-- You rock! Yes, you! Writers and readers alike are responsible for making this Gallery great. It isn't just a tiny folder of poems anymore; we have butterflies and guns, touching tales and UFO abductions. This is what I wanted; every kind of story, long and short, for everyone to read. --
Do you have a short story, 500 words or less, that you want to give to Scratch? Feel free to post it here. Although it may not be the biggest, I hope that this unique gallery will attract all kinds of writers from across Scratch to decorate the Comments list with colorful and imaginative writing!
If your story is long, you can make a project and make the story its description. I will update the description to the 2 best 500- words stories, the 3 best 500+ word stories (On your projects) and the Random Story of the Fortnight (Two weeks- this is based on luck, not skill.) Feel free to compete for these titles and have your works viewed by everyone!
This gallery is updated every week. I will look through all the comments, so don't feel hesitant to post. Please do not copy others' writing. Everyone who gets featured in the description will be in the Honorary Writers section forever, regardless of whether someone else takes their place in the ranks.
1. When Paranoia Sets In – Creepy, but quite fun to read. I wish there was more. Cool animated project.
2. Because I am who I am - Love it. Read this one. (Although it's a project, it's a poem, so it's in the Short Stories section.)
This rocks. You're definitely missing out if you haven't read this. It's one of those great stories where you just get lost in the writing. Although it's not necessary, you should read the previous chapter, &quot;My SciFi Story&quot;, to get the full experience.
2. Taming the Wind-
Wonderful fairy tale that really needs a sequel. A good example of a short, descriptive, and happy story.
3. Butterfly Trails- Wonderful, sad, and well-written. Definitely worth your time.
--Random Story of the Fortnight—
1. Captain Proton-
When you write a short story, you want your readers to want more. PerspectiveDesigns accomplishes this. Beg him for a sequel :D