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Running and writing - would you be like to get involved with a creative project?

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Oct 2016
9:09am, 7 Oct 2016
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The Scribbler
I'm thinking about setting up some kind of creative writing running project. Details TBC. But let me know if you're interested.

See my latest blog:

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/blog-view.php?uid=32071&y=2016&m=10#358141
Oct 2016
9:14am, 7 Oct 2016
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Diogenes
Your li k doesn't work, Scribbler, it just takes everyone to their own blog.
Oct 2016
9:26am, 7 Oct 2016
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ChrisThePuma
Try this:

http://www.fetcheveryone.com/blog-view.php?id=32071
Oct 2016
9:31am, 7 Oct 2016
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The Scribbler
Thanks Dio and Chris. I'm hoping Chris' link works - as obviously when I try it it takes me to my blog!
Oct 2016
9:32am, 7 Oct 2016
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GordonG
I really like this idea. the two links I clicked in your 26 project were both poems - for this project are you thinking poetry or free text?
Oct 2016
9:37am, 7 Oct 2016
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The Scribbler
I'm thinking of using a word limit and then leaving it up to people to decide. The 62 word limit is one I've seen used a lot by the writing group I'm part of, and it works really well. 100 words also can be quite powerful.
Oct 2016
5:21pm, 7 Oct 2016
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McGoohan
I like it. Just say where when what why and who and I'm ready to go.
Oct 2016
3:05pm, 12 Oct 2016
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westmoors
Maybe.

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