Monday, October 31, 2011

David Crowder and Making It Happen--Part 1

Lindi here.

First a big HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Don't scare too many people today!!

Looking at the title of this post are you thinking how many parts is this Crowder thing going to be?
Only 2.
Today and next Monday.
You see, next Saturday night DC will be at The Tabernacle in the ATL--and I will be there.




This picture--me, David Crowder and Mike Hogan was taken at a book signing. Yes, among everything else DC does, he's also an author.




Their book is titled Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven But Nobody Wants To Die.
Of course, I had to get the autograph!







Part 1 of this post is simply me telling you about this upcoming event. Not only is there a concert, but there is a Meet-N-Greet before the concert. And yes, I'll admit, I paid $ to attend. (not a lot of dollars, but dollars nonetheless!) I'll also admit I really don't know what the $ are going to get me. Face time with DC? A chat where I'll be a face in the crowd? That's where part 2 comes in handy.

Next week will be the tell-all regarding the pre-show M-N-G.

There's also another reason for this post--remember the title? The 'And Making It Happen' part? Well, that involves me working on my current ms.





Our ever encouraging Christy is still hosting her Writing Challenge. So this week I'm going to try and hit 35K on my manuscript--which will make me half-way to the finish. To get to said 35K I need to write approximately 920 words a day. What do you think? Can I do it?
Hop on over to Christy's challenge and take part in the encouragement!!


So you see, next week will be a total tell-all post. David Crowder and writing news. Does it get much better?

What are you looking forward to this week? If you want to, go on over to Christy's blog and join the challenge. Keep her/us accountable!


Lindi P.-Happy Endings Are Just The Beginning

9 comments:

  1. Lindi, I feel honored to be a part of your David Crowder post! Humbled too. DC is big, if you guys don't already know!!

    We LOVE David Crowder! Woohoo!

    Now, Lindi, here's your challenge: March on up to him, and get his email address so part 2 can be an interview on the FAITH Blog.

    Wouldn't that be fabulous!!!

    Have fun at the concert!

    AND speaking of Writing - I've signed up for NANOWRIMO! Who's with me!? We're going to finish our manuscripts! Woo-Hoo!

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  2. Christy--what a great idea--an email and interview! I love this!
    I'll let you know how that works out. :)

    And great on NANOWRIMO! I have signed up before--thinking about it.

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  3. Fun post Lindi! Good luck reaching your word count! You can do it!!!

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  4. Good luck on the challenge!! I hope all of you are hugely successful!

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  5. "Go, Lindi, Go" is all I have to say to you! You can make your word count!! And, enjoy your night out with DC. (I'm sure I don't need to tell you that, but thought I'd let you know you have my full support anyway.)

    Christy's challenges are always a lot of fun. Although I didn't make it over to post my progress this weekend, I usually can be found hanging around there somewhere. :)

    Christy, you can do the Nano thing. The story's all laid out and waiting on your creativity. Get Ready. Get Set. Goooooo!!!

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  6. Eva,

    I thought about you writing you 1k a day. Thanks for the encouragement!!

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  7. Thanks, Missy!!

    Dianna--Yes, I will have an amazingly fun time at the DC concert!
    I know you are working hard--even if you don't post your progress. See you at 'Christys'!

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  8. Oh so fun! I wish I could go to the concert with you, but you'll have to experience it for me.

    Doing nanowrimo this month. With a book due in April, I think this is the perfect, perfect way to start. Popping over to Christy's now.
    Angie

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  9. That's great Lindi!

    Good luck with NaNoWriMo Angie and Christy!

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