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Contests & Activities: February 24, 2021 Issue [#10628]




 This week: Limits All Around You
  Edited by: Annette
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Table of Contents

1. About this Newsletter
2. A Word from our Sponsor
3. Letter from the Editor
4. Editor's Picks
5. A Word from Writing.Com
6. Ask & Answer
7. Removal instructions

About This Newsletter

Dear participants and hosts of contests and activities, I am Annette and I will be your guest editor for this issue.

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Letter from the editor

Limits All Around You


Writing contests here on the site offer a wide variety of options. Not only are there poetry and story contests. There are contests that are specific for a genre. There are contests that have a limit on how many words you can write. Some contests, poetry mostly, demand that you limit your syllables.

As you see, you can't just show up to any contest and enter whatever it is you typed up the night before. Entering a contest here is a multi-step process.

First, you go to "Writing Contests @ Writing.Com or to https://www.writing.com/main/list_items/item_type/forums and choose one or several of the many contests that you see.

Second, you take care to make sure the contest is current, that means, it is actually open for submissions. There is a host and there are other participants. You can easily see that by scrolling to the messages and check when the last one was posted. Once you verify that the contest is indeed ongoing, move on to

Third, you read every single rule on the page. Understand the rules and believe that they apply to you.

Fourth, find out what the prompt is.

Fifth, find out if there is a minimum or maximum word count requirement. This requirement is for you too! Do not get your entry kicked out because you did not follow this simple rule.

Sixth. Now you write. Ask your peers for reviews. Edit.

Seventh: SUBMIT. Let it fly. Let it go and fend for itself in the big big world.

To keep your mind busy, start working on your next contest submission.



Editor's Picks

 
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Quotation Inspiration: Official Contest  (ASR)
Use the quote provided to write a story and win big prizes!
#1207944 by Writing.Com Support

FORUM
TLC Support Forum ~ Reach Your Goals!  (13+)
Eat & live healthier, Kick old habits, Create new goals. Get some TLC along the way!
#2073942 by Patrece~

FORUM
Early to Bed, Early to Rise Challenge  (13+)
A challenge to help inspire earlier bed and waking times and other healthy habits
#2165720 by 🌸 pwheeler ~ love joy peace

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Weekly Goals  (13+)
Motivate yourself to conquer your goals this week! Post on Monday; update us on Friday!
#1949474 by The StoryMistress

FORUM
EXPRESS IT IN EIGHT  (18+)
This is a poetry sharing activity for expression and entertainment!
#2232169 by Solace.Bring

FORUM
24 Syllables - On Hiatus  (E)
Can you write a poem with only 24 Syllables?
#2162300 by Lostwordsmith

FORUM
The Humorous Short Story Contest  (18+)
Fiction, non-fiction, old, or new entries ~Next Round Now Open~
#1983164 by Lornda

FORUM
The Contest Challenge  (13+)
Join by entering a contest a month for 12 months--Win Badges! Catching up is allowed!
#2109126 by Schnujo

FORUM
Poetry Topic of the Month Contest  (13+)
Win up to 5,000 GPs. It ends at midnight at the end of each month. Suggest the topic.
#2216416 by Sharmelle Expressions

FORUM
The Prompt Me Contest  (13+)
Weekly prompt entries one month, story entries the next, based on the winning prompt!
#2000519 by Cubby

 
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