewing there or were they just stretching their fingers? Okay, so maybe this has turned me into an author stalker--it was bound to happen--but I'm telling you, check it out and you will understand. It is just a person sitting at a computer typing...and I love it!
Check out The Novel: Live! here.
They also have sweet loot you can buy in their merch store and the best part is all proceeds are being donated to 826 Seattle, a non-profit that encourages kids to develop their writing skills.