March Madness is a real thing in our home. By that I mean, my husband watches a lot of college basketball.
So I was thinking, we READERS could have our own March Madness. Why not? We could select 16 favorite authors, and have them hash it out in some kind of competition/adventure.
Some categories could be:
- Who eats the most chocolate in a writing session?
- How many cups of coffee does it take…
- Instead of how many words do you write, how many words do you backspace over in a day?
- How much time is spent staring at the ceiling looking for the perfect word?
You get the general gist. I think this could be fun! I’m not a big basketball watcher myself. They go up the court. They go down the court. In the last minute of the game (which takes 10-15 minutes to play), the score is usually tied. And all those free throws. I’ve never made a free throw myself (I throw granny style), but it seems like after doing it for years and years you’d learn how to hit that basket.
I’m kidding of course. I greatly admire college athletes. As a former college professor, I’m amazed that they’re able to compete athletically and still finish their college course work.
But back to March Madness … is there anything you’re really getting into this spring? I’d love to hear about it. Leave me a comment below. And if you haven’t checked out my new suspense series, check out my booklist page for links and details.