The last lecture publishing group is a group of people who have an interest in writing, learning, and life. We’ve met to discuss the topics of writing, research, and life on our very first meeting, and we’re still meeting monthly to stay up on new writing, learning, and life news.
If youre interested in writing, learning, and life, you should definitely try joining our mailing list. We send out a steady stream of emails to all our members, so youll never run out of things to do.
All our mailing list members have a few ideas for what we do, and we have a few ideas that will fit within a few categories. However, we’re very excited to announce that we have a new one at the bottom of the list.
We also have an open membership to share any of our ideas and projects with others. If we don’t have a topic that would fit within the email categories then we will share what we have on a website.
The idea was to have a group that gets together once a month and writes a post on what we have been up to. We wanted to provide something to keep us all on task and it didn’t take long to get one going. We thought the idea was cool and I think it will be a good way for us to keep track as we go through life.
The title of this post is “The First Five Days of the First Five Days of the First Five Days of the First Five Days of the First Five Days of the First Five Days of the First Five Days.
The idea is that we’ll post a series of posts each day about a topic and have people vote on what they think the topic should be. We’re hoping that the posts will be fun to write and a good way to keep everyone on track.
I love the concept, but I’m not sure that it’s a good idea to have people vote about posts on a topic. I imagine that it would be more beneficial to have post a topic and then have people vote on what they think the topic should be.
I think it would be more beneficial to simply have a conversation about a topic and then have everyone have an opinion and then allow others to join in with a discussion. I think I would rather have people vote on the topic, but not post a topic.