This challenge has ended!
A tiny, intense genre is constrained writing. You’re doing it already, writing under the constraint of 1,024 characters. Another interesting constraint is avoidance of a very common letter, as in the French novel “A Void.” It’s 50,000 words long, none of which contains the letter “E”. Read about it here, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Void
Write a story that does not contain the letter “A”.
Balance restored; good job.
All bags packed, and stacked at grandmothers back garden! Can’t wait!
“The Word,” by Job. A compelling little gem with a surprise at the end, and no violations of the “No A” rule.
Job, your prize is an all-expenses-paid trip for two to Duck Creek Village, Utah on the Goodyear blimp. Just put your suitcases in the back yard, we’ll be along shortly. While you’re waiting you can think up a message for display to the entire nation on the blimp’s electronic billboard—no A’s, now.
Erm, winner? Am I supposed to pick one? Okay, I will do that, tho reluctantly; several entries were quite good.
when will the winner be announced?
You could always write about something that has a lot of the forbidden letters in it. That would make it even more difficult. Write about, lava, a gala, magma, arias, auras, avatars, azaleas, or papaya.
Yeah but about what? gotta give me some kinda topic bro :( The reason I come to this site is I get some kind of a starting point haha
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