Well, yesterday and this morning have involved way more math than I signed up for when I pursued writing, but here are the results of all the number crunching:
Here's the list of amazing writers who completed the 100 for 100 challenge:
Jenna Blake Morris
July A. Emmance
Katelyn M. Shear
Laurie J. Curtis
Lydia Grace Hart
Ophelia - Marie
P. Rose Williams
(If you think your name is supposed to be on this list, please email me and I'll look into it.)
And, just for kicks, I looked up who wrote the most in each of the age categories. Virtual high-fives go to:
For ages 13, 14, and 15: Katelyn M. Shear
For ages 16, 17, and 18: Imogen Elvis
(Imogen also wrote the most words of all the writers - way to go Imogen!)
For ages 19, 20, and 21: Angela Marie
For the Old Fogies (22+): Sharron H.
The age group who had the most members complete the challenge: 13, 14, and 15 year olds with 37.
The age group who had the most words per person: Old Fogies with the average amount per person at 62,427 words.
(Average for 13/14/15 was 27,336. For 16/17/18 it was 49,795 per person, and for 19, 20, and 21 it was 24,586)
And now for the prizes!
The 5,000 word critique for the Old Fogies for writing the most per person: Tonya LaCourse
The What's Your Story? necklace from Susie Finkbeiner of Inspired Novelties goes to: Alana Carter
And the 10,000 word critique giveaway for all writers who completed the challenge goes to: Jyllenna Wilke
Congratulations! I'm so proud of everyone who stuck with the challenge until the very end AND everyone who gave it a try but bowed out. Participating in something like this shows you respect your dream of writing, and we hope to have many returning and new writers join us for the next 100 for 100 challenge.