Story Continuation Challenge

I am considering hosting a ‘story continuation’ challenge.

Each week, there would be a one line beginning provided with an open ending. The challenge would be to continue the story by writing the subsequent line, in the comments.

The 2-line story may take whatever shape the participants (you!) choose to give it.

The challenge would remain open until the time the next week’s prompt is shared.

You would even be free to use these comments as a prompt to develop a new story of your own and publish it on your own blog. (Would request you to mention relevant credits and include ping-backs, of course.)

What do you think of this idea? Does it seem interesting to you? Will you participate in a challenge like this?

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Author: Wandering Soul

A nomad at heart, love reading, travelling and photography and now trying to combine them all.

35 thoughts on “Story Continuation Challenge”

  1. Should be good, I tried doing something similar on an old blog I had, but my readership wasn’t that high so no one got involved! It’ll be great to read people’s contributions and get everyone’s imagination going.

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    1. Thank you. You’re so right. it’s indeed interesting to see the different direction each story takes. 🙂
      Hope to see you participate too 🙂

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    1. Awesome! I’m planning to post the first prompt on Monday.
      That would be great! The more the merrier, as that would mean 24 different stories for each participant to read 🙂 😀

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    1. A couple of sentences should be okay. But more than that would mean it has the potential to develop as a short story, and hence deserves longer space and better treatment as an independent post. What do you think?

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    1. Yes, and I am already trying to come up with the sentence prompts. I’m excited about this. Hope you will take part. 🙂

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