Thursday, May 16, 2013

The WIP IT Good Blogfest

The WIP IT GooD Blogfest

On Friday, May 31st, you can take your chance to tell the blogosphere about your most recent [W]ork [I]n [P]rogress. You’ll be guided by the provided prompts to answer in your own post, and even give you the opportunity to solicit CP’s (partners who exchange material for detail critique – usually chapter by chapter) or Beta Readers (test readers who read entire manuscripts and offer broad opinions) if you’re looking for that.
Here are the prompts you'll have to follow:

WIP Title:
Word Count (projected/actual so far):
How long have you been working on it?:
Elevator Pitch (if you came across an agent in an elevator ride, what couple of lines would you use to summarize your book):
Brief Synopsis (250 words or less):
Are you looking for a Critique Partner?:
Are you looking for a Beta Reader?:

I really love this blogfest idea because it helps and guides you to tell others about what you're working at and it helps you get help in finishing/editing/revising/ your work. :) Go visit DL Hammons at Criusing Altitude and Elise Fallson to sign up for this fun and very, very useful blogfest.

Carpe Diem
May 16th - Justice

no right or wrong now
on paths of Life, awaiting
the Divine Justice

merciful cherry
knows no distinction between
the damned and the blessed

in perfect balance
serving the Creation's heart
Free Will and justice

May 16th - pet

caressing my cheeks
sweeping my old verandah
 May morning mild breeze 


  1. Excellent triplet of haiku Adriana, all with a different angle on justice. Thank you for sharing.

  2. If only I had a current project! My answers would all be blank right now.

    1. I can give you one of mine :)) I can never decide which is the one i should be working on ;)

  3. No current project at my see, great haiku once more by thee.

  4. Great haikus! I'm so totally in on this blogfest! Just the kick in the pants that I need!
    Tina @ Life is Good
    Co-host, April 2013 A-Z Challenge Blog
    @TinaLifeisGood, #atozchallenge

  5. I love reading your haikus. And that sounds like a fun blogfest.

  6. That does sound like a useful blogfest.