27 February, 2009

ReadingWriters Silent Characters Contest

I just spent the last three days working on a short story for the ReadingWriters Silent Character Contest. The minute I saw the contest criteria for the contest posted at C. Hope Clark's blog, I couldn't resist. The silent character in the competition just so happened to be a mirror, and I had a really neat idea I wanted to try out.

I'm excited. I've been trying to send out at least one short story or packet of poems each week. It's progress. I've sent out quite a few things this year already and I'm really proud of myself for doing it. Last year I hit a bit of a rough spot and felt so discouraged that I didn't send much of anything out.

Wish me luck! I hope that you are all having the best of luck with your own submissions and deadlines.

If you're interested in checking out the competition, you can do so at ReadingWriters. If you decide to enter, good luck.


Jacquéline Roth said...

Good Luck. Sorry I missed the chance to review it for you. I'm sure it is brilliant.

Helen Ginger said...

Making a mirror image a silent character sounds like a brilliant idea to me!
Helen Ginger

Nicole Ireland said...

It was an amazing read and I wish you the best of luck with it. I think others would enjoy it as much as I did.

Keep up the good work.