Well, let’s begin by saying, “Thanks!” To keep this project alive (and kicking) we’re going to need the support of the community here and so the fact that you already want to help is a fantastic start.
So how can you help? Send. Us. Links. Send us one link every couple of weeks, or send us fifty links in an hour. As long as they’re links of Spilled Ink (and as long as the links are submitted during the correct time), we’re going to appreciate it (
so much that we’ll be tempted to jump through the screen and kiss you). We can then take it from there by checking out each one and putting it in our magical Queue box if we so desire.
You might be thinking, “Why bother? That’s not helping much. It’s just sending them links they’ll already end up seeing.” No. Take five minutes to go to the Spilled Ink tag page and scroll down. Do not read anything. Just keep scrolling. Take a break after a while and look at the date of when things are posted (you need the missing extension for this).
Chances are, the date is still the same as it was when you began. Can you imagine less than five people being able to read all of that in one day on top of all the “real life” responsibilities? If we want to be able to showcase some great, and not-so-known, writers, we’re going to need some help.
Sending us links is the biggest way to help us out, but there are other ways, of course!
Reblogging this to your page will help to get the word out. Or you can also create your own interesting post with an explanation of how awesome this project is. Either is a huge help!
You may also rely on your own twisted creativity (and let’s face it, we are all far too creative here) and resort to brainwashing*, blackmail*, coercion*, or idle threats*.
If you have any questions or ideas concerning the Spilled Ink project, send us a message and we’ll respond promptly in 1-3 business days (not really).
Remember to tag your works with #Spilled Ink and most importantly, keep writing!
but a humble slave to Miss. Lillian’s needs.)
*Any illegal methods used to help the progression of this project, and any resulting law suits or court cases, are not the fault of this blog.