That’s the Power of Love!
Valentine’s Day is around the corner and so now is the time to spread a little love in 2021 with some Valentine’s Day themed challenges.
Like my other challenges before I will judge your entries on the following.
1) How well the entry fits the prompt/description.
2) How well it ties into the theme of Valentine’s Day.
3) Overall creativity and fun.
All challenges will end on February 15th, and the winners be choosing the winners around that time. If you have any questions about these challenges or what I may be looking for in these challenges, please feel free to send a message and ask me any time.
Most importantly, have fun and spread some love!
Prompt: Favorite fictional couple.
Description: Any couple in any work of fiction. Movies, TV, video games, comics, etc. If you have more than one favorite couple, create a list. Also, explain why they are your favoirte couple.
Word Count: 15-300
Prompt: Favorite real-life couple.
Description: Celebrities, historical figures, even people you know. Like the in the Fiction challenge if you have more than one favorite couple, create a list. Also, explain why they are your favoirte couple.
Word Count: 15-300
Prompt: The Ultimate ‘Roses are Red’ poem.
Description: Like it says in the prompt, try and write the ultimate ‘Roses are Red’ poem if you can.
Word Count: 15-30
Prompt: Since it is Valentine’s Day - and if this is your kind thing - write an erotic story/poem.
Description: Any style and format goes. If you feel the need to warn any sensitive readers, fill free to label your post NSFW.
Word Count: 15-1000
Prompt: Why is it better to love than to hate.
Description: Just as the prompt says, explain why it is better to love someone rather than to hate. Any style and format is welcome.
Word Count: 15-500
Prompt: Write a poem or a song for LGBTQ+ couples everywhere.
Description: There aren’t enough poems or songs for LGBTQ+ couples. So let’s try and fix that. See if you can write a poem or a song for a same sex couple somewhere. Let them know that their love for each other matters.
Word Count: 15-350
Prompt: Angels and Demons... in love!
Description: Write a poem or short story with this premise: an angel and a demon in love.
Word Count: 100-500
Prompt: Your favorite romantic movie.
Description: What is your favorite romance movie you like to watch. If you got more than one favorite, make a list. Also explain why it is your favorite movie and why others should love it too.
Word Count: 100-1000
Prompt: Valentine’s Day Hoedown!
Description: See if you can come up with a Whose Line Is It Anyway style hoedown for Valentine’s Day. The theme for this hoedown is ‘First Date’. See if you can write one or a series of Whose Line hoedowns to a first date.
Word Count: 15-250
Prompt: Things you shouldn’t say on your first date.
Description: Write something that you shouldn’t say on your first date. The most hilarious one wins.
Word Count: 15-50
Prompt: The first conversation/date between Adam and Eve.
Description: Come up with a funny scenerio or some funny dialogue on what the first date or how the first conversation between Adam and Eve went down. Most hilarious entry wins.
Word Count: 15-150