This Is War

I challenge all of you to a war.

A word war.

“But Lumi, what if we don’t know what a word war is?”

Good question.

And since you’re all here, let me explain what a word war is first.

A word war is when you and at least one other person agree to write for a set amount of time. At the end of said word war, both of you share how many words you wrote. It is optional to share what you exactly wrote, but some do it for fun.

Example:

Person A: Let’s do a word war from XX:10 to XX:20.

Person B: I’m in.

Person A: The war is over. How much did you write?

Person B: I wrote 329 words. What about you?

Person A: I wrote 284 words. Nice job!

Word wars are a fun way to encourage and support fellow writers. Sure, there may be that one person who writes more than everyone else, but it’s not a competition. It’s all done in good fun, and at the end of the day, everyone benefits. Especially if you’re prone to procrastination.

Anywho, hope you find this writing trick useful! 🙂

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