It's the end of summer and Jane is ready to do something crazy. What is it? You have 300-2,000 words to tell me. You have one week. Good luck.
So, take the following three, and write the first chapter of a book with them.
Twelve year old little sister
and, (because I do this all the time) if you write it and want to continue writing, I would SO love to read it, or help write it
keep this pg guys!
The goal is to perk my interest, which will mean good character, good plot, and the want to keep reading. I also hate reading through a ton ton of spelling and grammar mistakes, so be careful with that as well!
You can use anything from 300-20,000 words, so have fun!
So you have to take this
The scream I heard come from room made my heart skip a beat. I ran towards the door.
and continue it.
I will be deciding on creativity, grammar, spelling, and just how well you did overall.
Go for 500-2000 words. You have two week, have fun!
We are all very aware of story clichés. Love at first sight, heroes who slay all the dangerous monsters with just his bare face, girls who talk all day long for the sake of talking, teenagers getting slashed by chainsaws, and that one good looking girl or boy who takes all other girls' or boys' breaths away. In other words, we always avoid story clichés. This time, I want you to write the most cliché short story possible under 2,000 words. Make it about anything you want as long as it is PG-13 or under.
Readers, this contest is based on like count, so instead of picking the most original stories, pick the most clichéd stories you read. It'll be fun.
Two entries per person and four weeks starting August 4, 2016. So what are you waiting for? Use all the story clichés you can. Have fun!
Just like last time, you write your entry using one each of the titles and themes given below. Your entry will be judged on creative use of the materials given and grammar.
1. No profanity, sensuality, or heavy gore.
2. Entry must be between 500 to 3,000 words.
3. A title and/or theme combination may be used more than once by several different people.
4. One entry per person.
2. More than Family
3. Titanium Steel
5. Officer Discord
6. Last Words
3. slice of life, or normal
6. other (your choice of theme not provided above.)
Since it went so well last time, I decided to revive this again. Have fun and write from the heart!
This challenge is to honor the current season, Fall.
Write a short story that includes one vivid description of the Fall. The topic and genre can be anything you wish.
The only two requirements are that:
1) there must be at least one vivid description of the Fall,
2) and the word count must be at least greater than 200.
I will be picking the winner based on:
1) how creative the entry is,
2) how vivid the description of Fall is,
3) and how well rounded the main character is.
You have 4 weeks to complete this challenge.
Bon chance and have fun!