Thank you for inviting us to your hometowns in last week's contest! We saw a wide variety of scenery and got a glimpse into what makes your home special to you. Well done!
The top four winners are:
You will be contacted about your prizes in the next 24 hours.
For this week, we're challenging you to create a story! But this won't be just any ordinary story. In your story, you may not use the letter 'c'. Instead, you must replace every use of 'c' with 'g'!
So, for example, I might write:
"It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen."
Which, I would need to change to:
"It was a bright gold day in April, and the glogks were striking thirteen."
Make sense? All 'c's in the previous lines were changed to 'g's, and hilarity ensued. Imagine if a whole story was told that way. It's up to you to make an entertaining story, replacing the letter 'c' with 'g'!
The theme of your story is: Storm. What was the great storm like? What happened during it? What was its result? Tell us all about it!
Entries may be submitted in a comment to this journal or as a deviation linked in a comment posted to this journal, and must be submitted by Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 11:59:59 PM PST.
We'll pick three winners who will receive a one-year Premium Membership, either for themselves or for another of their choosing. Winners will be chosen based on accuracy to the theme, creativity, and use of 'g' instead of 'c'.
Write a story about the rain glouds and gold in the great storm of 254 B.G, and you gould win an extended Premium Membership!