THE March 2019 tcwg competition details.
THIS IS A FREE TO ENTER WRITING COMPETITION OPEN TO ALL GROUP MEMBERS. Newcomers are welcome, and to apply for membership please contact our Facebook Blog on this link … https://www.facebook.com/36shortstories/
The topic for March 2019 has been chosen by the winner of the January competition, CAPUCIN, and will be ‘TREASURES’.
Your stories should revolve around anything that can be reasonably described as a treasure whether it has an intrinsic value of itself, or something that has become a treasure because it is valued by the world as a whole, such as say The Pyramids, The Taj Mahal, or The Grand Canyon.
Or it might be a National treasure valued by many, or even something that is valued by a single person because of its sentimental value to them as an individual and special to them alone.
And I am sure that we all know what the word ‘treasure’ meant to Long John Silver! So come on me hearties, get scribbling!
The length of entries in March will be the regular “between 500 and 3000 words”, and competitors are reminded that multiple entries can be accepted, particularly of the shorter variety.
The closing date for entries will be at Midnight on Sunday the 31st. of March 2019.
The period for receiving votes will be announced on or around the 30th., and votes will not be accepted until after the competition officially closes.
The “prize” for winning this March competition will be to set the topic for May 2019.
Voting. After the competition closes there will be a vote to decide the first three places and just after the closing date, details of how to vote, and a vote collection point will be set up here in this competition section.
How to enter. Post your story on your personal WordPress blogs and post a link to your story in the form of a comment below (“Leave a reply” panel.)
For those unfamiliar with the workings of the monthly competition a list of detailed rules for the competition can be found here …https://tcwgshortstories.wordpress.com/competition-rules/
Pleasant writing everyone, and good luck.