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Blogiversary Flash Fiction Contest by FTWA--deadline April 18th


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#1 Jean Oram

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 11:51 AM

Here's the linky: http://www.fromthewr...ry-contest.html

A Blogiversary Contest!


From the Write Angle is one year old! We can't believe it has been a year already. To celebrate our birthday month, and to thank you, our loyal fans and readers, we're having a contest!

  • What: Flash fiction, maximum 500 words
  • Requirements: You must use each of the following words in your entry: paper, crew, callipygian, angle, novel. Other than that, there's no specific theme. It's up to you. Have fun with it!
  • Deadline: Entries must be received by midnight (EDT) on Wednesday, April 18th 2012
  • Method of entry: email your entry to fromthewriteangle@gmail.com with your flash fiction pasted in the body of the email. Please don't send any attachments.
  • Results: the Write Angle Crew will read and collectively decide on two winners, which will be announced here on the blog on Friday, April 27th.
Important: By entering, you agree to let us publish your flash fiction on this web site if you're one of the winners.

We would love if you would tweet or otherwise share this post and spread the word about the contest. We'd also love for you to subscribe to our blog. However, these are not requirements for contest entry.

One last thing... PRIZES! Two lucky winners will receive book by Write Angle crew members.

1st Place: 2 Print books

The Sister Queens, by our own Sophie Perinot

Spring Fevers short story anthology edited by our own Matt Sinclair, with stories from FTWA writers Cat Woods, J. Lea Lopez, R.S. Mellette and Mindy McGinnis. (Cover design by our amazing Calista Taylor, and interior design by R.C. Lewis) Currently only available in eBook format, you'll be one of the first to get your hands on a paperback copy!

2nd Place: 2 eBooks

Devil on a Sparrow's Wing, by Calista Taylor. This is the second in a series. You can get the first book, Viridis, free here so when you win this prize, you'll be ready for the sequel!

The Watchtower, by Darke Conteur


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#2 mwsinclair

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Posted 12 April 2012 - 04:49 PM

And our own Robb Grindstaff, we can't forget him. In fact, all the writers with stories in Spring Fevers happen to be AQC writers, though it wasn't required. And yes, the winner will be among the first to have one of the paperbacks! Very exciting.

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Posted 01 May 2012 - 11:46 AM

I'm having a hard time finding information about who won this contest. Is there an update about the contest I'm missing?

- Update - I found the winners. Congrats!

Second place - Martina Cote-Kunz tied with Ty Unglebower
First place - Joan Cusick

WTG!
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    In between I became a "hybrid" as part of a group of six authors involved in a high concept novel-in-six-parts called "A Day of Fire" which released in November of 2014. The book, "A Day of Fire," tells the story of the final days of the doomed city of Pompeii in a way you've never read it before.

Posted 01 May 2012 - 11:47 AM

http://www.fromthewr...inners-are.html Here you are :)
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