The Breathe Blog Tour: Week 1 “The Most Important thing I’ve Learned about Writing at Breathe”

on Sep 17, 2012 in Blog | 3 comments

The Breathe Blog Tour begins officially today! Here’s the writing prompt for this week. Please answer this question in a blog post:

What’s the most important thing you’ve learned about writing at Breathe?

Be sure to link your blog back to this post and leave a link to your post in the comments section below. If you’re not sure how to get started, check out the first few stops on the tour listed below.

Also, remember that everyone who participates in the tour will be automatically entered into a weekly drawing for free books. We’ll announce the winners here and on our Facebook page at the end of every week.

“But what if I’ve never attended Breathe before? Can I still participate in the blog tour?” 

Absolutely! If you’ve never attended Breathe before then use this prompt to write your blog post this week:

What I hope to learn at the Breathe Conference

Okay, enough chatter. On to the blog tour…

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The Breathe Blog Tour: Week 1 of 4

Amelia Rhodes – Do you think God has any use for Google? Read Amelia’s story. You might be surprised.

Andrew Rogers (me) – Breathe taught me a critical truth about the writing life. Something I didn’t expect.

Susie Finkbeiner – Do you expect successful authors to treat new writers poorly? Like they are a waste of time? I think if we’re honest, most of us do. Fortunately, Susie had a completely different experience when she met Latayne C. Scott at the Breathe Conference. Here’s a story about how Breathe fosters friendships among new and experienced writers.

Josh Mosey – Josh blogs about how he learned a new four letter word at Breathe, “just.” Read his post to understand why “just” is a bad word for writers.

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We can’t wait to read your post and add it to the list above. See you at Breathe!

-Andrew

    3 Comments

  1. It will be great to see you there, Jessie!

    arogers

    September 19, 2012

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