*The drawing is now closed. I’ll announce the winner September 19*
Go on, guess.
Okay, I guess the title kinda gave it away.
I’ve made it to 100 post here!
When I started this blog, I had no idea what was in store for me. Since then, I’ve found so many wonderful people and learned so much. You’ve all enriched my life and my writing. I can hardly believe how far this blog has come. Thank you all!
Care to wander down memory lane with me? Here’s a few snapshots from the journey so far:
One of my favorite 50-word stories: I Used to be Someone Else.
One of my favorite pieces of flash fiction: Change is in the Air.
In honor of all of you amazing readers/bloggers/friends and those glorious 100 posts, I’m inviting all of you to celebrate with me!
From now through September 14th, you can enter to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card
How to enter:
- Current Subscribers, please leave a comment below.
- New Subscribers, please subscribe to this blog and leave a comment below.
You can receive one more entry for each activity below:
- Mention this giveaway on your blog and link back to this post.
- Share about this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter (+1 entry for each site).
- Like my Facebook Author’s Page (visit the page here or click on the like box in the left sidebar). Those who have already “liked” my Author’s Page are also eligible for an extra entry.
Please total up the number of entries you have an put that in your comment.
Write Thing Wednesday’s Blog Mash Up
- Check out this dreamy flash fiction challenge from Haley Whitehall.
- How is a writer like a dentist? Find out from Albert Berg.
- Author Roz Morris talks about emotional truth in fiction at Janice Hardy’s Other Side of the Story.
- Billie Jo Woods offers a flash fiction challenge that asks: Where Did I Come From?
- Tiffany A White gives us a tantalizing taste of bad boys with bite.
- Ali Luke shows us how to use shorter paragraphs to punch up our writing.
- Ozlem Yikici issues another fantastic Triptych Challenge.
- Check out the Picture This writing challenge at Ken Broad’s Fictional Campfire.
- Roni Loren asks: What do Readers Want from an Author Blog?
Happy New Year !!! by Creativity+ Timothy K Hamilton, on Flickr CC BY-NC-ND 2.0