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Hi guys,

I've been testing a 14 day writing challenge I created in December and would love to share it with you. I created it to help me make sure I was focusing on a long-standing WIP as well as my main series - for me, the focus was to write 2,500 words a day on that WIP. I kept working on my main series too.

I'm on the last day and about to add to the numbers by doing today's writing, but so far I've written 59,504 words in 13 days :)

Is anyone interested in testing this challenge with me as I run through it again for the second time? Dates are 22nd February to 8th March 2017. Head to the shared link if you want to join in and signup at the bottom of the article about the challenge.

The challenge is designed for:
> Experienced or first-time fiction writers who want to add words to the page without getting stuck.
> Fiction writers who want to write 35,000 words in 2 weeks (that’s 53.84% of the usual debut story size requested by most publishers to their authors).
> Fiction writers who enjoy community challenges.
> Any aspiring to become an author but have never completed any first drafts.
> Writers that struggle with planning their story.
> Writers that struggle to write their story’s synopsis or agent covering letter.
> Writers struggling through a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (and so on) draft.

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Hi guys,

I've been testing a 14 day writing challenge I created in December and would love to share it with you. I created it to help me make sure I was focusing on a long-standing WIP as well as my main series - for me, the focus was to write 2,500 words a day on that WIP. I kept working on my main series too.

I'm on the last day and about to add to the numbers by doing today's writing, but so far I've written 59,504 words in 13 days :)

Is anyone interested in testing this challenge with me as I run through it again for the second time? Dates are 22nd February to 8th March 2017. Head to the shared link if you want to join in and signup at the bottom of the article about the challenge.

The challenge is designed for:
> Experienced or first-time fiction writers who want to add words to the page without getting stuck.
> Fiction writers who want to write 35,000 words in 2 weeks (that’s 53.84% of the usual debut story size requested by most publishers to their authors).
> Fiction writers who enjoy community challenges.
> Any aspiring to become an author but have never completed any first drafts.
> Writers that struggle with planning their story.
> Writers that struggle to write their story’s synopsis or agent covering letter.
> Writers struggling through a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (and so on) draft.

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Hi guys,

I've been testing a 14 day writing challenge I created in December and would love to share it with you. I created it to help me make sure I was focusing on a long-standing WIP as well as my main series - for me, the focus was to write 2,500 words a day on that WIP. I kept working on my main series too.

I'm on the last day and about to add to the numbers by doing today's writing, but so far I've written 59,504 words in 13 days :)

Is anyone interested in testing this challenge with me as I run through it again for the second time? Dates are 22nd February to 8th March 2017. Head to the shared link if you want to join in and signup at the bottom of the article about the challenge.

The challenge is designed for:
> Experienced or first-time fiction writers who want to add words to the page without getting stuck.
> Fiction writers who want to write 35,000 words in 2 weeks (that’s 53.84% of the usual debut story size requested by most publishers to their authors).
> Fiction writers who enjoy community challenges.
> Any aspiring to become an author but have never completed any first drafts.
> Writers that struggle with planning their story.
> Writers that struggle to write their story’s synopsis or agent covering letter.
> Writers struggling through a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (and so on) draft.

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Hi guys,

I've been testing a 14 day writing challenge I created in December and would love to share it with you. I created it to help me make sure I was focusing on a long-standing WIP as well as my main series - for me, the focus was to write 2,500 words a day on that WIP. I kept working on my main series too.

I'm on the last day and about to add to the numbers by doing today's writing, but so far I've written 59,504 words in 13 days :)

Is anyone interested in testing this challenge with me as I run through it again for the second time? Dates are 22nd February to 8th March 2017. Head to the shared link if you want to join in and signup at the bottom of the article about the challenge.

The challenge is designed for:
> Experienced or first-time fiction writers who want to add words to the page without getting stuck.
> Fiction writers who want to write 35,000 words in 2 weeks (that’s 53.84% of the usual debut story size requested by most publishers to their authors).
> Fiction writers who enjoy community challenges.
> Any aspiring to become an author but have never completed any first drafts.
> Writers that struggle with planning their story.
> Writers that struggle to write their story’s synopsis or agent covering letter.
> Writers struggling through a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (and so on) draft.

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Hi guys,

I've been testing a 14 day writing challenge I created in December and would love to share it with you. I created it to help me make sure I was focusing on a long-standing WIP as well as my main series - for me, the focus was to write 2,500 words a day on that WIP. I kept working on my main series too.

I'm on the last day and about to add to the numbers by doing today's writing, but so far I've written 59,504 words in 13 days :)

Is anyone interested in testing this challenge with me as I run through it again for the second time? Dates are 22nd February to 8th March 2017. Head to the shared link if you want to join in and signup at the bottom of the article about the challenge.

The challenge is designed for:
> Experienced or first-time fiction writers who want to add words to the page without getting stuck.
> Fiction writers who want to write 35,000 words in 2 weeks (that’s 53.84% of the usual debut story size requested by most publishers to their authors).
> Fiction writers who enjoy community challenges.
> Any aspiring to become an author but have never completed any first drafts.
> Writers that struggle with planning their story.
> Writers that struggle to write their story’s synopsis or agent covering letter.
> Writers struggling through a second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth (and so on) draft.

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