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Isabelle QuiltyKatVsAnimeBrian.C.SloanCalypso1123
1Min Each
4
ENTRIES
Omen Short Story/Poetry contest!
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PG-13
8
756
1
Creator's
Pick

The rules to this competition and the duration is short and sweet because I'll be going overseas very soon!

- 500 words max

- The theme is omens

- Can be a poem or a short story, up to you

Maybe the omen is for dark times ahead or one of hope, this literary tool of the occult and Shakespeare is unpredictable as it is untrustworthy. Good luck everyone.

Words
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Omen Short Story/Poetry contest!

The rules to this competition and the duration is short and sweet because I'll be going overseas very soon!

- 500 words max

- The theme is omens

- Can be a poem or a short story, up to you

Maybe the omen is for dark times ahead or one of hope, this literary tool of the occult and Shakespeare is unpredictable as it is untrustworthy. Good luck everyone.

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tidwavesFreattetteChloe Quinn
4Mins Each
2
ENTRIES
Different worlds
✪ Submission Closed
PG-13
0
340
0
Creator's
Pick

Write a story about a character's discovery of something from a different world. 500 - 2500 words long.

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Different worlds

Write a story about a character's discovery of something from a different world. 500 - 2500 words long.

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DavrielleSophia LaneyLitterator
8Mins Each
8
ISSUES
Autumn Sonata (NaNoWriMo 2015)
Updated Nov 14, 2015
PG-13
22
3069
15
School
Friendship

Ten year-old Violet Hudson falls in love with the piano after hearing Alexander Kafka, a renowned collegiate level child prodigy at a world class competition. She vows that she would become as prolific as him -- and as famous. Seven years later, she is hailed as a prodigy.  She is endowed with a scholarship for one of New York's most prestigious music conservatories and she accepts it, knowing that it will help advance her in her musical talents. When she competes at her first world famous competition, she never expects the music conservatory's most talented student, Alexander Kafka, to sabotage her every move.

Romance
School
Friendship
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Full House

Autumn Sonata (NaNoWriMo 2015)

Ten year-old Violet Hudson falls in love with the piano after hearing Alexander Kafka, a renowned collegiate level child prodigy at a world class competition. She vows that she would become as prolific as him -- and as famous. Seven years later, she is hailed as a prodigy.  She is endowed with a scholarship for one of New York's most prestigious music conservatories and she accepts it, knowing that it will help advance her in her musical talents. When she competes at her first world famous competition, she never expects the music conservatory's most talented student, Alexander Kafka, to sabotage her every move.

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Full House
The Virtual ShadowKokiri-Hylian-HeroSeamus BrownJenifferJane Glass
1Min Each
5
ENTRIES
The coolest house ever
✪ Submission Closed
PG-13
16
1069
9
Creator's
Pick

Your inside a house that is in the forest. A typical horror event it could be bad...

BUT this house isn't! You'r in an awesome place with a bunch of cool stuff for the weekend!

You are to describe this cool and wonderful house at/under 150 words.

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The coolest house ever

Your inside a house that is in the forest. A typical horror event it could be bad...

BUT this house isn't! You'r in an awesome place with a bunch of cool stuff for the weekend!

You are to describe this cool and wonderful house at/under 150 words.

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I-Dont-Like-I-ObsessLij WynterImascribbleNathan Bishope
3Mins Each
3
ENTRIES
Character Talent Show
✪ Submission Closed
PG
13
2482
13
Community
Vote

Come one, come all, to the very first Penana Talent Show! Bring your best characters and put them to the test! Displays of grandeur and extreme skill are welcome, but beware, the readers are your judge! Appeal to their curiosity and you may just take home first place, but too much personality and you might just lose favor. The stage is yours...

In this contest, authors will write up an entry as to what your character's talent would be, should they ever enter a talent show! Get creative, and aim to please the audience! Here are the rules:

Authors:

-You may go into as much detail as you'd like about your character's act or talent, however, you may not describe the audience's reaction, as that will be the readers' jobs!

-Try to keep entries short enough to be no more than a 5 minute read.

-You may also react to other characters' entries, however, negative commentary and insults are not welcome! The entire point of this contest is to have fun, and salty people aren't fun. Encourage others to join and perform! :)

Readers:

-Your comments and likes will be the figurative reaction of the audience to the author's act. You are encouraged to display your enthusiasm through the comment section of each entry, and be sure to let the author know exactly how their act made the audience react! (Clapping, whistling, and standing ovations...yes!)

I just wanted to see if a concept like this would be successful! Have fun, and may the best talent win! :)

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Character Talent Show

Come one, come all, to the very first Penana Talent Show! Bring your best characters and put them to the test! Displays of grandeur and extreme skill are welcome, but beware, the readers are your judge! Appeal to their curiosity and you may just take home first place, but too much personality and you might just lose favor. The stage is yours...

In this contest, authors will write up an entry as to what your character's talent would be, should they ever enter a talent show! Get creative, and aim to please the audience! Here are the rules:

Authors:

-You may go into as much detail as you'd like about your character's act or talent, however, you may not describe the audience's reaction, as that will be the readers' jobs!

-Try to keep entries short enough to be no more than a 5 minute read.

-You may also react to other characters' entries, however, negative commentary and insults are not welcome! The entire point of this contest is to have fun, and salty people aren't fun. Encourage others to join and perform! :)

Readers:

-Your comments and likes will be the figurative reaction of the audience to the author's act. You are encouraged to display your enthusiasm through the comment section of each entry, and be sure to let the author know exactly how their act made the audience react! (Clapping, whistling, and standing ovations...yes!)

I just wanted to see if a concept like this would be successful! Have fun, and may the best talent win! :)

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