During the times of Greek Mythology, a child was born. Hmmmm. I love Greek Mythology. Â Hercules, Zeus, Hera. I loved creating a new goddess, Cat (short for Catlin) and I'm hoping you'll all join in on the fun. This will be a two part challenge. One for this week and one for next week.
Keep in mind, this is a monitored group and there are only a couple of rules, which are:
Make sure you put this (WWE, 1/2/13,Greek Mythology) in your title.
Be sure to tag it withÂ WWE, Gather Writing Essentials, Greek Mythology. Post to Gather Writing Essential.
I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.
There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If youâ€™re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.
Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what youâ€™re supposed to do and wonâ€™t think youâ€™re crazy.
Challenge: Take a known Greek god/goddess or create a new one and tell us the story that created a child. The baby part's very important because next week's challenge will involve this baby. Â The child can be purely mortal, but in some way, a god/goddess should play into the story.
BELOW ARE RESPONSES TO PRIOR CHALLENGES - CHECK THEM OUT.
Holiday romance prompt:
Holiday Romance A Christmas Love Story Part I, by Kevin E.
Holiday Romance A Christmas Love Story Part II, by Kevin E.
Holiday Romance A Christmas Love Story Part III, by Kevin E.
Emily's Holiday Romance, by Priya P.
Soul searching prompt:
Silent Auction, by Ittbac Bigu
Dentist's Office Lolita, by Doug Westberg
King of the World, by Ms Lee P.
The Crosser, by Sarah Leanne
The house of holiness, by Franklin Newman
A Fable for our times, by Karen Vaughan
Deal with the Devil Part One, by Angela A.
SOLD!, by Joann B.