THE GRAND TOUR OF THE SHIP
Hi, I’m Linnea!
Amateur liar, weaver of stories, slumbering Dragon Lady, book swag peddler, lifelong spoonie, irreverent pet… I guess it’s fair to say that I’m a bearer of many names, titles and hats, but the one that matters the most right now is Captain of the Resilience.
It’s with great pleasure I welcome you aboard my ship, and I’m really looking forward to taking you on the Grand Tour. This is where you will find out who we are, what we do, and whether you’d like to join our crew of merry revolutionaries.
We are a group of writers with a shared virtual writers’ room and campground. We hang out together and share best practice, extend helping hands, find collab partners etc. The idea is very simple: We have a shared author’s platform and we work together, lift each other up and celebrate each other’s success.
For all of that to work in a diverse group of creatives (which is a nicer way of saying we’re all kinda sensitive), we need to have some rules and regulations in place.
In the following, I will introduce you to our crew, show you a map over our campground and explain the roles and responsibilities we have on board and in camp. If you have any questions, you can leave them in the comments below each stop, or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, let’s begin the tour…
The Resilience, like most ships, is essentially made up of a number of cabins, decks and holds, and we will explore some of them together. If you get lost, or if you want to explore more on your own later, you can always choose one of the shortcuts below to find out more.
Each of our stop has a choice of three doors:
- The one to the left will take you back to Quarterdeck.
- The one in the middle will return you to the Recruitment Office.
- The one to the right will take you to the next stop.
For the purpose of this tour, we will be using the door to the right. Click on the door marked “ABOUT THE RESILIENCE” and I’ll see you there.
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