Back in December, I submitted a few entries to the San Antonio Writers’ Guild Annual Writing Contest. Preparing flash fiction and short stories for that provided a welcome respite from the grind of trying to finish my current novel. And now, after a few months of judging and waiting, the results are in!
As mentioned previously, I’m in the midst of a the revision process with The Beast of Rose Valley, making changes based on feedback I retrieved over at The Paragraph Ranch Retreat. I haven’t made much headway on that, though, because I’ve been focusing on something else.
I am a member of the San Antonio Writer’s Guild, and they are holding their annual Writing Contest. There are a number of categories, but I honed in on three that I thought I could contribute something to: Short Stories (1000-4000 words), Flash Fiction (1000 words maximum), and Novel – First Chapter.