ChaBooCha starts tomorrow! Are you ready? Feel free to use either (or both) of the two badges (Chapter Book Challenge or ChaBooCha) here on your website or blog as long as you are participating in the challenge. If you know how, please link them to this site (www.chaboocha.com or www.chapterbookchallenge.com).
If you blog about the challenge, tweet about the challenge or share it on Facebook (please do), please use the hashtag #ChaBooCha, so that everyone can easily search for your post, tweet, or Facebook share.
You will be receiving e-mails of the blog posts throughout the month of March (during the challenge). You can opt out of those e-mails by e-mailing me at Rebecca (at) Fyfe (dot) net and asking to be removed from the e-mail list for this year. The blog post e-mails will end as soon as the challenge ends.
Have you outlined for the challenge, or are you a "pantser" who just wings it as you go?
As usual, there are loads of prizes lined up for the challenge, and, if you are signed up, all you need to do to enter for most of the prizes is comment on the blog post that features the prize.
Good luck and let's have some fun!
We have an awesome line-up of guests who will be posting during this challenge. I'm in contact with some others who, if they decide to join us, you will be very excited about. (I hope you will be as excited about our guests this month as I am!)
Here's a list of some previous ChaBooCha posts which you will find helpful if you are new to the challenge and haven't read them yet:
Breakdown of Daily Word Count Goals for the Chapter Book Challenge - by Rebecca Fyfe
Writing First Pages - by Rebecca Fyfe
On Writing: Imagination is a Wonderful Thing - by Karen Pokras toz
Humour is the Best - by Adam Wallace
Weather in Writing: 3 How-To Tips - by Angela Ackerman
How Conflict Fuels the Story - by Rebecca Talley
How to Make Writing a Priority in Your Life - Lisa Cherry
Talent Vs. Learning: Do You Have to Be Born to Be a Writer? - by K. M. Weiland
Engaging the Reluctant Reader - by Karen Pokras Toz
Writer's Block - by Adam Wallace
Using Social Media to Help Your Writing - by Melissa Gijsbers
Scheduling Your Writing Life to Maximize Your Output - by Jo Michaels
Childhood Inspirations - by Kimberly Kinrade
10 Things to Remember when Submitting Your Work to an Agent - by Carole Blake
How to Successfully Use Crowdfunding for Your Book Project - by Emma and Margo Gibbs
Happily Ever-Afters: What Makes a Satisfying Chapter Book Ending - by Lee Wardlaw
Balancing Home Life with Your Writing Career - by Barbara Mack
How ChaBooCha Helped Me Grow as a Writer - by Kelly McDonald
On Writing Badly and Redefining Failure - by Becca Puglisi
Writing Humor for Kids - by Amie Borst
Magical Realism - Turning Ordinary into Extraordinary! - by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Planning Your Story: A Checklist for Success - by Roz Morris
The Education Market and Chapter Books - by George Ivanoff
How to Write 50,000 Words in 14 Days - by Rebecca Fyfe
Series Writing 101 - by Emma Walton Hamilton
How to Reach Kid Lit Readers: Hone in on Power & Control - by Angela Ackerman
Crafting Convincing Villains - by Julie Anne Grasso
Effectiveness of Chapter Headings Vs No Chapter Headings - by Julieann Wallace
Structuring Your Story - by Adam Wallace
How to Outline Your Novel before You Write - by Rebecca Fyfe
I cannot wait to start :) and hopefully this year I will be able to finish :) You have some great writers lined up :) And the badge is very cute :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Bron! My husband drew the badge and I colored it for the computer. Good luck this month!Delete
Love the badge, looking forward to this once again. Just hope I can get it done, while I finish all my editing and get a book published. Going to be a very big month!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a busy month ahead for you, Ashley. But I know you well enough to know you'll ace it all!Delete
Becky...I'm just remembering that I wanted to do this challenge...I hope it is not too late. :)ReplyDelete
Glad you're joining us, Vivian! It's not too late!Delete