You're playing with your cat one day when suddenly, it speaks. What does it say to you, and how do you respond?
Welcome to the Storybird Winter Olympics! Finish this one-line writing prompt in the comments.
Imagine you have left Earth and traveled far out into space. Write a letter to someone you left behind.
Presenting the featured writers for January's poetry challenge—Best Intentions.
Extra, extra, read all about it! Storybird has officially become 255% more awesome.
Write a poem expressing your hopes for the new year. By putting it in writing, you're one step closer to making your dreams come true.
Congratulations to our featured writers this month! We hope you enjoy their New Year's do-overs.
It's New Year's Eve and you've been given the chance to do one thing over—to turn it all around. Choose wisely!
Congratulations to our Featured Writers on Storybird this month!
Show someone how much you care by writing them a book.
Trick or Treat! Here are a few of our favorite stories from the October Challenge.
In celebration of the year's most candy-packed holiday, October's writing challenge is going to be short and sweet. Write a picture book that takes place on one evening: Halloween. Your story should be short (maximum 20 pages) and focused on what happens when your character (or characters) go trick or treating.
If you're wondering what your fellow Storybirders would do to make our planet a better place, read on.
You ask, we answer! A lot of people wonder what it takes to get their story featured on Storybird. Here, we answer all your questions.
How one high school student used Storybird to teach children in her community about social justice.
This month, we challenge you to dream up a better world for all. World peace? Love? Equality? Chocolate for everyone? Express your ideas in poetry. We can't wait to be inspired by your ideas.
Case closed! This month, we asked you to put on your detective caps and solve these Summer Writing Club mysteries. Elementary, my dear Watsons.
Welcome back to Summer Writing Club! This month, you'll be putting on your detective caps and solving a mystery.
To kick off the Summer Writing Challenge, we asked you to write part 1 of a 2-part Mystery. Cozy, old-school whodunnit detective stories that end with a cliffhanger.
Guest author, artist, and superhero Phil Amara (also known as zeromojo on Storybird) gave us some tips on foreshadowing – perfect fodder for this phase of the Summer Writing Club Mystery Challenge.
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