Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Blog daily during "Words Matter Week," March 6-12, 2011

The National Association of Independent Writers and Editors (NAIWE.com) invites you to join us March 6-12, 2011 for the fourth annual Words Matter Week.

As evidence that we haven’t advanced too far down the slippery slope of slop and drivel, Words Matter Week has rolled around once more. Billed as a time to celebrate the importance of words, Words Matter Week is celebrated annually online as well as on campuses, libraries, and in communities nationwide.
“Words are the foundation of civilization,” says Janice Campbell, Director of NAIWE. “In every aspect of life, personal or professional, words form the basis of relationships with others. The written word preserves and transmits knowledge, evokes alternate worlds, and provides endless food for thought. Words Matter Week gives us the opportunity to celebrate words and focus on why they matter.”

Learn more at the Words Matter Week Website,http://WordsMatterWeek.com.
I'll be blogging each day for the challenge, and hope to see you there. 

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