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Winning Entries for BOLD

The Challenge winners will be posted here two weeks after entries close for each topic, and the Highest Ranked entries will be posted sometime later that day or the next.

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Inkpen
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Postby Inkpen » Thu Sep 13, 2007 3:01 pm

Wow, wow, wow. :shock:

Thank you judges for the recognition from among so many great stories and fellow writers for all of the wonderful comments.

This just blows my mind. I always enjoy the challenge, but I'm not supposed to win. Not in my mind, not with so many great writers here.

I will leave a small nugget for those who may not be aware of it. Latch onto a 'writing buddy'. In the past I have consistently made punctuation and grammar mistakes that I didn't catch before submitting my story into the Challenge.

It wasn't until Dub made the statement that he had a writing buddy that I realized I didn't have to shoot myself in the foot any more because, as he put it, "I cannot see my own mistakes." And if Dub, who teaches this stuff, feels he should have a writing buddy then I know for a fact I better get one.

The beauty is that while more of missed mistakes are being caught I am learning how to write better in the process. Thank you, Joanne! you are a wonderful person. I couldn't have done it without your eagle eyes finding the mistakes and then teaching me what makes it a mistake.

Don't you just love Faith Writers? :)
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Postby Marilee Alvey » Thu Sep 13, 2007 7:13 pm

I was due to go out to Phoenix today to see my son and daughter-in-law. It would have been the first time since she was pregnant with twins. However, flu changed that plan. I had aches, chills, high fever, stomach cramping....well, you writers can fill in the blanks!

When I got on the computer today, I was so surprised. I had to look again and again. I had to click on the story and see if the ribbon was really there. Not ALL of today was a disappointment!

Thanks, everyone, for your kind comments. It made a miserable day something to shout about!
Marilee Joyce
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"There are periods in my childrens' lives where I just have to love them from memory." - Marilee

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Re: Top 40?

Postby RedBaron » Thu Sep 20, 2007 12:19 am

That's VERY good -three of those and you move up to Masters :) It also means your entry makes it into the book :)

Congrats!!!!!!!

LindaRoth wrote:I guess that's good. Huh?

I'm still trying to find my way around these posts. :lol:
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