Comments and suggestions please!
So, there is an Alliance Challenge on WorldAnvil and I am asking people to please check it out and tell me what you like about it, what you're confused about it, and what you think I could do to improve it. Find it at this link: https://www.worldanvil.com/w/Wynsumheord/a/the-mundbyrdian-sceadu-of-sundorwick-organization Please remember to tag me. Thanks all! God bless!
I'm just curious
What vibes do I give off? Like go stalk my page and tell me, what vibes do I give off? What type of person do you see me as? How do you imagine me? Including my physical features. Whoever lines up closest with how I see myself, wins.
Critical Review Contest!
As a writing community, sometimes the best way we can improve our own writing is to read and review each other's work - and to that end, I am offering a $30 prize to the most helpful review on my latest novella! The book is called Episodic Sleep Disorders, and it is a creepy historical mystery investigating a legendary but true series of werewolf attacks in France. It is less than 120 pages, and available on Amazon for $1, but you can get the book for free if you buy it between Friday, August 23rd and Tuesday, August 27th! Not only is it a free book, but you stand to win $30 for your review! GETTING PAID TO READ, Y'ALL! Here are the rules: 1. Go to https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SM95JR6 and get the book. 2. Read it, and if you sincerely enjoy it, feel free to leave a public review on Amazon (The public review is not a requirement). Please do not leave any insulting comments on Amazon - I think we can encourage and help each other in this community. 3. Write a constructive review here in this Prose Challenge. Tell me what you liked or didn't like, tell me what was well-written or horribly-written, offer me some suggestions for improvement. There is no minimum length for the review, and you don't even need to read the entire book - but of course, you stand a better chance of winning if you do. 4. DON'T HOLD BACK! I will not be offended or insulted by any criticism of my writing - I am sincerely trying to improve! But try to be constructive - that's how I will choose the winner! I will choose the most helpful review after 3 weeks and award the prize! Your critical reviews will be judged based upon your comprehension of the book and your thoughtful feedback, not on how flattering you write it (but of course, it helps if you mingle good comments among the criticism). Even if you don't win the prize, hopefully you will have enjoyed a book that you didn't have to pay for! Thanks for participating!
Which Title Do You Like?
Hey. Wanted to get all of your opinions of something. Would you grab a book with the title Incubus or Trepidation? You also have the knowledge that the books is dark fantasy. If you have a reason as to why it would be greatly appreciated!
The Aye’s Have It
Let’s take a poll! Pose a question for your fellow prosers to vote on. (And hopefully word it so that it sparks others interest) This challenge requires you to read others work, so it’s good for everyone. I’ve noticed a lot of arguing here recently, so my goal here is to help bring everyone back together. Which means you should keep in mind that arguing in the comments will disqualify you. Likes for answer A and comments for answer B. And please reprose each other! This way everyone gains visibility :) I’ll post one as well so that you have an example and I will be reprosing anyone who enters, however I will not be eligible obviously. Please avoid mass tagging as it will negatively affect our polling data ;) if you must mass tag please delete the comment before the challenge ends. I will select the winner so there’s no need to worry about if you are getting more likes or comments.
HELP!!! Working on a piece of prose and I find myself utterly absent the right words to describe what I mean. It all hinges on this concept >>> "Scientist is to Test Subject as Observer is to ..." <<< I need help filling in that blank! Share what you will and feel free to explain your entry!
Prose wants your feedback. If you owned Prose, what would you do next? Where would you take Prose to make it the best writing social network ever? The team will read each piece and decide who has the best ideas. The winner receives $25.