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Writers Challenge

Welcome New Writers!

Tell us about yourself and your writing

Photo by Etienne Girardet on Unsplash

Here it is! Writers Challenge first ever Welcome Aboard post. I hope it makes you as excited as it makes me and it should. YOU are the very first writers to join Writers Challenge and the very first people who can tell your story to the rest of us. So let me be the first to say Welcome ;)

Who are we?

In no particular order, please join me in welcoming our new writers and members.

Jane Grows Garden Rooms (Jane Frost) Jane Grows Garden Rooms (Jane Frost) Jane is passionate about Australian native plants, gardening, biodiversity, food forests , nature and the Arts. Also — owner/editor of Tea with Mother Nature.

David Perlmutter David Perlmutter David Perlmutter is a freelance writer based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Harmony K Harmony K Lives in a constant state of self-deprecation and awe of the world.

Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue Nicole Higginbotham-Hogue is a lesfic author.

Juan Israel Ortiz Juan Israel Ortiz Direct response copywriter verified by the American Writers and Artists Institute. Sharing my thoughts on marketing, advertising, and copywriting.

Jennifer N. Adams Jennifer N. Adams Author, Autism Mom, Anthropologist, US Navy Veteran.

Why are we here?

I created this publication as a place where writers can support each other, share our writing knowledge to help each other grow, inspire each other through our posts and articles and have a little fun together with writing challenges.

Since we’re here to support each other, may I please suggest that we all follow each other. What better way to get to know each other by reading what we write and building bridges of communication together.

Although I’ve linked to your about pages, I’d love for you to share a post about yourself, your writing, your challenges, and what you would like to explore and learn here. Since we’re just getting started, YOU and I can build this publication together, choose where we go and what topics we cover.

I’m also looking forward to joining in writing challenges with you. The October challenge is already posted and there are only a few days left, so go ahead and give it a whirl.

Let’s get the words flowing

Although it’s always wonderful to read something new, since we’re still getting to know each other, please feel free to share any of your previously published articles with the publication. You can share these in full or in short form (150 words or less) with a link back to your original.

Finally, thank you for joining Writers Challenge. I’m looking forward to our journey together.

Matters of Business and Reminders

Community Guidelines

  • Be polite
    • Leave useful comments.
    • Make friends, Share the Love, Follow and be Followed
    • Practice RCP (Read, Comment, Pause) to increase all of our reading times.
    • No hateful, hurtful, or harm-filled ANYTHING, please.
  • Please keep your posts and comments PG-13 appropriate.

Submission Guidelines

  • Please submit your completed and unpublished article to the publication Writers Challenge. It will be reviewed and published within 3 days. (Unless I have posted that I am “Out of the Office”). If any corrections need to be made, I will add a note to the draft, which will let you know what needs to be done.

Please use Writers Challenge Pub as one of your tags. This will be one way moving forward we will be able to find all our articles and track statistical information for the publication.

  • Please don’t use any clickbait in your title or sub-title.
  • No unnecessary CTAs (Click To Actions). They distract readers and are also aesthetically unpleasing. You can however put (no more than) 3 links at the bottom of your story after inserting an ellipsis.
  • Please be sure to use Grammarly or other services to edit your piece. I do not edit anything. I will only review to ensure suitability for the publication.
  • If you use any affiliate links, please disclose them. Also, don’t forget to give images credit and make sure they are license-free. Some good sources to pick images are Pexels and Unsplash.
  • We accept both fiction and non-fiction stories. All forms of writings are welcomed currently including short-form, poetry, flash fiction, short stories, and articles about writing tips and insights.
  • Articles published elsewhere should have canonical links set up, but are otherwise welcome.
  • Please be sure to set up SEO Settings using keywords and the recommended number of characters to increase Google and Medium hits and returns. This article is helpful in learning more about SEO.




A place where writers can stretch their wings, try new things, and share what we’ve learned through the process. Writing Challenges, Poetry Prompts, Description Denouements, as well as articles about the challenges of writing will strengthen literary muscles and build bridges.

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Cynthia A. Morgan

Cynthia A. Morgan

I’m an award-winning author & Inspiration coach. My writing focuses on positivity, encourages harmony, and promotes belief in the Power of One. Be the Change!

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