Every week in the LitWit Challenge we give you an assignment. We’ve asked you to reveal some deep dark secret (Some secrets were so dark you asked that they be deleted). We’ve had a competition for the worst ex (Yours are horrendous. We’re impressed). We’ve asked you to remake classic literature in Carlo J. Caparas mode, translate Gatsby into Filipino, and write mash-ups of mythical monsters and historical figures. We’ve asked you to write stories involving tennis (Oddly all your tennis stories involved sex), to describe the aftermath of debauchery (Obviously more sex), and to spin tales based on a photograph (Even more sex).
And you have delivered. You’re good. What else can we make you do?
We can toss you a LitWit Challenge with no clear instructions. Just this piece of music. Click on the link.
The music is from a famous French movie. You don’t have to know what it is, but if you do, bravo.
Now write us a story in 1,000 words or less that goes with this piece of music. Think of it as the theme music for your story.
And some consolation prizes. The Weekly LitWit Challenge is brought to you by our friends at National Bookstore.