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Please join me in congratulating the winners of the the September round of the "Show, Don't Tell Contest

*Balloonb**Balloonr**Balloong* September 2019 Round *Balloong**Balloonr**Balloonb*

First place to "Pakistan Interrupted "   by JMRobison
Second place to "Push"   by SherritheWriter
Third place to "Stay Awhile and Listen..."   by Xarthin
Congratulations to all. So great to see so many new faces in the winner's circle.
Not surprised JMRobison would win first place. She is an amazing writer an accomplished novelist. *Heart*
I am grateful for this opportunity, especially as it shows I might be on the right path to learn how to use Showing.

But I've still plenty to learn, and the show must go on.

My compliments to the other winners.
I've recently migrated my author web site and blog to Wordpress. Let me know what you think!


I'll probably blog on the experience later this week.
I left you a comment but it looks good! Nice job!
Looks pretty spiffy, Max!
Maybe I should do something like that...

No moose in sight? What about Rocky? *Laugh*
Show, Don't Tell Contest  (18+)
Show Don't Tell Contest Message Forum
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The September round is now open. Write a story based on the prompt and showcase your skills at showing. Every entry earns 1000 GPS. Winning entries earn GPS, awardicons, and merit badges. We accept a maximum of ten entries, so start writing!
I might give it a try.

I won't win but.. who cares: it's a challenge to myself.
I just added my entry. I felt rung out by the time I finished writing, editing and rereading it. I hope it's good enough. Any reviews and edit suggestions are appreciated
Xarthin That's what I feel at times too. The challenge here is to try. It's an exercise where you push yourself out of your comfort zone. Just DO it as Niki says, it's never a loss, only a learning opportunity. As you get reviews you learn what you did wrong and fix it so the next reader has a better understanding. That's why I love posting my feeble offerings. It's what got me published, twice.
I'm planning to start working on my novel,
Murder on Cabot's Landing  (13+)
Folder for cosy SciFi mystery
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, soon, so I thought I'd blog about the maps, history, and names in the novel.
I've posted a short entry to my blog: "What's in a Name?
Happy Anniversary my long time friend and writing buddy. We joined the same month and the same year. Almost twins. It's been fun and I look forward to many more years at this.
My first and best WDC Friend, I wish you the very best Anniversary today. More than that, at the onset of your Thirteenth Year amazing, wonderful things in writing, in home, in everything you do. You have helped me through dilemmas, taught me with patience and diligent care, and laughed with me at just the right moments!
I can’t imagine what my WDC experience would have been if not for you. ❀️πŸ₯‚πŸΏπŸΎ
Thanks for the wonderful note, and for your friendship over the all the years.Thanks, especially, for being you!
*Confettir* *Balloong* *Confettib* *Cake2* HAPPY 12TH WDC ANNIVERSARY, (MAD) MAX! *Cakep* *Confettio* *Balloonr* *Confettiv*
Happy 12th anniversary *Hug1**hug**Hug2*
I've posted a new entry to my blog

Let me know what you think!