Jalana Laxyn Wins December Writing Challenge
Congratulations to Jess, the writer behind Jalana Laxyn, whose short story “The mightiest warrior of them all” has won the December 2012 Writing Challenge! This is the writer’s first entry and first win.
Kali Nicholotti & Diego Herrera Win November Writing Challenge
Congratulations to these two COs, whose “Empty Skies Over Tokyo” and “Guts and Glory!” (respectively) tied for first place in the November Writing Challenge. Double congratulations to Marissa, the writer
Way Back When Week Writing Challenge
This month’s writing challenge, which ends on November 30th, takes its inspiration from Ongoing Worlds and their Way Back When Week competition. The idea of this contest is that you,
Sinda Essen: Winner of the September & October Writing Challenge
Congratulations to Chris, the writer behind Sinda Essen and Jhen Thelev, whose short story “Love is a battlefield” has won the September/October 2012 Writing Challenge! This is the writer’s fourth win, making
Writing Challenge Tips: SF Romance Novels
Returning to the regular schedule of the bi-monthly Writing Challenge we have a new theme, “Isn’t it Romantic?,” chosen by the writer behind Lieutenant Commander Velana, the winner of the
Velana: Winner of the August Writing Challenge
Congratulations to Kristen, the writer behind Velana, whose short story “The Life in a Moment” has won the special August Writing Challenge of 2012! This is the writer’s second win,
Writing Challenge Tips: Short Fiction
August’s theme is “A Moment In The Life Of…” Every entry must be under 1000 words for this round, which means that flash fiction and short-short stories would be ideal.
Alleran Tan: Winner of the July Writing Challenge
Congratulations once again to the writer behind Alleran Tan, who has won the July Writing Challenge with his story “Ethical Considerations”! This is his fourth win, an accomplishment unprecedented in
Writing Challenge Tips: First Person Fortnight Competition
This round of Writing Challenge is a bit different than usual, it doesn’t have a standard theme; instead, all stories must be written as a first person narrative . The
Switch Perspective for First Person Fortnight
OngoingWorlds.com is running their very own, First Person Fortnight Competition. Most RPG’s play in the 3rd person. This is and has been the preferred method for years. But we ask
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