January 21, 2009
Publishers Desk For January 21st | printable version
WINTER SHORT STORY CONTEST IS ALREADY FULL!
The WritersWeekly.com Winter 2009 24-Hour Short Story Contest is THIS SATURDAY! If you didn't sign up for this contest, it's too late. Each contest is limited to 500 entrants. The Spring contest is open for applicants. Contests usually fill up (it's tons of fun!), so don't delay if you want to participate.
1st Place: $300
2nd Place: $250
3rd Place: $200
Entry fee is $5. You can see the complete list of 85 prizes and sign
up here: http://www.writersweekly.com/misc/contest.html
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1. 24-HOUR SHORT STORY CONTEST ENTRY FEE - $5
Entry fee and contest guidelines ebook.
2. Writing FAST: How to Write Anything with Lightning Speed
Your mind moves at lightning speed. Your writing should, too. Introducing the FAST System approach to writing. Whether you hate writing, or you're an avid wordsmith, Writing FAST is the must-read book for writers of all levels.
3. Writing E-books for Fun and Profit
Explains how to get ideas for your e-book as well as how to write and publish an e-book.
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5. Angela's book: How to Reborn a Doll in a Day
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