With January over, the Writing Challenge for that month has ended. Want to see what I managed during that time? Check out Scattered on Wattpad!
Speaking of January, it seemed to simultaneously drag along and race by, and somehow we’ve entered up in February. With a little time taken to get our bearings again, it’s time to kick things off as usual with another Writing Challenge. This time, the trick is to use the Quick Character, Motive and Super Power Gens.
Use these Gens to write a short story, between 5,000 and 10,000 words (about 6 – 11 pages), before the 25th of the month.
Quick Character Gen (Free Use): Use this Gen to generate a character or two for your story. You may have as many characters as you like, and the characters can be main, secondary or background characters, as long as they are visible somewhere.
Motive Gen (Free use): Use this Gen to give a goal to one of your characters. This goal must apply to the main or secondary character.
Super Power Gen (Semi-restricted): Use this Gen to to choose up to TWO super powers for your chosen character. You may choose any combination of results that are generated.
You can write as many stories as you wish in any genres that you choose.
Send your stories to RanGen HERE (please don’t send them as attachments; put the story in the body of the email), and write your name (it doesn’t need to be your real name) and “February Writing Challenge” in the subject line. If you’re having trouble sending long stories in one email, split it in two and clearly mark both as part 1 and part 2.
Alternatively, you can create a free account on Wattpad and submit your stories there. Don’t forget to send me the link!
Be sure to include with your story the results of all the generators!