Wednesday, October 26, 2011

A Haunting Story...come join the fun!

Haunting - your invitation to write a 400-word story or poem this Friday 28.

Romantic Friday Writers, a weekly on-going blogfest run by L'Aussie and Francine Howarth, has an open challenge to everyone to write a 400-word story or poem on the theme Haunting for Friday 28 October. Well, er, that might just have something to do with Halloween?


What haunts you? Do you have a story or poem in the paranormal genre you could share, do ghosts or zombies inhabit your universe? Or do you have a character who is just plain haunted by what has happened in the past? Release your creative juices and pen a tasty banquet for the feast on Friday. Just remember to have an element of romance present in some form...

How do you enter your story?

  • Click here to go to the Romantic Friday Writers' website
  • Submit your direct story link to the linky (linky is now up here!)
  • Tweet using #RFWer to tell the twitterverse you've posted (optional) or post on facebook etc...
  • Find some time over the Halloween weekend to read other stories. What better way to spend the weekend while you suck on trick or treat candies?
  • If you're a member, your story is automatically up for Featured Writer, Runner Up or an Encouragement Award. If you're not a member, you're welcome to join - it's free! Remember, you don't have to be a member to post this week or any week!
Please join us! We'll have fun!

Happy Writing!

Spread the word! You're welcome to copy/paste this post to your blog! Tweet, facebook it too!

Re-post by request from Denise (L'Aussie). It's fun and rewarding and will challenge your writing skills. Give it a try. This week, blood, gore and creepy critters are on the venue. 
Nancy

8 comments:

Stephen Tremp said...

I'm not scared of much. Sometimes I wish I were, just to experience the thrill of being spooked.

I was spooked terribly once as a kid. Home alone with my little sister, Mom, Dad, and my two older siblings were out. We heard a mighty crash above our heads coming from our parents bedroom. Line a giant armoire falling over.

We ran out of the house. After a while we came back in and went up to their bedroom. Nothing was amiss. To this day we cannot explain that huge thundering boom. A poltergeist maybe?

N. R. Williams said...

A mystery for sure. Intriguing Stephen.
Nancy

The Golden Eagle said...

Thanks for the info!

N. R. Williams said...

You're welcome Golden
Nancy

George said...

Hi Nancy. Thanks or the repost. Can't wait for your story now.

Denise

N. R. Williams said...

Denise...or George. Must be your better half. You're welcome and I look forward to writing something.
Nancy

Jules said...

Actually I do have a ghost... and it is partial to pork-n-beans. :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

N. R. Williams said...

LOL Jules...that would make a fun story.
Nancy