What is 100WCGU?

This is a weekly challenge for those who are over 16 and enjoy challenging themselves with writing. Each week you are given a prompt. It may be a few connected words, a selection of individual words or a picture.

You have 100 words (or the number that have been set for that week) plus the prompt to write a creative piece. If you have a blog, post it on your blog then link the URL of the post (not the blog) to the link that is at the bottom of that week’s challenge. Make sure there is a link to The Head’s Office as well. You can right click the badge above and copy the image URL into your post.

If you do not have a blog but would like to join the challenge please leave me a note in the comments and we can sort something out!

One of the great things about the 100WCGU is how people visit other blogs and read the entries. It is all about supporting our writing and giving constructive feedback and support. For some, it is the start of longer pieces of writing, even novels!!

Do join us and see what hidden talents you discover!

294 thoughts on “What is 100WCGU?

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  7. I so want to try this one day when I don’t have papers to grade or lessons to write. One day–I promise!! Thanks for the compliment, Julia. I’m going to visit you one day in England-look out!!

      • Od czasu do czasu piszę wpis na moim blogu. Jest lato ,jakoś się rozleniwiłam i nie chce mi się zbyt często pisać ,ale będę, bo tak trzeba. tyle rzeczy dzieje się wokół nas. Mój blog o tym traktuje. Pozdrawiam

  8. I don’t have a blog, but I do have 100 words for week 21:

    We need new windows. We have done for a while. I’m scared of the disruption. Strangers traipsing about in the house, in every room. I love looking out of our windows, but I don’t like thinking about people looking in at us. If we don’t get new windows soon, the house will be even colder, the frames will rot and they’ll drop out. We all need regular tlc and yet somehow I can’t bring myself to get thing moving. I think I might drop out soon. I think I may already have. The windows need cleaning too, but it’s raining.

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  11. Hey, was intrigued by this and thought Id enter in a bit from a book I’m dabbling with to see what you folks thought but when I clicked the the link to Linkylist it said the link is closed and I must admit Im not entirely clear where I should post the link to the post on my own blog.
    Any advice is appreciated assuming you are taking in new folks.

    (and if there’s a more than a 100 words chance, I’d like that more cos I the full passage Id like to share is 285 – but not a sticky point mind you)

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  26. Hi Julia, Just a technical question: You begin the ‘how to submit’ explanation with “if you have a blog….”. But there is no continuation, i.e. “If you don’t have a blog….”. Thanks, Dancing.

    • I may be wrong, but I’d say the point of 100WCGU is to challenge yourself, so the sharing doesn’t matter so much in the end (although it’s nice to share and I enjoy reading other people’s entries).

      • A CZYTASZ MOJE? NA MOIM BLOGU/? Ostatnio nie piszeę zbyt często ,bo jest lato i trochę się rozleniwiłam. Chcę nad morze i tam wypoczywać. ale coś napiszę .zaqchęcam do czytania. Pozdrawiam.

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  28. Hi Julia, I just wanted to let you know that I can’t keep up with the 100 words for children project. It is such a great project, and I will pop in everytime I have spare time on my hands, but I don’t think I should be counted on as a regular commenter. I think it would help if I could find a way to subscribe, but the last time I checked the page I could not find a follow button. Sorry
    And just a note – I thought the posts that had parents commenting on them were really cool. What a great way to use technology and encourage parents to be involved with their child’s education..

  29. I’m with the others who wish they had seen the prompts earlier…according to the subscriptions, I should be receiving them…will look more closely. Love the idea of 100 words.

    When I am at a loss for something for a free write, the older, unused prompts will make a nice inspiration file. Thanks.

    Peace,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

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  33. hi Julia!
    I heard about this challenge late last week and I thought i’d join in this week, but I’m not sure when and where you post the prompts? Help! Writer in need of more to do (hahaha!)

    • to Elmowrites
      I post old prompts on dVerse or other sites that has a post whatever you want …
      also called open post …it’s a good way to get feed back or just share.
      Peace
      Siggi in Downeast Maine

  34. Sounds like a fun challenge and I’ve enjoyed reading your 100 word posts. I also enjoy your “Last Week I Learned That …” posts. I subscribed (via Google reader) to your blog so I will be reading more. :)

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  43. I would like to share my 100 words but am uncertain how. I have facebook but no blog…suggestions? or just post here?

  44. Twisty, turn-y,
    muscles burn-y,
    flowing, straining,
    ever gaining…movement.
    Like the internal machinations of my emotions,
    bound and dependent,
    singular and strong,
    there is a sense of
    connectivity and unity
    that binds the past and it’s tangles
    with the presentation of today.
    We are on display.
    Each of us is presenting a unity of self that is,
    at once,
    empty and complete,
    ready to receive, to meet
    the challenges of today.
    Head held high,
    Alerted eye,
    Rear patched where I
    Gave pause to try…
    Something new.
    Internal grace
    does fill this space
    and offer apace
    my emotional lace…
    A grateful frame.

  45. I just came across your challenge, and I love the idea. I am writing my first entry, and have already started reading.

    Please, please, please make it easier to follow the entries!
    I suggest asking everyone to include the tag 100WCGU (like you do), and perhaps a second keyword you set each week? And please to start the post with the story, and add any comments or explanations afterwards.

    Then one can read them on the “read blogs” page, with a teaser up front. Even “late entries” would show up.

    And maybe anyone who doesn’t have a blog could post comments in your challenge post?

    Thank you for the challenge.

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  73. As in the immortal words of someone famous…whose name is lost to me forever… “I will return!” I was referred to your blog by someone not so famous…whose name again escapes me…but she did tell me I’d fit in with the seniors that wander hereabouts. And by golly, I think she’s got it…I may have hit the jackpot!!!

    Women of a “certain age” with a flare for living…savoring the moments as they unfold. And the bonus is that you love to write, which is why I began “hugmamma’s mind, body, and soul” 2+ years ago. Where have you been all this time? Probably right under my nose!

    Tomorrow I’m hosting a coffee for the ladies in my exercise class and a few neighbors as well. So I can’t indulge myself in writing right now. Have to clean, straighten, and figure out what snacks I’ll be serving. But as I said at the beginning…

    i will return…to partake of your challenge…and peruse your writings…hugs til then… :)

      • so kind…btw…you don’t look like a senior…more like an “ish”…seniorish. are you a young retiree? if you are, it’s nice of you to err on the side of …older. if you aren’t…well you might teach me a thing or two i’ve not learned in my 63 years… :lol:

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  102. Julia this is my http for the article

    http://beebeesworld.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/a-special-wedding-day-7/

    I put my 1st tag as 100WCGU and then added others. I do one challenge which actually gives me a direct link to their blog-it appears right below mine when I press “New Post
    . Others, I just refer to their blog site in my tags and it goes there or some have a link where I go to the home site of their blog and post a link (on of the is another 100 word challenge by Madison Woods) I will send you her link so you can see it-i am not at all good at the linking, posting awards, RSS feeds stuff-it is still foreign to me in many ways-Im just trying to learn, so help and suggestions are welcome! beebeesworld

    • Hi!
      Maddison uses the same approach as we have here. She expects the author to link the URL etc. the only difference it the post is shown by a small picture of the author rather than just the title. Hope that helps!

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  106. Hello! Loving this idea. Bob Evenhouse sent me here with his blog post about your blog! Now I’m making a blog post about it too! Social networking! Wooooo!

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    • Write a piece that follows the link on this blog, post it on your blog then link it back using the linky where it says ‘Click Here’. If you haven’t got a blog, let me know & i’ll provide one for you!

  136. this is wonderful. I have a penchant for being over-wordy, and it is strangely freeing to have a limit. I’ve just discovered you via New Mum Online, and have joined in immediately, and forwarded this link on to other people who I know may really like this. Thank you for doing this!

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  144. I keep reading the 100 words written by the writers over at Limebird Writers, and then keep meaning to sign up to follow your site (just done!), and also join in this fun, but alas, time gets away from me. I will get to this fun challenge eventually! Oh, and do you have anyone else from Australia joining in?

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  149. So uhm… I think I might join you. I used to be in a monthly 1000 word challenge and it killed me after 7 months. But a 100 a week should be doable. Allthough I try to keep a daily blog on my rats as well. Still, love the idea and it’s so inspiring!

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  157. Love this idea! Thank you for kickstarting it. I saw Sarah Miles’ entry on her blog and thought it wonderful. Thing is, I can’t see how to subscribe to find out what the current 100 word challenge is without going to your blog every time. Can you point me in the right direction? Thanks!

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  236. Interesting. I write haiku and tanka to discipline myself into using fewer words to mean more. I’ve done stories with six words as well. I’m following now so I can get the prompts. I may or may not do, but it will be interesting to see the results!

      • I am so glad to hear “silliness”! I may not always contribute but I love new reading matter. Do you post these stories or should I search for 100wGCU to find the contributions for the prompts?

  237. The links for the posts are put onto the page with the prompt. Click any hyper link (blue) & that will take you to the entry. Have fun!

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