Check out August’s #loglinechallenge prompts here for a series of story idea prompts throughout August. Each day, use the prompt to inspire a story idea and work it into a logline. Get tips on how to write a logline here and don’t forget to use the #loglinechallenge hashtag on twitter and to join the #loglinechallenge Facebook group for a fun atmosphere.
Check out the #wpad blog challenge prompts here for a series of blog topic prompts which you can respond to however you wish. Use the #wpad hashtag on twitter to share and promote your blogs. Great way to feed your blog with content and gain new readers!
Each month I select a participant to be featured here on the Writesofluid blog! Check out previous writers, who were interviewed, here on the interviews page. So what have writers thought about the challenges so far? Check out all these great comments:
I would definitely recommend it [#wpad]. It gets creativity flowing by writing about things I may not have normally written about. It has also given me a larger audience. A more diverse topic selection brings in a more diverse audience. I also don’t think all of the hits from England are a coincidence. – Heather Walker
Writers of all genres would benefit from #loglinechallenge as a form of discipline, inspiration or sheer creative distraction from writer’s block. – Christine Saville
I would recommend the #wpad challenge to other writers/bloggers. It is really important that writers write every day, even if it is only a paragraph. Writing increases creativity and just writing about one topic could inspire you to want to write about something else. – Sarah Cassidy
Yes, absolutely [recommend #loglinechallenge]. For one thing, the daily task really helps (re-)install writing discipline. And coming up with a logline forces you to pare down your story idea to the bare bones, which later can be used as a compass to keep your writing on track. – Vera Mark
I would definitely recommend this challenge [#wpad] to people who are interested in blogging because I think it is a great test of your mettle when it comes to blogging. In order to build an audience via social media you have to keep active and this definitely got me moving. It was also a great way to get to know other writers/participants and get a boost of inspiration for the day. I will definitely participate in the future! – Star
I would [recommend #wpad]. It’s a good discipline. It’s made me write every day and has sent me off to interesting places. I’ve also enjoyed reading posts from other bloggers doing the challenge and seeing their pictures. It’s made me feel less alone as a writer as we have shared our experiences. – Heather Walker