Ever thought of how cool it is to have different people write a cool, awesome story?
In this one, someone will start it off with whatever they choose. The next person will follow up with an entry following the previous post, and so on. Your job is to continue where the previous person left off until the end.
There will be no real judgement. Everyone gets points for participation!
The power is yours!
The sky's the limit!
At the end of the contest, everyone's entries will be featured in a story. Hey, you can vote on the title!
There is no assigned plot, so the adventure is yours!
Each week, there will be a prompt with the following info.
- 4 to 6 different objects
- A picture
- four random names
- A quote
1) Each entry should have the week's prompt labeled.
2) Each entry should have at least 100 words.
3) Feel free to continue yoyr entries in a story.
4) The winner will have their entries featured in the Random Muse Collection!
5) You can add as many parts as you want!
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?
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.
~ 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!
This stuff has: Items, a picture, some characters, and maybe a quote to weave into one, comprehensible literary piece.