Write a story about someone still in school who acts in a way not expected of them. A high school student who does decidedly un-high school student-like things. A "thug" who writes the "Dear Abby" column in a local paper. A geek who is aiming to join the armed forces. The star athlete at university on a sports scholarship who goes to local hackathons when she's in need of some extra cash.
Break some stereotypes.
It doesn't necessarily need to be "secret" (the daredevil punk at the community college - it's a mystery how he has such a clean record/is still alive after he tumbled down all those stairs after flying off of his skateboard - could be a well-acknowledged worker at the senator's presidential campaign office; you just wouldn't know right away).
It doesn't need to be that this "secret" quality negates their other behavior (the "slut" still enjoys her active promiscuity while she defends her state-wide science fair champion title for the sixth time in a row her senior year).
- include at least one scene at the actual school
- preferably none of this "underneath it all, you're actually very smart and you don't realize it" -- these characters already know
- PG-13 rating
- no word limit
- creator's pick
- have fun!
*Creator's note: I have "Hello" by Adele stuck in my head right now and I am entirely okay with it.
Like the title suggests, write a piece about why you smile. Is it a special memory, a friend, that certain song. Any length. Write it anyway you want, I just want to know what makes you smile
If life was an object, what would it be?
Write about life in no more than five words.
Judging will be based on creativity, how interesting it is and how well it sums up life.
you can enter up to three times.
Finish this phrase:
He took a long, shaky breath, "Listen I..."
Feel free to write a whole story, finish the phrase, write a script, or write a poem. Do whatever you think feels right!
I wish you the best of luck!
I am sure many of you are familiar with the 'Create Your Own Writer's Quote' contest series. How about changing up the perspective a little bit?
In this contest, create a concise quote from the perspective of a reader. Tell us how you read and imagine with a unique reader quote!
Recently I went camping and played truth or dare. When some picked Truth I asked him what was his worse date he has ever experienced. Let me tell you, what he said was one of the most hilarious things I've ever heard, so I'd like to hear how bad you think a date can get. Can be fictional or not.
It just has to include:
A comedy genre
Some sort of food involved
And a surprise of some sort( Whether the surprise is good or bad you decide)
The word limit is 2008, because I'm a sucker for the number eight.
And because it is the month of the year, I decided to make a part 2!
The rules are still the same:
Be creative and write your own 2-sentence horror story. There is no word limit (As long as it's two sentences. No more. No less.)
Happy All Hallow's Eve! ^^
Write a comeback to one of the three insults: 1) "Honey, if you’re going to be two-faced, at least make one of them pretty.” 2) "Whoever told you you’re smart, must have never spent a full minute with you." 3) “Anyone who told you to be yourself could not have given you worse advice."I will pick one winner from each insult and then rank those three as 1st, 2nd or 3rd place. When you do enter a comeback make sure to quote the insult you are answering to or put the number somewhere so I will be able to tell which insult you are responding to.***You may enter more than once.***Thank you and have fun!
This is the first contest that I've produced and since I've had this idea for quite sometime, I decided to put it into a contest! You can write any genre that you want but it has to include:
>some kind of romance>delinquents>a bracelet> the word 'unicorn'and 'you're toast'>happy ending(I'm a sucker for this >.<) Word limit :2000 wordsI hope this is interesting enough! All the best~ :D