In early February, Laird Sapir created the first 2012 WikiRandom 3-Sentence Writer’s Challenge. Somehow, I managed to snag the title and with it, the charge of bringing the second challenge to my readers. I hope a lot of you will enter because it is really fun to read the entries and because I got so much out of writing my entry for the last contest (see my post about this).
So here goes:
The Challenge: Create (preferably off the top of your head) a three-sentence story based upon the following prompt, which I’ve chosen at random by hitting Wikipedia’s “random article” button.
The Rules: You must use the prompt in a sentence. Post your three sentences below in the comments area.
The winner (who will be announced on Tuesday March 27th) will receive, in Laird’s words (which made me giggle), “adoration and praise and a nifty badge to display” on his or her website, and the judge’s mantle for the next challenge which they will host on their blog in April, on a day of their own choosing. If they don’t have a blog, then we’ll figure out together where the next contest will be held.
Trust me when I say it’s worth giving it a shot.
THE PROMPT: ‘an organic reaction’
Have fun! Come back to read the entries as they come in and look for next Tuesday’s announcement of the winner and runners-up!
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