November Is Here

Nanowrimo is important to writers, but it is not for everyone. Poets tend to prefer doing a PAD challenge in November. If you are unsure what either of those mean…Nanowrimo is a challenge for writers to produce 50000 words in a month’s time. There are many tools for writer’s participating in such.

The PAD challenge is a Poem A Day. the reason is the same. We are looking to have a books worth of writing done in that month.

Here on the Blog We will post a daily prompt for this. ON Facebook and Slack we will be hosting some Daily Sprints. We are writers as well, so this is how we are helping our community during a busy time.

So the First prompt for the PAD challenge is:

Use whatever form you would like for this one. Even Art if you want. If you want, Comment your writing or Email it to us at We will feature the best in our newsletter or here on the blog.

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