What can I say, I love this book so much I could just ...well..purr.
Sharks purr? Well, they do if they're reading that book!
So, in the spirit of sharing the fun, the prize for this week's flash fiction contest is a copy of TEXTS FROM MITTENS.
The usual rules apply:
1. Write a story using 100 words or fewer.
2. Use these words in the story:
3. You must use the whole word, but that whole word can be part of a larger word. The letters for the
prompt must appear in consecutive order.
Example: phil/philodendron is ok, but dish/delish is not.
4. Post your entry in the comment section of THIS blog post. Comments are closed until the contest opens.
5. One entry per person. If you need a mulligan (a do-over) erase your entry and post again. It helps to work out your entry first, then post.
5. International entries are allowed, but prizes may vary for international addresses.
6. Titles count as part of the word count (you don't need a title)
7. Under no circumstances should you tweet anything about your particular entry to me. Example: "Hope you like my entry about Felix Buttonweezer!" This is grounds for disqualification.
8. Please do not tweet anything but contest entries. (Not for example "I love Felix Buttonweezer's entry!")
Contest opens: Saturday June 20, at NOON (in an effort NOT to be late this time!)
Contest closes: Sunday, June 21, at noon.
Questions? Tweet to me @Janet_Reid
whoops, too late. Contest is closed!