... keeps on growing, to my constant amazement!
|The Whole Megillah
24 Syllable Poem Contest Entry Mar 5, 2021
must include prompt word 'megillah'
Criminally Bent... old habits die hard.
Second Place The Humorous Poetry Contest Round 35, Feb 2021
No prompt, any type, any length
Green Thumb? Uhrr no...!
First Place Daily Flash Fiction Contest Feb 15 2021
Include words 'I have a message for you'
First Place, No Dialogue Contest Round 57 Jan 2021
(Prompt: Fear, <700 words, absolutely no dialogue)
In our Hearts
Third place 'Like a Song' Poetry Contest, Round 25 December 2020
(You may make two entries. Create a poem using one of the prompts listed below. The exact prompt line MUST be incorporated in the poem.)
I chose ~ We hold in our hearts, The sword and the faith.
and ~ I'm throwing caution.
No Laughing Matter
First Place 'Like a Song' Short Story Contest, December 2020
(Create a short story using one of the prompts listed below. The exact prompt line MUST be incorporated in the short story. -- You may enter 1 or 2 contest entries but the prompts used must be different for each. -- Minimum 1000 words.)
I chose ~ Sitting still was never enough.
and ~ A destiny, oh it's the rising sun.
Second Place Senior Center Contest January 2021
Prompt: Funny “New Year” Anecdote or Joke. <1500 word story or <44 line poem
Joint First Place The Writer's Cramp Jan 31 2020
(must use these words in entry, bolded
quiet evenings/stars surrounded me/followed the path/totally bewitched/into the woods/content to curl up)
The Dire Destiny of a Wannabe
Joint First Place The Writer's Cramp Jan 28
(End your story or poem with the following:
...with nineteen minutes to go. AND make your genre action/adventure)
Truly — NO trip!
Some harvests are quite different than the 'norm'.
Joint Second Place, No Dialogue Contest
(Round 55 prompt 'harvest' <700 words)
Just Another Thanksgiving
Some families are decidedly different.
First prize, Daily Flash Fiction Nov 26
(prompt - anything you want, normal rules)
Shades of Intolerance
Around the world, people prayed Armistice Day 1918 would bring peace and tolerance
Joint First Place The Writer's Cramp Nov 11
(**'Shades of Intolerance' to be used as title)
Under the Pump
Maybe imitation isn't always the highest form of flattery.
First prize Daily Flash Fiction Oct. 21
(Include words, 'You're in trouble now')
Meet the Competitors
Joint First Place The Writer's Cramp Oct 10
(Include a raven, a spider, a rat, and a snake (bolded) in today's story <1,000 words, or poem <44 lines).