Btw, don't forget to be kind to editors and writers this month.
Unsure of how to celebrate National Be Kind to Editors and Writers Month? You could simply give an editor or writer a hug or a pat on the back to express your acknowledgement of them and communicate your appreciation for what they do.
Also, you can check out the list below for 12 more practical ideas on how to celebrate this joyous month with the editors and writers who make enrich your life year-round:
- Send a card or note to your favorite editor or writer
- Sharpen all the pencils in the writer's home or office
- Do not use the writer's notebooks or journals as doodle pads because there may be a masterpiece brewing on those page, which could simmer down when foreign ingredients are added to mix
- Refrain from computer usage in case the writer has an epiphany just as you are playing World of Warcraft
- Try not to interrupt the writer at work; you can print out this door hanger and give it to the writer as a gift, in addition to a reminder for yourself
- Send your favorite writer or editor on an all-expense-paid trip to literary places found in must-read books, so they can research their next piece
- At your local bookstore, reposition your favorite author’s books in order for the cover to face outwards, instead of just the spine
- Loan out a good read to a friend. Or two. Or twenty
- Make plenty of coffee. Writer's tend to stay up late brainstorming on projects, being indecisive and trying to meet deadlines; coffee is often a great help
- Play dress up with children as literary figures and go out "trick-or-booking"
- Solely buy books as presents for special occasions this month
- Begin every conversation with, “In this book I’m reading…”