2017 Spring ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge Winners

Here at Azure Fire, our mission is to:

  1. Enrich the literary heritage of youth-friendly fantasy and science-fiction;
  2. Inspire, teach, publish, and enable new authors of all ages and ethnicities to produce youth-friendly fantasy and science-fiction works promoting imagination, creativity, literary traditions, and tolerance; and
  3. Encourage people of all ages and ethnicities to read and be thrilled by fantasy and science-fiction books.

One way we do this is through the ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge our members of the Fantasy and Science-Fiction Network (FSFNet) participate in. Members log in their daily written word counts. Not only does seeing their progress encourage them to keep writing, but it also encourages other participants to write more. With each challenge, members are given digital badges of honor in the following categories:

Most Days Logged In

Longest Chain of Uninterrupted Work

Most Skin of My Teeth Days (wrote at least 100 words for a number of logged days)

Most Words Written

Most Words Written in a Single Day

The Robot Writer (the author with the smallest standard deviation in words logged)

Most Reliable Writer

Favorite Author (anonymously voted on by other challenge members)

With 220,659 new words written  

 Winners for the Spring 2017 ‘Keep Writing’ Challenge are:

Most Days Logged In

49 days

Bryan Rainey

H.M. Clarke

Longest Chain of Uninterrupted Work

47 days

H.M. Clarke

Most Skin of My Teeth Days

Most days with at least 100 words

Jamie Maltman

Most Words Written

78,302 words

Brian King

Most Words Written in a Single Day

18,281 words

Bryan Rainey

The Robot Writer

Average of 2,700 words each day logged in

Brian King

Most Reliable Writer

Standard Deviation of 37 words

Jamie Maltman

 

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