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Nigerian writer set to break world record for marathon writing

A Nigerian writer, Chiamaka Stellamaris Nwede, says she will be attempting to break Guinness World Record for the longest writing marathon.

She stated this via a Facebook post, noting that she aims to write non-stop for 150 hours, creating captivating content for children.

Her goal is to set a new record for the longest continuous writing session dedicated to children’s literature.

Stellamaris said she aspires to inspire young minds, ignite their imagination and instil a love for reading through the extraordinary feat.

The writer in a chat told Iya Magazine that she has sent a message to GWR and awaiting response on criteria and guidelines for the competition.

“In preparation for this momentous challenge, I have meticulously planned my approach. I have carefully selected a wide range of exciting topics that will engage and captivate children of various ages.

“By creating an outline for each piece, I will ensure a cohesive and well-structured collection of written work.

“Recognizing the significance of delivering polished work, I have allocated specific time slots for editing. This will allow me to refine and enhance the quality of my writing, ensuring that each piece is of the highest standard.

“Through this Guinness Record attempt, I hope to leave a lasting impact on young readers, encouraging them to explore the wonders of literature and nurturing their love for storytelling.”

She expressed her readiness to face the challenge head-on, pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of writing.

“Together, let us embark on this extraordinary adventure and make history,” she urged.

Christiana Alabi-Akande
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