Sun shining, birds singing, and keyboards clattering.
Nineteen sleeps to go.
Plenty of time to spit and polish.
Winner gets the money ($250) and publication, not to mention – glory. What a brilliant start to the new year.
Made any writing resolutions? Not too late!
Sharing from my own extensive list: finish what I start; try something new; challenge myself to write out of the comfort zone, be brave.
There are more but I don’t want to overload.
Looking forward to opening all the essay entries – it will be like Christmas all over again (without the expensive and heart-burn). You don’t have to restrict yourself to one entry.
Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year from the Competitions Department (of one!)
My cake is cooked, presents wrapped and the tree looks very Christmassy.
Christmas week is hectic crazy and maybe not the best time to be reminding you about our ESSAY COMPETITION. So I won’t. I’ll save that for the New Year when we can think about resolutions and other scary stuff. In the meantime, kick-back, relax, enjoy Christmas and the break from the old routine.
Take care on the roads. There are people out there with too much to do and not enough time. If you don’t believe me ask my panel beater!
In case you didn’t know, it has been a pleasure and a privilege during the year to work with the editors, the judges and you the contestants.
See you in 2017.