It’s February 28th!

(Cupid takes aim at Arizona.  You might call it a mercy bow-coup) The adjusted date for Valentine’s Day that takes Leap Year interference into account! Today is the final day to submit your entry into A Dozen Roses from a Single Thorn: A Valentine’s Day Love Story. About a half a dozen long-stemmed procrastinators have …

(Cupid takes aim at Arizona.  You might call it a mercy bow-coup)

The adjusted date for Valentine’s Day that takes Leap Year interference into account!

Today is the final day to submit your entry into A Dozen Roses from a Single Thorn: A Valentine’s Day Love Story.

About a half a dozen long-stemmed procrastinators have braved the snow here in Moscow to leave their entries at the towers that are A Word with You Press.  Any more of you out there?

Tomorrow I will begin posting the remaining stories, and let our lovely Kristine Rose Grant select the winners.

Please be checking to see that your story has been posted.  All entries will be on line no later than Monday evening.

2 comments

  1. Parisianne Modert says:

    I am looking forward to the final stories and/or poems to read. I wish all of my fellow writers well and appreciate their contributions, the time and effort they gave to sharing their art with all of us including the many readers.

  2. Parisianne Modert says:

    I have no idea where else to post this so here goes my view of this contest 1-2-3.

    1. Judge Katz – because his poem, “Desinere” is worthy of timeless greatness among the immortal romantic poets.

    2. Parisianne Modert – because I actually followed the rules to the letter with an actual letter, “Dear Sister of My Heart” to an actual named person. “Christina’s Hell” was of no importance in this decision.

    3. Laura Girardeau – because both of her story/letters, “The Last Number” and “The Golden Cord” are the best of the rest in my opinion.

    I would be interested to know the opinions of other writers of and readers of the full array of stories/poem/actual letter their choices and why. I read every single entry at least once, many of them several times and left a critique on every single one. This isn’t meant as bragging, but a suggested standard as a community trying to learn from and appreciate each other while promoting this fine publishing house and editor in chief.

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