Win a Doodle! Hooray and Huzzah!

This is a fun way to have a chance of winning a doodle by the very talented Mike Allegra. Do read the other entries – some are truly jaw dropping!

Hey, Look! A Writer Fellow!

I really like hosting blog contests!

And I really, really like doodling!

And I really, really, really like the fact that some people like my doodles!

So it is time once again for my semi-annual

WIN A DOODLE CONTEST!

Who will be the lucky winner? Will it be YOU?

The grand (and only) prize will be a custom made, one-of-a-kind, Mike Allegra doodle of ANYTHING YOU WANT!

“Anything?” you ask.

Yes, anything—provided that “anything” isn’t perverted. I’m a children’s book author, after all, so get your mind out of the gutter!

Otherwise, yes. ANYTHING!

Past contest winners have asked for all kinds of doodles. Like exotic birds…

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A caffeine gnome…

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A raven shapeshifter (whatever that is)…

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A woman doing yoga and holding a pen as the ghost of her dearly departed dog looks on…

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And (of course) that…

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18 thoughts on “Win a Doodle! Hooray and Huzzah!

    1. Ha! I know, he’s good isn’t he? Talented people like that often play down their skills I think, because to some extent it comes easily – I don’t mean he won’t have worked very hard at it but he obviously was born with a skill many of us don’t have 🙂

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      1. I’ve never quite been able to work out if I’ve done my 10,000 hours – possibly not yet, despite having written for 10 years now! And I suspect many of us could do something for this long and the end result still be patchy.

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      2. My sister argues there’s no such thing as talent, only hard work and effort. I say that’s rubbish. As for the 10,000 hours, it depends on your aptitude, and your measure of ‘good’.

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      3. I’m with you – hard work and effort count for a lot, but there has to be aptitude as well. I will never make a theoretical physicist, even if I dedicated 20,000 hours to study the subject – I just don’t have the talent for it. A bit of both is essential. And you’re right – it depends on your idea of good, but we all have different measures for that, don’t we?

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      4. Ah, how very right you are, Jane – I feel exactly the same way. But I suppose that’s a good thing. It means we’re always trying to improve on ourselves and our writing. Surely no writer ever sits back and thinks, ‘Ah, that’s just perfect.’

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      5. I’ve written poems that I felt that way about – at the time. I’m currently editing poems that I thought were perfect when I wrote them three years ago. I’m working on one that I edited last year AND the year before…

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      6. It never ends! Some things you just have to walk away from, though. I’ll never make some of my ideas as good as I hoped they’d be when I first had them!

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