Posts tagged with ‘writing challenge’

  • The 30 Day Marketing Challenge for Writers (Free Tracker)

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 7, 2015
    The New Year is a great time to tackle a new writing challenge. So I've added one to the collection over in the All Indie Writers forums -- a 30 day marketing challenge. The goal of this challenge is to do something to market your writing every day for 30 days. That could mean promoting your freelance writing services. It […]
  • Take the “Write Every Day” Challenge

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 20, 2014
    At some point I'm sure you've been told that writers should write every day if they want to be successful. I don't personally believe that. But I do believe in doing whatever works best to motivate you. If sticking to a strict daily writing schedule is helpful to you, or if you're looking to try something new to motivate yourself, […]
  • Free Word Count Calendar for a New Writing Challenge

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 13, 2014
    As mentioned before, new writing challenges are being added to the All Indie Writing community. While originally planned as monthly challenges, they're now being set up early and opened to anyone who wants to take them, whenever they want. You can find these in the writing challenges section of the forum where you can follow others' challenge progress, track and […]
  • New Writing Challenges Added (Plus Free Tracking Charts)

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 6, 2014
    Recently it was announced that changes would be made to the monthly writing challenges, making them open all the time over in the forums so you can tackle any challenge you want at any time you want. Today two more challenges were added. Visit their forum sections linked below to start your challenge progress threads (or register if you're not yet a […]
  • Writing Challenges Update (and August’s Challenge Details)

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 2, 2014
    Let's jump right in with this month's writing challenge. We're doing a 30 in 30 days type of challenge, focused on short-form writing. You can choose the type of writing you want to do for this challenge, depending on your goals. My recommendations are to focus on: Blogging (ideal for pro bloggers, nonfiction writers, or anyone using blogging as a […]
  • Vote to Decide August’s Monthly Writing Challenge

    By Jennifer Mattern on July 25, 2014
    As you might know, we kicked off monthly writing challenges here this month. July's challenge was a productivity challenge where participants would use a time tracker or a word count tracker to see where their time was really going (such as "wasting" thousands of words a week on emails -- guilty here). The idea was to find out where we're […]
  • 14 Day E-book Writing Challenge 2010 – Day 14

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 28, 2010
    It's the last day of our e-book writing challenge! Hurray! Just one more thing to do, so let's get to it. If you missed the earlier parts of the challenge, be sure to download a free copy of How to Write an E-book in Just 14 Days — it will give you the more detailed instructions for the challenge, and […]
  • 14 Day E-book Writing Challenge 2010 – Day 13

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 27, 2010
    Let me start off by apologizing to those who were following the challenge from day one. I thought I'd written and scheduled the posts for this weekend to close out the challenge, but I forgot. And with a major home project going on, blogging was nearly the last thought on my mind. If you had the e-book to give you […]
  • 14 Day E-book Writing Challenge 2010 – Day 12

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 23, 2010
    Day 12. We're down to the weekend now! You've written an e-book. You've edited your e-book. And you've created a sales page or landing page for your e-book. Congratulations! But don't rest easy just yet. You're not finished. It's time to "pretty it up" and prepare for your e-book launch. If you missed the first half of the challenge, be […]
  • 14 Day E-book Writing Challenge 2010 – Day 11

    By Jennifer Mattern on April 22, 2010
    Alright. Day 11, only three more days today after today. You're getting there! By now you should have written and edited your e-book. We're just working on the distribution side of things for the next few days. Or, if you're like me and you got behind earlier, it's time to haul ass and get things finished up. If you missed […]