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Competitions

March 10 / Competitions

Well, actually, my problem is probably that I can tell you all of my problems and how I should solve them but that I never get past that step. But…

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January 19 / Competitions

… NYC Midnight Short Story competition 2012 kicks off this weekend. 3DNC results will be announced in mere weeks. I’ve learned about a GQ competition, an Amazon competition… …and all…

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November 19 / Competitions

So I didn’t make the NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge final. To make it worse, I got an “honourable mention” – i.e. you were only just not good enough. That…

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October 23 / Competitions

Round 2 of NYC Midnight Flash Fiction Challenge delivered me another horror story. I think the universe is trying to tell me to become a horror writer…

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October 21 / Competitions

So it’s always a strange thing, thinking about your own work. Is it any good? Does it matter? What if no one likes it? It’s like being back in school…

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September 26 / Competitions

So NYC Midnight’s second challenge in round 1 gave me an open genre. I panicked. Where were the parameters?! Where was my guidance?! Luckily, the setting of a children’s playground…

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September 25 / Competitions

Latest NYC Midnight challenge done. The “open genre” challenge took me to a place I never thought I’d go, so I guess that’s a good thing. It’s good to surprise…

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September 22 / Competitions

Thanks, Mr NYC Midnight. But next time, less of the comedy.    

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September 10 / Competitions

So, I did it. Somehow, I did it. I survived. I crafted an entire novella in 72 hours – well, actually probably around 30 hours, if I’m being honest, if…

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September 5 / Competitions

Fuck, this 3 Day Novel contest thing is killing me. Basically wasted day one through procrastination. Got to noon on day two and had two pages and around 600 words…

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