Write a sentence to start a story

Write a sentence to start an engaging piece of work leaving reader's wondering what's going to happen next.

Happy Writing

The First Prize Winner will win the complete "Prize Pool" of . In this contest at least 2 submissions must be made for the vote to begin.

Deadline: Monday, February 1, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. EST.


Type
Fantasy
Entries
Not Blind
Entry Fee
5.00 member dollars
Potential Prize
90.00 member dollars
Deadline
Monday, February 1, 2010
Spots Left
0



Created by Writeaway...
Monitored by Writeaway...

This contest has ended. But there are over 50 other contests that you can enter. Click here to view our contest listing. Please click here to view the results of this contest.

This contest is open to all members. Past contest winners can join the contest.

A voting booth will be created shortly after the deadline is reached. At that time all participants will be contacted so they can vote.

The voting booth will include this summary of the contest:

    This is a topic based contest. Please consider the topic. Poets were not required to write specifically about the topic but it should be incorporated into the poem.

This contest is full. There are no reserved spots remaining. There are a limited number of entries.


A vote by writers will determine the winner. The decision is final. All members that submit a work are encouraged to vote.

One entry per person. New entries to the site only. If you already posted a work on FanStory.com that work is not eligible for a contest.

Click the link above to submit your entry. Members with reservations can use the link provided in their contest profile.

Members may not request votes, mention contest entries, or notify potential voters of the vote by private message or other means as specified in the contest terms. The site automatically checks for this form of communication. A break in the contest terms will result in the cancellation of the account. This contest is full.

In order to post your own writing you will need to create an account.

It's easy to get started. We only ask four questions to get you started.