Today is day three of the word war. Keep in mind, you don't have to be writing fresh content to participate in a word war. If you're editing, you can simply decide how many pages you want to edit and war that way. King's Blood is due June 26th, so I'm very hard at work on the editing stage.
If this the first you've heard of our word war, we hope you can join us. Here are the details:
This word war is a friendly competition to motivate participants to write as many words as they can between now and Friday.
While some word wars are shorter (fifteen minutes or an hour) and strict, this will instead be a come-and-go, write-when-you-can style of war. So start when you want and participate whatever days you can. There are no hard and fast rules. This is about encouraging each other and writing a lot of words. It's that simple.
How you can connect with each other:
1. You can connect in the comments section of the blog. There will be a post every day, and we'd love for you to keep us updated on how the day is going for you. Something as simple as "Just wrote 1,000 words in the last hour!" is fine. Seeing everyone's posts will help to encourage each other in knowing that we're all hard at work.
If you want to break the time into smaller word wars, you can post that in the comments section too. For example, you could arrange a word war from 1:00 to 2:00 with a few people.
2.You can connect on social media. On Twitter using the hashtag #wordwar or on the Go Teen Writers Community Facebook Group. This is a closed group, so if you're not a member yet, apply to join and then shoot an email to GoTeenWritersCommunity(at)gmail.com telling them so they can get you approved.