This is a lovely little opportunity from writer Esther Chilton. I’ve been lucky enough to win one of Esther’s short story collections before, so I know they’re worth reading. Good luck all.
To celebrate the paperback launch of A Walk in the Woods, I’m holding a short story competition. A copy of my book will go to the winning entry and the story will also be published on my blog. If you’ve already bought a copy of the book, thank you, but why not still enter and give your copy as a gift, if you win.
So how do I win a copy? I hear you cry. Write me an entertaining story, that’s how. One of the short stories in the book has the following opening line: Thank goodness they had gone. Who had gone and why is up to you. All you have to do is open your story with the same line. The minimum word limit is 50 words and the maximum is 500 words.
To enter, send your story to email@example.com
You have until 14th February. I…
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