Friday, 6 May 2016

Clear, concise and compelling?

Little Acorns are running a short story competition for pieces between 750 and 1,000 words. It's free to enter and there's a cash prize of £20, plus publication in their magazine.

There's no set theme, so I'll just pick a random photo from my 'writing ideas' file.

Umm, you don't need to know why I was researching toadstools. It's just a picture, OK? Don't go reading anything into it.

9 comments:

Maggie May said...

I feel silly saying we don't do pay pal or any online transactions, so this really restricts me to what I can enter. Perhaps I'll draw the toadstools instead.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'll check it out.
You don't need to know why I researched sea kelp, either.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

oh I hate those THREE STINKING WORDS.

I'm editing my blurb for PERSONA KORY MAE. Harder than the dickens to summarize a novel in under 100 words.

Keith Havers said...

Looks like a pretty straightforward comp. Might give it a go. Thanks, Patsy.

ados said...

Patsy, I can't get through on this link and can't find any other way into the Little Acorns website. Do you have any more info? Thanks
Alyson

Patsy said...

That link was working, but it isn't for me either at the moment. I'll try it again later.

There was a contact email - mail@the-little-acorns.com

ados said...

Thanks, Patsy. I'll try emailing them.
Alyson

ados said...

Sadly emails are bouncing back too, Patsy. I not sure they are still functioning.
Sadly...
Alyson

Patsy said...

I've tried too - with the same (non) result.