Yes, I actually said that because... Iâ€™m dumb.
I have a template I use for my SatWE challenges and, each week, I open that template, add seven days to the last one and come up with...
Yep, I actually set up a challenge for February 30 because I wasnâ€™t thinking. Um, that seems to happen a lot, but I finally recovered and realized this is the first Saturday of March.
That means weâ€™re going to write about the month of March, any holidays in this month, or anything that happened to you in this month.
This Weekâ€™s Challenge:
Use prose or poetry to write about the month of March, any holiday in the month, or anything that might have happened to you in this month. If you can match the stupidity that I displayed in the introduction, please include it. Iâ€™d hate to think Iâ€™m the only dumb person on Gather.
My older daughter was born this month and I have a story about that. Hmm, that isnâ€™t really an idea for you, is it? But, it might give you an idea about someone you know who was born this month.
Once again Iâ€™ll offer a link to one of those sites that lists weird holidays for the month ofÂ March. It lists many things that can supply some inspiration for a story.
Watch Out For:
Whatever you write, make sure it has something to do with the month of March.
The following submissions are exactly what I was hoping to read because you did everything I asked of you. If you havenâ€™t read these, Iâ€™d ask that you pay these writers the courtesy of looking at them.
What is moving the cup on the Ouija board? - SatWE (ESP)Â by Irina Dimitric
SATWE: Cuddles' 6th senseÂ by Ashley S.
satwe feb 23/13 ESPÂ by karen vaughan
Sat WE ~ ESP ~ LimerickÂ by Sensational Sadie Sexy Senior Sitizen
Perception (Saturday Writing Essential)Â by Shari ~Joyful1~ V.
Weekly reminder: Don't forget to recommend an article that you like (to learn why, read Ann Marcaida's article Attract More Writers and Artists to Gather!). Also, try to place a comment on at least one article and say more than you liked the piece. Tell the author what worked and what needs work.
- Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what youâ€™re supposed to do.
Challenge: Use prose or poetry to write about the month of March, any holiday in the month, or anything that might have happened to you in this month. If you can match the stupidity that I displayed in the introduction, please include it. Iâ€™d hate to think Iâ€™m the only dumb person on Gather.
- 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.
- Post to Gather Writing Essential.
- Tag your submission with SatWE.
- Include (Saturday Writing Essential) as part of your title.
- I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Friday afternoon.