Readers, we’re just getting this party started so you will notice a little confusion regarding the #CleanWIP and #CleanWIPtheme hashtag use in the tweets below. Search for #CleanWIP across the social networks to find content from authors who want you to know they market their books as ‘clean’ and are willing to share sneak peeks of their current works-in-progress.
(Note for authors: #CleanWIPtheme existed only to help you find the theme each day. It was a bad idea. To help circumvent further confusion, we’ll use ‘#CleanWIP theme’ instead on our public social media posts. Thanks for joining us!)
Let’s meet some of the authors who are joining in the #CleanWIP fun. This is just a quick and haphazard example of the kind of great content you can expect here at CleanWIP Magazine.
I knew I couldn’t save the game & the boys would most likely stay up all night beating it now that the hard work was done, but I would know that it was because of me so I didn’t #care. I proved it to myself that I could pass the level, & that was enough. #CleanWIPtheme— Charlie+Dark (@CharlenaRose27) September 29, 2019
Ava’s jaws tightened. “Some families checked them out into their care, rented local apartments, paid a couple month’s rent, and walked away. Wretched people. They treated their dogs better than their mothers, fathers, and other family members.”#cleanWIP— Irene Onorato (@IreneOnorato) September 29, 2019
The curator’s filing system, at least, was brilliant. Women’s files were in folders of one color and men’s in another, simplifying their search substantially. That was where the good news ended, however…#CleanWIPtheme #FictFri#free ARC @ https://t.co/1SfCIM0Iga pic.twitter.com/b2s7eDu6bI— Lea Carter (@LeaCarterWrites) September 27, 2019
#CleanWIP #Thurds #FIRSTBlood The deep blue of the Aegean sky, cloudless and hot, hung above his head. The last thing he recalled was the shattering impact as the mini-copter hit the water. He sat up, blinking in the bright afternoon sun. Crystal Swan was nowhere in sight. pic.twitter.com/MZUHGTUEi5— Michael Lynes Author (@woodheat) September 26, 2019