Can a Kitten Help You Write?

If you’re looking for a little positive reinforcement to help you write, Written? Kitten! might be just what you need. I’ve written about Write or Die in the past — the site that provides a stick to help you keep writing. (You get punishments for not keeping up your word count, ranging from annoying sounds and music to your words actually being deleted if you don’t write fast enough.) But Written? Kitten! offers up a carrot instead of a stick. If you like adorable pictures of kittens, that is.

For every 100 words you write, a new photo of one of the little cuties appears. Check it out, and see if it gets you cranking out the words. Or, for an interesting test, try both Write or Die and Written? Kitten! and find out whether you respond better to positive or negative stimulus.

Let me know how it goes in the comments!

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