Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Let's play a game and write a story!


Let's play a little game. . . the more people involved. . . the better so tell all your friends! 

I am going to put one sentence (in blue)  in this post.  And you are going to have three days to write a short story based off of the one sentence I give you. 
The best story wins!  (Winner chosen by three anonymous  judges)

The winner will receive a fun Fairy tale related prize pack! 

And now. . .. your sentence.   

  A dangerous path lay before me.  My own life would be saved if I decided to walk away. . . but would it be worth it? 

Details and Rules: 

Your story must be longer than 300 words but no longer than 10,000 words.  
Your story must have a beginning, middle and end. 
The sentence I have given you, MUST be in your story. 
This contest begins March 6th at Midnight and ends on March 9th at Midnight.  The winner will be selected shortly after.  
For every friends that you get to enter this contest, you will gain an extra point.  (Please make sure to tell me that you referred them) 
You can enter your story in the comments but if you would rather not you can e-mail me: nothought2small(at)gmail(dot)com
Please include a link to your blog in your comment/e-mail. 

And now. . . have fun and go write a short story! 

6 comments:

  1. This sounds like an amazing contest, but I'm sorry that I won't have time to participate. I just came over from your A to Z post, and wanted to say "hi!" I'm glad you're co-hosting, and I hope to see more of you! Julie

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    1. Thank you! It's wonderful to meet you.

      Konstanz

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  2. Oh, you devil, you. I'm sooooo tempted. But I'm in the middle of sending out queries and need all my time for that. Can't wait to see what others write though.

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    1. :) It will be fun. . .

      Good luck with your querying!

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  3. Tempting, but too much going on this month!

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    1. That seems to be most people's issue at the moment. Too much to do. . .

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