LAST CHANCE! THIS SATURDAY!! What will the Fall, 2020 24-Hour Short Story Contest Topic Be?!?!

LAST CHANCE! THIS SATURDAY!! What will the Fall, 2020 24-Hour Short Story Contest Topic Be?!?!

CELEBRATING OUR 21st YEAR OF 24-HOUR SHORT STORY CONTESTS!

THIS SATURDAY, September 12, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Central Time, is start-time for the WritersWeekly.com  Fall, 2020 24-Hour Short Story Contest! It’s your last chance to sign up. What will the topic be??? See the link below for all past topics and winning stories. Only 500 participants are allowed per contest so don’t delay if you wanna play! 

As with every Fall contest, you can expect some colored leaves, some chilly air, and maybe something creepy….or not! You”ll soon find out! We are super excited about the topic for this one!

Grab a fresh cup of coffee, light a candle, turn on your laptop, crack your knuckles, and get those creative juices flowing!

WE CAN’T *WAIT* TO SEE WHERE YOUR IMAGINATION TAKES US!

Sign up right here: https://www.24HourShortStoryContest.com

You can read ALL of the previous Fall contest topics RIGHT HERE

COME JOIN US RIGHT HERE ON SATURDAY! It’s a blast! 🙂

1st Place $300 + a Book Publishing Package from BookLocker.com! (Value: $875)

2nd Place: $250

3rd Place: $200

+ 80 other prizes!

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2 Responses to "LAST CHANCE! THIS SATURDAY!! What will the Fall, 2020 24-Hour Short Story Contest Topic Be?!?!"

  1. Diane  September 13, 2020 at 5:58 am

    When do you expect to announce the winners for this contest? You’ve done such a great job giving all the instructions and tips for the contest, I wouldn’t be surprised if the info is here somewhere, but I can’t find it. 🙂

    • Brian Whiddon - Managing Editor  September 17, 2020 at 11:31 am

      It usually takes us several weeks to read through all the entries and determine the winners.