Once again it's time to begin planning PBW's Fourth Annual Left Behind & Loving It, a series of virtual workshops I'll be holding here at the blog this summer from July 13th through the 20th.
For those of you who have no idea what I'm talking about, this summer event is something I started doing back in 2006 for writers like me who don't attend RWA National. We spend a week together online talking shop, sharing ideas, discussing writing and publishing and doing all the stuff you do at a writer's conference except wait in long lines for bathrooms, elevators, coffee and official pins and ribbons. We don't infect each other with anything but ideas, nor are we forced to eat bad mystery chicken, wear panty hose and heels, or arm wrestle some large chick in stretch pants over gratis Linda Howard hardcovers. It's pretty much pure bliss.
Last year I offered an open invitation to any blogging writer to join in and hold their own virtual workshops on their blogs or web sites, and I'm repeating that again this year. If you're willing to teach a writing or writing-related workshop(s) of any variety online at any time during that week, I'll be happy to link to it every day I hold mine. I'll give out more details on this later down the road, probably in mid-June.
Now it's your turn -- what sort of workshops would you like to see for LB&LI this time around? Let us know in comments.