Achievement: we’ve all had them, whether they’re writing related or not. Or we’ve seen others’ achievements – from a child’s first step to  college graduation to reaching octogenarian status. And more.

What great prompt for a writing exercise. So…head on over to the FaithWriters Writing Challenge!

This is the LAST WEEK to enter until the challenge goes on a break until April 5. And the topic is ACHIEVEMENT.

Write a piece – fiction, nonfiction, poetry – with achievement as the topic. Anything original (i.e. nothing you’ve already written) between 150 and 750 words and with a Christian worldview is acceptable. But don’t wait too long: the deadline for this week’s challenge is Thursday, March 15 at 9:59 AM ET. And

Want a bit of feedback before you enter your piece? Join a buddy group: the buddy groups forum is here.

Once you enter (or before!), give some of the past entries a read. Click here to comment on last week’s Challenge entries – the topic was Predicament. (and after Thursday at 10, the Achievement entries will be there as well!)

Stop by the boards to talk about the challenge.

Be sure not to share your title, or entry, with others (except your buddy group) – the challenge is meant to be anonymous so judging will be fair. But once  the judges are done rating the entries,  you can let others know which entry is yours by sharing a link to your entry (we call them bricks) on the Brick throwing post on the boards, which will be  here some time after Thursday. For now, you can stop by there and comment on some of the Predicament entries – or earlier ones, if you’d like!

You need to be a Gold or Platinum member to enter the Writing Challenge. Click here to upgrade from Silver membership. (But anyone can comment – and there are some wonderful reads – I guarantee!)

I’m definitely planning to enter this time (it’s been a while). Hope YOUR entry is there too!

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