That's it. Just publish something - of your own creation.
This "something" could be...
...a short story. No idea how to start?
...a narrative. Great practice using
...a song. randomly-generated
...directions. story starters here!
...a movie script. Want a space to write? Try
...a movie. 750 Words
...a book trailer.
...book reviews. Record and share someone
...a BOOK. else's story! Help here.
That's right. Publish something. Then publish something else.
Let the world see what YOU have created.
Let the world see your specific genius.
Share with us your genius.
I will help you in any way I can. Of course, you could publish any number of things!
Let me know what I can do to help you accomplish this challenge!
Don't know what to write? Here are 365 prompts to get you started! Can't seem to get inspiration? This teen tells you how! :)
Want to Create a Children's Book?
Take these step-by-step lessons from Mr. Theriault!
Then see below for publishing options!
Writing a novel?
Great beginner help HERE!
Places to publish...
Various Places - See where you can submit your writing OR art!
New Times - Submit (exactly) 55-word stories here!
Boom Writer - Create and share stories.
Figment - Where writers write, meet, create, share, and connect.
Protagonize - Collaborate with other authors & connect with your readers.
Lulu - Write, edit, format your book, choose your title & cover, and submit.
Out My Window - Submit your photo + text to Mrs. Kirr and she'll put it in the Flickr group for you. (Our class is signed up!)
FemSTEM - Collects "stories from women in STEM and publishes them."
Figment - If you are 13 years old, share your writing online with other writers and receive feedback. Participate in contests and chances to talk to authors. If you'd like to set up a closed online classroom group just for our 7th graders, and you have others who want to join, I can help.
Have Apps? - Create an eBook YOURSELF!
Teen Ink - If you are 13 years old - check with parents before giving away all your information.
Wattpad - Read, vote and create books for free.
Inklewriter - Want to write a "choose your own adventure" story? Do so online here!
The Voice - from the Young Writers' Project - Poetry, short stories...
Young Writers' Project - Select "General Writing" from the prompt list.
From Ms. Burner:
Poets & Writers - Literary Magazines, for pieces of your work or short stories
New Pages - Literary Magazines, for pieces of your work, or short stories
Is your work complete?
Kindle Publishing - Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing
Lulu - "Bring your book to life."
Bookemon - "Transform your ideas into bookstore-quality books."
Student Treasures - Publish a hardcover book.
Genius Hour Work - Teach a quick class!
College By Kids - Share what you have learned with the world.
Scribblitt - Online to Hardcover Books
13 More Places to Publish - Mrs. Kirr hasn't looked through these...yet.
Even MORE that Mrs. Kirr hasn't looked through...yet!
Want to type better / faster?
Check out these BEST TOOLS for TYPING - I know hunt & peck do NOT work for me! ;)
Even MORE TYPING GAMES
Another one - TypeDojo
Maybe singing is your thing?
Speak Up - Sing Out! Contest held yearly, ending in February
Voice Typing in Google Docs - How To
5 Must-See Tips from Neil Gaiman
10 Tips for Writers from CJ Redwine
"This sentence has five words..." Play with your words!
Overcoming Writers' Block
Thirteen favorite writers share their ideas in this article here...
Ray Bradbury gives ideas related to making lists here...
An "overcoming writer's block playlist" on Spotify...
Also try this - Taking Your Notebook for a Walk...!
Writers give credit to BOOKS...
17 Writers have quotes here about what books have done for them.
Have you read Divergent by Veronica Roth?
Her former teacher wrote about her here - check to see what she was like at Barrington high school!
See this site for your weekly challenge --> http://100wc.net/
Once you've created your blog post, fill in this form to let Mrs. Kirr know - or just tell her! Don't forget to mention the name of your blog post. She'll make sure it goes onto the 100-Word Challenge site!