Welcome to The Wacky Weekend Challenge hosted by The Dark Netizen. So, here’s how the challenge goes:
I post a word as the challenge word. Your mission should you choose to accept the challenge is to weave magic with your writing using the word in any form. It could be used as a theme, as a part of a post, as a part of the word, anything goes as long as you use the word. The challenge will run for a duration of a week, and a new challenge will be issued every week.
Simply, leave a comment below my challenge post, mentioning the link to your post.
Here are some rules:
You have to make use of the challenge word
Your response to the challenge can be any form of writing: stories, poems, poems that tell stories, jokes, anything goes as far as it does not exceed the word count of 200 words.
Do leave a link to your post in the comments.
Do check out the responses of other creative minds who choose to participate.
Enough of the rules now, too many rules spoil the fun! 😉
I hope everyone has fun, and learns much from each other!
The cauldron steamed and bubbled as the little witch tried her best to follow the recipe given in her book. Suddenly, Wanda heard a howl coming from the woods. Ignoring it, she continued stirring. Within moments, she heard knocking on her door.
She opened the door to reveal a huge wolf staring hungrily. Shivering, she asked him.
“Yes, Mister Wolf?”
He smacked his lips.
“Make sure you add extra pepper.”
Wanda was confused. She ran back into the kitchen and checked the book.
Wanda had been using a cook-book by mistake…
Word Count: 100
This was a children’s story written for Susanna Leonard Hill’s