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John Riddle Finds 50 Other John Riddle’s to Help Promote I Love To Write Day
In 2002 John Riddle, an author and ghostwriter from Delaware, launched “I Love To Write Day” as a grassroots campaign to have people of all ages practice writing every November 15. Last year over 28,000 schools all across the U.S. held special ILTWD events and activities. Bookstores, libraries, writing groups, community centers and even a few malls joined in the fun.
I Love To Write Day has always been a “one man shop,” but with the 10th anniversary of ILTWD taking place on November 15, Riddle realized he needed some help. “I have always heard people say, ‘if there were more than one of me, I would accomplish more!’” So he decided to reach out to some of the other John Riddle’s in the United States. Using Facebook and Linked In, he connected with 50 other people named John Riddle.
“They are from all different backgrounds and interests, but when I asked them to help promote I Love To Write Day, they all said yes,” said Riddle. Some of the other Riddle’s include an engineer, an attorney, several musicians and a farmer.
With the help of 50 more Riddle’s, John Riddle hopes to make the upcoming I Love To Write Day “one of the biggest and best yet!”
For more information about I Love To Write Day, please visit www.ilovetowriteday.org