Winners Announced for the Haiku and Six-Word-Story Contest
I’m pleased to announce that three winners have been selected for Writing Forward’s first contest.
To enter the contest, participants were required write either a haiku or a six-word story and share their entry as a comment on the contest post.
There were some lovely poems and stories, and I encourage you to check them out.
Winners were selected with a random number generator and will each receive one copy (Kindle or paperback — winners’ choice) of my recently published book, 101 Creative Writing Exercises.
All the winners have been sent emails and will need to claim their prizes by responding to the email they received. If you are a winner and did not receive your winning email notification, then check your spam filter or email me directly.
Danielle of D’s Poetry Corner was entrant number six and entered the following haiku:
Daylight Savings Time
Springing Forward, We Forgot
How We Needed Sleep
Carol Fillmore was entrant number ten and entered the following haiku:
leaping rollicking in a
stream of consciousness
Marlon of ShadowCrowX (YouTube channel) was entrant number 39 and entered the following haiku:
Within the depths of music
Brings joy to silence
Congratulations to all winners and to everyone who wrote wonderful haiku and stories and shared them with us.
About 101 Creative Writing Exercises
101 Creative Writing Exercises takes you on an adventure through the world of creative writing. Explore different forms and genres by experimenting with fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Discover effective writing concepts, tools, and techniques. Create projects you can publish. Ideal for new and experienced writers alike, this book will enlighten and inspire you with exciting new ideas.