This is how you do it, Baby!

Posted: May 14, 2015 in Uncategorized
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In case you haven’t heard about #ReadorWriteAnywhere, it’s a great campaign started by the YA Chicks to encourage reading and writing specifically for (but not limited to) teens over the summer. On May 22nd, many young adult and middle-grade authors will be posting pictures of themselves writing anywhere with clues for viewers to guess where that might be. And, of course, prizes to be won for correct answers. But that’s not all! Readers, writers, teachers and students are all encouraged to share pictures of themselves reading or writing anywhere on social media with the hashtag #ReadorWriteAnywhere and then enter the Rafflecopter giveaways that will be posted for chances to win books, critiques, Skype visits for their classes, etc. You can check it out here on the YA Chicks blog.

To get you ramped up and show you how it’s done, I had some great friends of mine help out and take pictures of themselves reading and writing anywhere. So get pumped, get out there and get pictures. Ready? Set? Go!!!

Comments
  1. hummingbird815 says:

    This is great! I love this. I want to add a photo!

    • You should absolutely join in on the fun! The details of the giveaways and how to get involved are here http://www.yachicks.blogspot.com/ but to sum up the picture part, you post a picture of yourself May 22nd after 9 a.m. reading or writing anywhere using the hashtag #ReadorWriteAnywhere and then visit the YA Chicks site to enter the giveaway. Or if you just want to check out authors’ photos and guess where they are, you can do that at YA Chicks as well to be entered into a different giveaway!

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