I hold these truths to be self-evident:
- Dogs will always be puppies
- Cats will always be kitties
- New pens and paper will always make me happy
- It’s been far too long since I’ve had a contest
How many times have you read a book or story and fell in love with it only to be disappointed by the ending? We’ve all read a story we wished had a different ending.
Now’s your chance to fix that.
Using one thousand words or less, rewrite the ending to the book or story you always wanted to change. Comedy, drama, romance. Take your pick and fix that ending to be the one you had hoped to read the first time. Or if you just feel like fixing an ending for fun, do that too.
Always wished Prince Charming ended up with one of the dwarfs? Go for it!
Hoped Caroline Bingley would be become destitute and a scullery maid? Have at it!
The sky’s the limit (beside that whole word limit thing). Go nuts.
Three winners will be chosen based on creativity. Prizes include Writer’s Digest writing books, inspiration dice, and maybe a few surprise goodies.
Entries will be taken Monday June 2nd – Saturday June 7th until midnight Pacific Time. Winners will be announced June 14th.
Email entries to: RedsblogChallenge (at) GMX (dot) com
*Disclaimer* I mean no disrespect to an author’s vision or writing. No author can make everyone happy and we all understand that. This is just for fun.