AND THE WINNERS WERE —
Susie Adams with A Home for Aunt Emma
John Brooks with A Gothic Scene
Marilyn Smith with Captivity
Below are the other stories for the February writing contest. Tthe stories were based on the following:
Everything was going great. They found a house on an unknown road that looked like the perfect spot…until they opened the door.
The other entries were voted upon in order.
Cabin Getaway (Gail Denham – Sun River, OR)
Scavenger Hunt (Hugh Flowers – Springfield)
Noble Calling (Jeanne Sevart – Springfield)
The Gateway (John Cawlfield – Springfield)
The Troubled Soul in the Old House Down the Road (Chris Mitchell – Springfield)
Emery (Mona Bates – Springfield)
THE NEXT MINI-CONTEST IS DUE APRIL 15. Write an essay or creative nonfiction story in 1000 words or less about a prank or April Fools Day fun that happened to you or that you played on someone else. IT MUST BE A TRUE STORY. (It can also be written as a free form poem).
1st place – $50 / 2nd place – $25 / 3rd place – $15 in Amazon gift cards.
Send your story to firstname.lastname@example.org as an attachment or in the body of the email. No cost to enter.
You must be a Springfield Writers’ Guild member in order to participate. (Join here).