The New Word Challenge

Hey everyone! It was great to get your responses yesterday…

In fact, knowing that I wasn’t alone in the great big online world (and also a wonderful post from Katie Ganshert) inspired me create a plan of action. Hopefully it’ll help me tackle the task of maintaining this blog…

Anyway, it’s time to get to today’s topic: The New Word Challenge. Every Tuesday, you’ll get a new writing challenge from me. Feel free to leave your response in the comments below. You can also suggest additional challenges or request old favorites there as well.

Today’s Challenge: Use a new word in your novel, or current body of work. I recommend wacky words, such as tittle or, in honor of Dickens’ 200th birthday (check out the Google doodle!), pecksniffian.

I can’t wait to see what you guys come up with!

I’ll post my response tomorrow!

Until then,

Eva

 

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2 thoughts on “The New Word Challenge

  1. Hi There Evangelinewarren,
    On a similar note,, Word Challenge?
    use these words in a story, song, poem or letter:

    rancher
    searcher
    enclosure
    future
    butcher
    measure
    pleasure
    mixture
    treasure
    feature
    pasture
    creature
    lecture
    gesture
    nature
    fracture
    moisture
    stretcher
    legislature
    azure
    Good Job!

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