Sometimes, a picture is a thousand words. Other times, you have to ask: "How did this happen? Why didn't Santa come?" With some seemingly random products, how would that solve a mystery? Or make Santa happy?1587Please respect copyright.ＰＥＮＡＮＡnDRCbQ8PhY
The Contest Requirements
~ Write for the Prompts of the Week. Each Prompt will have separate guidelines.
~ Please use ALL (or most of) the provided objects/pictures within the prompt. Some prompts have extra credit opportunities.
~ For M - Rated Entries, please indicate that at the top of your entry.
~ The entries should have a Christmas theme (or take place on a December Holiday)
~ You have one week to submit each entry! Minimum word counts vary.1587Please respect copyright.ＰＥＮＡＮＡVVK7ncgEcK
~ For extra credit, give the writer constructive criticism. You may edit your pieces as much as you'd like.
~ The mandatory items may NOT be strewn in at one spot. It's okay if you say: "I got a doll, a toy sword, a phone, and a TV for Christmas," NOT "I got paint, a pyramid, a dog, tea, a phone, a TV, a toy sword and a doll." and end it with that. Put some heart into your creations!
~ The assigned picture should fit into your story (repaint this in your head; see it in action!) Be creative! Do not say "I saw this picture in a museum". What is its significance?
The entry with the most likes will be featured on the Christmas Break.
Merry Christmas and Happy Writing!1587Please respect copyright.ＰＥＮＡＮＡvRJjKnAnpW
This stuff has: Items, a picture, some characters, and maybe a quote to weave into one, comprehensible literary piece.1587Please respect copyright.ＰＥＮＡＮＡNbpjZBqsTtns 126.96.36.199da2