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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Ten Reasons to Sign Up for ScriptFever Today!

As you will know if you're a regular reader of my blog, ScriptFever is the challenge hosted on my forum to create a script (or scripts) of 100 pages for any dramatic medium in the month of April.

It's our attempt to fill the gap left after ScriptFrenzy closed earlier this year.

ScriptFever is getting very close now, so I wanted to give you one more chance to sign up if you haven't already. And to persuade you to join in the fun, here are seven great reasons for getting involved...

1. ScriptFever is free to join.

2. No previous experience of scriptwriting is needed (there will be plenty of help and advice available).

3. It's a great opportunity to challenge your writing skills and maybe discover a talent you didn't know you had.

4. You will have the support and encouragement of all your fellow participants to complete the challenge - lots of accountability partners to ensure you stay on track!

5. Everyone successfully completing the ScriptFever challenge (and proving it) will receive an attractive certificate they can print out.

6. They will also get a "Winner" logo in .jpg format they can proudly display on their blog or website.

7. And, thanks to the generosity of our sponsors WCCL/The Self Development Network, EVERYONE who completes ScriptFever successfully will receive a $10 voucher they can use against the cost of any of the company's wide range of writing courses and other products.

8. At the end of the month you will have a complete script (or scripts) that you will be able to polish and hopefully submit. Hollywood may be calling!

9. You will have the opportunity to bounce ideas off your fellow participants, and maybe even find writing partners or collaborators.

10. You will have the huge satisfaction of completing a substantial writing project within a month.

What more incentive do you need? You can read more about ScriptFever in this post I wrote when we launched the event. You can also click here to visit the dedicated ScriptFever board on my forum. Time is running short, so please do sign up now!

If you have any questions about ScriptFever, of course, please feel free to post them below.

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