Weekly Writing Challenge: Using Forms Creatively (Part 1 of 2)


PLEASE NOTE THIS FORM HAS NOW CLOSED, THE RESULTS CAN BE VIEWED

HERE

For some of us, blogging is personal. Others are trying to educate or entertain; many more are hybrids. Yet we’re all storytellers. Creative Writing Challenges help you to push your writing boundaries, show off your blogging chops, and, hopefully, spark more post ideas.

This week, The Daily Post is asking us to utilise the Forms options on our posts as part of the Weekly Writing Challenge, split into 2 parts I will hopefully be able to firstly gather the required information needed to then be able to write up the 2nd phase of this challenge. I am really hoping that enough people can contribute to this, so please, don’t be shy and get involved! 🙂

Basically, due to a fantastic response last week for my short fiction Through The Door, I have decided to pursue this further and potentially create an ongoing piece of fiction that I am ‘hoping’ to add an element of interactivity to. Essentially, as the story progresses and the character(s) have been built up, I will continue to use the forms (as seen below) to ask the readers for suggestions as to how the narrative can develop.

Firstly I need to make a decision on the theme. You will see below 3 distinct ‘settings’ for this ‘interactive fiction’, I want you, the reader to tell me which 1 of those you would prefer to read and more importantly tell me why you made that decision, if possible!

Please only select 1 option as I would like to get a clear and true result of what YOU really want to read!

Thank You in advance!

~MattsDen101~

In relation to :- http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/13/writing-challenge-forms

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3 thoughts on “Weekly Writing Challenge: Using Forms Creatively (Part 1 of 2)

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  3. […] and then write up the 2nd phase of this challenge. The first part of this exercise can be found HERE, where I asked readers to choose 1 of 3 Genre ‘settings’ for a new […]

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