News:

Author Topic: Fanfiction Prompt Challenge Discussion  (Read 9351 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

rhombus

  • Administrator
  • *
  • Posts: 5636
    • View Profile
Re: Fanfiction Prompt Challenge Discussion
« Reply #340 on: March 31, 2019, 04:24:25 pm »
Quote from: DiddyKF1 on March 31, 2019, 04:15:49 pmI was curious. Is there a length limit for prompt entries? I spent two months working on my February prompt, and completed it a few days ago. Yeah, I can sometimes be a fast writer because my priorities tend to shuffle. I've been having a hunch that my latest story would probably not make the list because it's so long and other readers couldn't possibly read a 20-chapter story in just a few days like I can.

I only didn't want to wake up tomorrow morning and suddenly yell out, "Hey, wait a minute!" I really need to stop being the shy guy around here. :sducky

@DiddyKF1

There is no explicit limit on the size of stories, though we do encourage people to keep it reasonable (no more than 10k words) if they want to have people to actually have time to review it. Just send me the links via PM and a description and I can add it to the list.  :yes


Go ahead and check out my fanfictions, The Seven Hunters, Songs of the Hunters, and Mender's Tale
Mender's Tale.

rhombus

  • Administrator
  • *
  • Posts: 5636
    • View Profile
Re: Fanfiction Prompt Challenge Discussion
« Reply #341 on: March 31, 2019, 06:15:29 pm »
There will probably be a slight extension on the February prompt challenge as Ducky123 is currently transferring his entry from paper to the forum, as seen here:
https://imgur.com/A2KBBAb

But as the chapter is obviously done, I will permit the extension.  :yes As soon as this is posted we can begin voting on the February prompt.

rhombus

  • Administrator
  • *
  • Posts: 5636
    • View Profile
Re: Fanfiction Prompt Challenge Discussion
« Reply #342 on: April 07, 2019, 06:47:30 pm »
Alright, everyone, this is just a reminder that we have two monthly prompt challenges that are currently active:

Quote
March 2019..............................Mar 1 – Apr 30

One word prompt: Conflict

Dialogue prompt: "This means that we fight."

Major prompt: A rather straightforward prompt this time: write a story that features battle as a major plot point.  The battle may be to defend a herd (for leaf-eaters), find success in a hunt (for sharpteeth), defends one’s reputation or standing, or for training purposes.


April 2019..............................Apr 1 – May 31   

One word prompt: Jokes

Dialogue prompt: “The hardest part about pranking [insert name or species here] is all of the running involved.”

Major prompt: Write a story where a practical joke, a prank, or some other humorous antic goes way too far in a non-tragic way.

As always, I look forward to your entries. :) Also please keep in mind that the voting for the February 2019 prompt is now ongoing in the voting topic.  If you had an entry for February 2019 then please vote for your favorite entry.