Use the quote provided to write a story and win big prizes!
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Quote Prompt for April 2020:
"Walking with a friend in the dark
is better than walking alone in the light."
-- Helen Keller
The task is simple: Write a short story using the prompt above as inspiration!
Your entry must be:
Based on the prompt above. While not required, you are more than welcome to include the quote (or a part of it) in your entry.
Rated 18+ or lower. Graphic content is not permitted, including GC or XGC items.
2,000 words or less. A word count must be included in the body of your item (top or bottom, not in the intro/header).
Newly written for this contest. Create your entry as a Static Item and keep it in your portfolio. Submit it using the survey form below.
Submitted One Time Only. You may only submit one entry, so make it a good one!
Edited Only Until the Deadline. Entries edited after the submission deadline may be disqualified from winning without notice.
The prizes are:
$100.00 in Writing.Com Gift Points and an exclusive Quotation Inspiration Merit Badge, both virtual and physical!
$50.00 in Writing.Com Gift Points and an exclusive Quotation Inspiration Merit Badge, both virtual and physical!
$25.00 in Writing.Com Gift Points and an exclusive Quotation Inspiration Merit Badge, both virtual and physical!
The submission deadline is: 11:59 pm EST, April 30, 2020
Results will be posted on or around: May 21, 2020
Paid Membership Required. In order to be eligible to win this contest, each contestant must have a paid membership (Basic and above). Paid membership expiration dates must fall after the end of the contest round. You may need to renew your membership to be eligible. The free Premium membership trial does not count as a paid membership and does not meet the requirements for eligibility.
Judges for this month are:
Each judge will submit a scoring for qualifying entries to the contest. In the event a judge can not complete the judging, their scores will not be used, and at our discretion, a judging substitution may be used. In the event of a tie, staff will render the tie-breaking decision.
Questions regarding the contest should be emailed to: Jeff