Happy Holidays from the Sweek team and December Reading List
December 22, 2017
December 22, 2017
Thank you for being with us this year and helping us grow our Sweek community! To prepare yourself for the new year of numerous writing competitions, we hope that during Holidays you will not only enjoy this festive time but also take a warm blanket, hot chocolate, and… write on Sweek! As they say, practice makes perfect! 😁
Take this time to master your writing – there is no better way to do so than entering one of our fantastic contests!
Show your creative spirit and let your imagination flow! Transform your most desired fantasies, dreams and resolutions and write your 2018!
→ Enter #My2018 and win $200! Submissions close on 06/02/2018.
It’s your TIME to shine! Participate in the 7th round of our flash fiction contest and get published as well as win $50!
→ #MicroTime – open until 10/01/2018
This peaceful period is also a great moment that you can finally devote to reading! Below you can find our Holiday reading list with the best December stories!
“Face Value” is a serial novel with a new chapter published every Tuesday and Thursday. It’s a perfect read for anyone who loves mysterious stories about love, money and society. Save some time because it will be hard to break the reading – Erwin Lima made sure the plot is gripping from the beginning until the end. Watch a Book Trailer
There is a chance of winning one out of three free Face Value hoodies, so go to Sweek and check it out!
“Irony” will leave you with a little discomfort what makes it a perfect example of how to write a dystopian fiction. Not all the stories must have a happy ending.
One of our youngest, yet most talented writers with a #ScareMe story. Might give you goosebumps.
For all the fans of poetry – Ishani Sinha with “Brown” – a touching poem about beauty behind the skin colour.
A ghost story of an Indian valley with hidden secrets written by Swatilekha Roy. Be careful, it might pack a punch!
This is a winning story of the 6th microfiction round: #MicroLife. Well developed and perfectly executed flash fiction – all what should have this 1 minute read!
Damla Güvenç with “Love you, mean it” will take you for a trip to Bora Bora! An ideal story to read while rolled up in a warm blanket when the temperature outside makes you dream about some fun under the sun.
An intriguing piece of fantasy written by a Brasilian author – Artur Novais. “Infinity Glyphs” tells a story about a 16-year-old boy who lives with his grandparents. One day his mundane reality changes when he receives a unique gift… Would you like to know what happened next? Watch Book Trailer and read “Infinity Glyphs”
Until next time!
The Sweek Team