Monday, 4 September 2017

Something to aspire too.

Thanks to Gail Aldwin for alerting me about a competition - especially as it gives me a chance to post some of my pictures of Salisbury Cathedral from the time I climbed up inside the tower.

A spire, see? Oh, never mind ...

The free to enter competition is for short stories of up to 500 words. There are children's and an adult categories. UK residents only. 

The adult prize is publication and a writing course valued at £495. The runner up gets the same.


6 comments:

Nick Wilford said...

Sounds like a great competition, I'm pretty tied up with my book launch for the rest of the month though. Maybe next year?

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Patsy - I don't think I've ever been to Salisbury Cathedral ... probably because we were 'galloping' towards Penzance! Those tours up into the bell tower or spires just are so amazing to see how the buildings were made. Lucky you to have had the opportunity ... lovely photos -love the glass ... cheers Hilary

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

you certainly spire me

Patsy said...

A book launch does take priority, Nick - hope it goes well.

Patsy said...

You're right, it was an amazing opportunity, Hilary. I appreciate these fantastic buildings all the more now.

Patsy said...

Jolly good!