Keeping a Character Schedule: A Writing Contest09:00
It's time to announce the next bi-weekly writing challenge. If you're new to the challenges (or to WEbook) these are short writing exercises geared towards helping authors improve a specific aspect of their craft and promote a healthy discourse between contestants.
Submissions to the previous challenge, The Non-Dialogue Challenge are now closed. We'll announce the winners as soon as possible. Onto the next challenge:
The Character Schedule Challenge
Write a character's Thursday schedule (max 200 words)
Whether you're a serial killer, a superhero, or a dental technician, everyone has a schedule. You can tell a lot about someone based on how they organize their day, so this can be a fun and effective character development exercise.
You can block your character's time however you'd like (hourly blocks, ect.) but remember, as always, specifics and creativity are highly valued currency.
And a big thanks to Mouse_ , who's suggestion for a diary entry from a character inspired this challenge (we just took it in a slightly different direction).
TO SUBMIT, START A NEW CHAPTER FOR THIS PROJECT. THE DEADLINE TO ENTER IS FRIDAY OCTOBER 15, 2010 at 4 pm.
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