It’s not too late!
There’s still a week until Christmas, so let us know if you are on Santa’s naughty or nice list, and what you want to see under the Christmas tree on Christmas morning! And some other stuff.
Cos during the holidays, traditions ROCK.
Other times… meh.
Oh, and after you are warmed up with the fluff, answer the last question. THAT’s really the challenge.
From there, you know the drill: post a reply, link to your blog and reference this blog so I get credit with the big man (for taking care of our fellow writer types, of course – by giving them ideas. Some were good. That whole haiku thing was fun. It wasn’t all a waste of time!)
- Naughty or nice?
- Under the tree I want to see…
- Do you open presents Christmas Eve or Christmas Day?
- A visit to the relatives involved (you go see them or they come see you)
- Go to Church?
- Big family dinner?
- big family brunch?
- Booze??? Anybody cross the line every year?
- Anybody cross the line under the mistletoe?
- Best Christmas EVER – you have 1,000 words to tell us about the best Christmas you ever had. Make us misty eyed for your personal Rosebud sled! Great writing has to be personal.
Get after it!
Note: Since they have taken place on Fridays, there will NOT be a writing challenge next Friday – on Christmas Day – unless I get VERY creative and/or drunk. Then, all bets are off. Also, don’t expect one on the following Friday – New Year’s Day, for what are probably obvious reasons. In fact, don’t expect any next year at all, really, unless we get better participation… But you never know. Because fun.
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Dan Alatorre is the author of several bestsellers and the hilarious upcoming novel “Poggibonsi: an italian misadventure.” Click HERE to check out his other works.