Hello and welcome to
This is the coziest corner of Scratch; a little nook of books! Lose yourself in the pages and let your imagination get swept away...
Whether you're a #1 New York Times bestselling author or a kid who wants to get their work known,
THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU!
Imagine sitting down, curling up with a nice pile of thick books and just losing yourself in their pages...
And then turning to your computer/notebook and spending a few hours pouring out your imagination onto the blank pages.
Writers who completed the challenge:
Winner of last competition: @NavyBluePolarBear
Meet the managers:
Just ask! We'll invite you!
What projects go here?
- Anything writing related: stories, original songs, poems, writing tips, and more!
- Completely original (inspired is ok! So is fan-fic)
- CREATIVE! (No non-fiction, unless it is a 'story' of some sort)
- Your own! Only add projects with peoples' permission—don't just go around adding random people's projects!
Do you want to become a manager?
Please don't ask! Be very active around the studio (answer questions and reply to comments), and one of the managers will ask you if you want to be a manager. Say yes, and you're a manager!
• Invite anyone who wants to join
• Promote anyone who meets the requirements.
• Don't drastically change the description! (You can change and add quotes, tips and suggestions, etc.)
Thanks to @Creativegirl9 we now have "Story Requests!" Just comment in the comments a request for a short story, and someone will hopefully see it and respond!
@applefox23 requests a short story!
Writing tips (max. 2; delete & replace)
@InspireBookz : I have a tip for writing that I think everyone should know about, and that's how to cure writer's block. When you write, always add in elements of strength but also weakness. Put a part of yourself into your characters, for instance, I have a fear of heights so by placing this trait in someone, I will feel compelled to describe this fear and invoke emotions in your readers.
@Chess9: Make interesting characters. Make them human, nobody's perfect! Make them have unique character traits and personality that they act on. Make there speech and actions reflect that personality. This will make your readers want to read your book, and make the more dull parts of your book less boring.
Suggest tips in the comments!
Inspiring Quotes (max. 2):
"To create one's own world takes courage."
"All things great are wound up with all things small."
- L.M Montgomery
Suggest quotes in the comments!
Managers, only 3 books at a time! If there's no room, delete a book and replace it with the new suggestion!
1. Little Women by Louisa May Alcott
2. Dawn of Wonder by Jonathan Renshaw
3. The Miraculous by Jess Redman
Suggest books in the comments!
(Next poll coming 7/1/20!)
How many books do you like to read per month?
Previous Poll Winner: Favorite genre is fantasy
Writing Prompts (max 1):
Make a playlist of your favorite songs or just turn on the radio and wait for a song to start. The first sentence sung is the summary of the story you are writing :D