Master Class Summer Session 3: Weekly and Biweekly Challenges

Storch-BadgeSo, at least there seems to be a little bit more participation with the triple prompts.

Our word for last week was “shenanigans”.

Kir took advantage of the weekly prompts by combining two of them together and giving us another part to her angel story. This is one you really must read!

The professor chimed in with a new serial involving four teens and a magic school.

And then, there was the biweekly prompt, which was from Cassandra Clare’s Mortal Instruments: City of Bones: “Sarcasm is the last refuge of the imaginatively bankrupt.”

Tara of Thin Spiral Notebook got her assignment turned in. This was a clever tale called Bookworm.

We still have our monthly prompt out there, which is due Friday, July 25, 2014 at 9:00 PM EST. Once the link up is officially closed, we will spend the weekend voting on our favorite, and the author of that story will choose the prompt for August. Here’s the prompt, which can be used anywhere in your story:

Master-Class-chalkboard-Summer-2014-July

 

You can find that link up on the original post here.

(or you can link up here):

And now, here is your new BIWEEKLY prompt, brought to you by my sister and best friend, during one of our summer outings:

Aquia Landing flip flop

You have 1,000 words for whatever this picture inspires, and you have until Monday, July 28, 2014 at 9:00 PM EST.

The link up for this prompt is here:

Your word for this week is brought to you by Kir:

coppertone

You have 320 words. You can use the word as a title or within the piece itself. This assignment is due Monday, July 21, 2014 at 6:00 pm EST. You can linkup your coppertone here:

 

Guess what?

The linkups are LIVE!

Dive right in!

If you tweet about it, use the #MCprompt hashtag and I’ll make sure it gets retweeted. You should probably be following me, @theauthorSAM, too.

Ready? Set? Write!

 

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