Micro Fiction Writing Competition: 4 Days Left!

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Well I hope everyone had a very merry christmas this year and took some time off to just relax and unwind. There’s nothing better than simply living, and enjoying time with your family for a few days.

A little time off can also kick-start those creative juices again, so if you’re looking for an outlet that could potentially win you a few dollars, why not punch that keyboard for an hour or two and write us an interesting tale. Just 500 words and you could be $50 richer and have your story published in an anthology at the end of 2020!

Just go to the original competition post for all the details, but hurry, there’s only 4 days left to enter and we need more entries.

You gotta be in it to win it!

Micro Fiction writing competition

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. So I entered this but then noticed errors and typos later. Argh! Well, that will teach me to go too fast.

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    1. Jo Caddy says:

      Lol, never mind. We can do simple edits before publishing. I don’t think it will affect your chances, best of luck!

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      1. Thanks. There is one sentence that I wished I had changed, but eh, it was my first time trying. Not going to stress over it. 🙂

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