Ellen Million (ellenmillion) wrote,
Ellen Million
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Next Sketch Fest?

Oh! I just got asked about the next one. Now, next month is NaNoWriMo, and I know a lot of people are doing that... I, for one, will be spending that time writing like a mad, writing, fool. Who's up for a Sketch Fest? When would you want it? I don't mind running it if folks want to participate, but if we'll all be writing instead, maybe we could do two in December or something? (It would be like Christmas... oh, wait!)

Also, I will be closing the EMGlivejournal - it was lovely, but I forgot that it wasn't *paid*, and it looks wretched with those ads if you aren't logged in to a paid account. Who needs that? If you want EMG news, follow me here! Or at Facebook. Or at Twitter. Or at the EMG site. Or by email list...

Anyway, let me know your thoughts on the next Sketch Fest, any of these places.
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