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Many of us lead busy lives, full of home, family, work, church and other commitments. How can we fit writing into our schedule?

The best way is to make writing a habit.

The dictionary definition of a habit is: “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.” Like cleaning your teeth twice a day, exercise (for some!), kissing your spouse goodbye when you leave the house, emptying the dishwasher before you go to work, chocolate on Fridays or (insert your own habits here).

Anything that is a habit GETS DONE.

If you want to write novels for children or young teens, but haven’t yet made writing a part of your life, this 21 day creative writing challenge will help you make writing an enjoyable daily habit… then once you’re in the habit you can go on to get your story DONE!

I have designed the challenge for Christians who write fiction for children/teens, so lots of imagination is needed! It is completely FREE, and you can start TODAY.

The Write for a Reason 21 Day Creative Writing Challenge will:

  1. Help you get into the habit of writing
  2. Get excited about writing!

I hope you will love it as much as I enjoyed putting it together for you. 🙂

It will help you write from your heart, get your imagination into gear and kick-start your creativity.

YOU CAN DO THIS!

Enjoy the prompts, amaze yourself with your own creativity, and start becoming the writer you want to be.

Next week I hope to bring you the habits of writers who have published their books – where and when they write, how long for, and what has helped them get to the end. But for now, start the challenge.

Have a great week, and do share your challenges with me – I always love to hear from you!

Janet Wilson from Write for a Reason and Dernier Publishing

Janet

P.S. Would any of your friends enjoy the challenge? Feel free to share!

Creative Writing Challenge!
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