Starting a Writers Workshop

14 09 2008

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Hey everyone.. I decided to start an online writers workshop. I’ve come up with a task that was inspired by some projects on fictionpress.com

For the first task, I thought we’d start out with rewriting a nursery rhyme, fairy tale or fable into a short story, imitating your favorite author’s style. The genre doesn’t really matter. You can choose to write a drama, comedy, thriller, or horror.

The point is to let your imaginations run wild, and try not to limit yourselves.

I really do have high hopes for this project, and I’d really like all readers to join in. πŸ™‚

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Please post your comments here,
but your actual short stores in the
Writers Workshop page.

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14 responses

14 09 2008
ĐǻñĎáøðñ

mmm…
this should be…interesting to say the least!
can we write abt anything?

14 09 2008
archer612

Eee inshallah it will be πŸ™‚

Well, the first project is to write a short story based on a nursery rhyme, fairy tale or fable in the style of your favorite author.

Looking forward to reading yours ĐǻñĎáøðñ πŸ˜‰

14 09 2008
Aurous

This is interesting.. can’t wait to see the blogger’s creativity πŸ™‚

14 09 2008
amethystos

I don’t write in other people’s styles. I’ll pass on that one.

14 09 2008
amethystos

Oh and typo in the title πŸ˜›

14 09 2008
archer612

Aurous
πŸ™‚ yup!

Amethyst
1. Why? Does it have to do with you not being creative enough? πŸ˜›
But seriously though, why don’t you try?
2. Thanks. Corrected πŸ˜‰

15 09 2008
lone.rangeress.63

Well…i never refuse to trying out new stuff.. but lemme get this clear first, so u mean a story is begun and each writer continues on it by contributing his/her part?

hmm… i guess ill give it a go and see how it feels…

(Pssst.. Amethyst, perhaps ur contribution can give the story at hand that much needed twist;) throw in the towel, let’s see what this archer has in stock for us…)

15 09 2008
archer612

Actually.. each person picks a nursery rhyme, fairy tale or fable and rewrites it into a short story. Ya3ny basically, you write a short story inspired by a nursery rhyme, fairy tale or fable in the style of your favorite author.

For instance, I can use “Rock a by baby” and write a short horror story out of it in the style of Stephen King.

You gave me a great idea for Task # 2 :p
Beginning a story and each person continues it by contributing his/her own part, like you said!

15 09 2008
Amarantine

i wanna join the club πŸ˜‰

15 09 2008
archer612

Amarantine
It’s open to all readers and bloggers! πŸ˜€
Welcome to the workshop Amarantine πŸ˜‰

16 09 2008
Angel

heeeeeeeeey u πŸ˜€

ok first of all i was thrilled when i read this, it reminded me of our writer’s work shop at ku πŸ˜€

but i have to say that i share with amethyst the same comment. i didn’t like the idea of writing with some one else’ style. i mean i like the fairy tale part and how we could put our own twist into it. but i don’t want to write using other writer’s style 😦

please consider changing the rules a little bit πŸ˜€
AND it has nothing to do with being creative. the creative part is in the rewriting the tale of playing with it a little. but copying some one else would only mean that ur obsessed enough to know the style lol (hint hint ) πŸ˜€
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if you decide to change that rule let me know or post about it. i’ll be more than happy to be part of this πŸ˜‰

love u and miss u :*

16 09 2008
archer612

Heeeey! πŸ™‚ Missed you more wallah!

5ala9.. afa 3alaich.. the rules have been changed! πŸ˜‰

I’ll post the update right now πŸ™‚

love you too :* take care AnGeL!

20 09 2008
PaLoMiNo

walla nice:)

21 09 2008
archer612

Can’t wait to read your work PaLoMiNo πŸ˜‰
and welcome to the workshop!

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