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Wednesday
Oct122011

Ongoing writing challenge with more flexibility than NaNoWriMo: 250, 500 or 1000 Words A Day

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Augh, I admit I've been lax on my daily wordcount goals because of more pressing deadlines.

BUT NO MORE! I've been thinking about signing up for NaNoWriMo but I think I need to be more realistic in my writing goals, especially since I'm away for part of next month (NaNoWriMo month).

SO....I'm going to start up the Daily Words challenge again. For those of you who aren't familiar with this challenge, please read these guidelines. It's a challenge for those who may sometimes have to put their writing on hold when life gets in the way, and who tend to get discouraged during NaNoWriMo month when they start falling behind. It's also a challenge for those who tend to write more slowly.

If you already pump out thousands of words on a regular basis with no problem, then you don't need this challenge. :-)

Feel free to adjust the wordcount challenge to fit your own output level: 50 words a day? 2000 words a day?

So...who's with me? Or if you've been taking the challenge all along and have been successful, do you have any tips to share?

For more details and for badges/icons, see:

http://inkygirl.com/inkygirl-wordcount-challenge/

or use this shortcut:

http://bit.ly/dailywords

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dailywrite

Reader Comments (2)

YAY I've missed this!

October 12, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCassi

great idea! sometimes i just can't motivate myself to write, this might be the solution.
I recently started a blog to keep track of my work. check it out!
www.thewriteway-jlr.blogspot.com

October 20, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterJust Write

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