A Non-Profit Group of Writers Helping Writers
The "100 Words Or Less" Writers Challenge is a fun, creative way to learn something about the writing craft. Each month a new challenge will present an opportunity for you to venture into a genre or form of writing that (perhaps) you've never explored before. "Learning is doing," someone once said (or maybe it was "Doing is learning," I forget).
Not only will you learn something about the craft, you'll undoubtedly learn something about yourself. "Hey, I never would have thought it, but I can do this!" you'll find yourself saying. Or "Wow! I'm better at this than I thought!"
That's the first part of the challenge: it's a challenge to push yourself into new worlds of writing, new styles.
The second challenge is to limit your word count to 100 words.
We'll post a short introduction and link to each month's writing challenge on the "home" page of our Weh site. Simply click on the "home" tab in the navigation bar at the top of this page, then scroll down the page to find it. The "Click Here" link will take you to the challenge page.
Read the challenge, submit your entry as a "comment," and then click on "Add Comment."
The monthly "100 Words Or Less" Writers Challenge began April 7, 2012. As long as member involvement and enthusiasm continues, so shall we.
Be inventive and be creative. Think outside the box. Most of all, have fun!
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