No, this isn’t an article about hyperactivity in children, nor is it a play on some forced abbreviation you need to fit within your 140 characters on Twitter. HAHD #6 is the final challenge in an article writing contest organised by ezinearticles where writers try to complete and submit one hundred articles within one hundred days, between January 10 and April 19. It’s a challenge I have been thinking about having a go at, supposing that my still busy schedule allows that much time and effort, but I’m not too sure that my writing skills and imagination are up to it yet.
In essence, as you can read here, each author has to produce and upload 100 articles of at least 400 words to the website which then need to be approved. The approval date is not quite so important, as long as the articles are in the queue they count. And the quality has to be right too, ezinearticles is one of the few sites which actually reads through and approves articles before they are released, which is probably one of the reasons Alexa ranks them as #100 in their worldwide listings.
Regardless, I’m going to see how far I come with the challenge and the, if it looks like I might be able to meet the stringent standards required, I’ll sign up for it. Anyone care to suggest good subjects or titles for me to write about? That, you see, is one of my greatest worries, that the ideas will dry up at the wrong moment …
Love & Kisses, Viki.