Imagine your place on the bookshelf of the future

A twist can turn a plot – and a story – on its head. This month we’d like you to insert a twist in a popular fable or fairy tale and tell us what happens next. Perhaps Goldilocks was in league with Little Baby Bear all along, or Hansel and Gretel abandon their parents, not the other way around?

Show us how the simplest twist can change everything by mapping out your story’s unexpected conclusion – and share the details with us on Twitter. Tell your story to @FutureBookshelf

 

Katharine Grubb, author of Write A Novel in Ten Minutes a Day

Louise Welsh, author of novels including The Cutting Room and A Lovely Way to Burn

A twist can turn a plot – and a story – on its head. This month we’d like you to insert a twist in a popular fable or fairy tale and tell us what happens next. Perhaps Goldilocks was in league with Little Baby Bear all along, or Hansel and Gretel abandon their parents, not the other way around?

Show us how the simplest twist can change everything by mapping out your story’s unexpected conclusion – and share the details with us on Twitter. Tell your story to @FutureBookshelf

 

Jurgen Wolff, author of Your Writing Coach