The blank page can feel intimidating.
And getting more words out can feel like pulling teeth.
But we've discovered how to help writers get more words on the page.
It's called Crazy Writing Week.
We've run this annual group challenge for five years.
And each year? The average participant writes 4,000 words in one week.
These weren't all super disciplined writers before the week.
They were normal high school and college aged students...just like you.
But suddenly, they have the support they needed.
And they start making serious progress:
Last year, 1,500+ students wrote an average of 4,000 words per person over the course of the week! So we think the results and testimonials on this page speak for themselves.
Any writer between the ages of 13 & 25 is welcome to join us.
You can write on paper, on a computer, on a phone, or anywhere else! We'll just ask you to tell us how many words you write if you want to earn points for your team.
Nope! You can write whenever you like. But you do have to clock in and out on our website. We call it "sprinting" and we'll teach you how it works.
Once you join, we'll give you more details on how you can report how many words you write each day.