Master Class Session 4: Weekly Challenge

Storch-BadgeIf you are looking for the biweekly and monthly challenges, click here. Don’t forget that the monthly challenge is due by Friday. Voting on the best story will begin on Saturday and the winner will be announced on Monday.  A new monthly prompt will go live August 4.

So, last week, Kir offered the word “coppertone” to challenge you. I’m the only one who responded, continuing the western I started for Studio 30+. You can see how I used coppertone in “Judgment Coming.”

This week I am offering you the word

precondition(s/ed)

for the weekly word challenge.

Your piece should be 320 words or less and contain the word prompt within the body somewhere. The linkup will be live until Monday, July 28 6:00 pm EST.

I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

The link up is now live! Don’t forget to check out the biweekly and monthly prompts, too!

Ready? Set? Write!

Stephanie

Stephanie Ayers is a full-time world-building ninja and part time freelancer from central Virginia, crafting her own story and avoiding growing up at all costs. She mothers her children, loves her husband, attends church, and avoids all things zombies. Stephanie has been a regular contributor and leader for Bloggy Moms and Just Be Enough, currently writes content for Blogmutt and is the fiction editor for Eat Sleep Write. Her debut novella, Til Death Do Us Part, was published by Bannerwing Books in 2013, and her work appears in several anthologies and collections, notably Precipice 2 and Flash Fiction: 1x50x100. Her poetry has been featured in magazines and as podcasts on Eat Sleep Write. You can find her other author pages on Amazon, Goodreads, and Smashwords.

17 comments

      • Actually, I think I jumped the gun. I wrote to the prompt “preconditioned” and want to link that. Does the linky for that go live Tuesday?

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        • No. Preconditioned ended last Monday, LOL. I have a story I started and never had time to finish for that one too. You are fine. I like your word choice. :)

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    • It’s very easy. Just write it and post it on your blog. Click on the link up at the bottom of my post, then copy the url from your address bar and insert your information there. I think the linkup shows up weird, so you should put your url in the first box, your name in the second, and your email in the third, then click enter. Voila! You’re in!

      Welcome to the class!

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