Competition Win : On the Premises

 

Yesterday I received an email from the lovely people at On the Premises online fiction magazine, telling me that I had won their recent mini-contest to write a 50 word story with the theme ‘ten’ or ‘tenth’. You’ll discover the relevance of the above photo if you read the story.

As there were 126 entries, I’m pretty chuffed to have won, so thank you On the Premises!

See HERE to read my story, the wonderful runners up and honourable mentions.

As a side note, I found the competition on Cathy’s Comps and Calls, a great site for all fiction writers, so if you want to enter short story or poetry competitions but don’t have the energy to trawl the net searching for them, you could do worse than subscribe to Cathy’s blog.

 

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25 thoughts on “Competition Win : On the Premises

    1. Ah, thank you Chris! Writing lots of flash fiction over the last few years has stood me in good stead for this kind of word limit. It was easier than I thought to write a story in 50 words – mind you, I found another comp that asks for a novel in 25. That might be a tall order 🙂

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