Blog Battle 70 “Derelict” Entries & Voting

Hello! Welcome to the new Blog Battle, a weekly writing prompt competition! If you haven’t already, check out the slightly altered rules.

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Battle 69’s “Hazel” Winner is TBA soon!  Don’t forget to add the battle winner badge to your story!


Action/Thriller/Suspense:

Comedy/Humor:

Inspirational/Contemporary:

Drama/Romance:

Science Fiction/Fantasy:

Mystery/Crime:

Western:

Non-Fiction:


PS If I’m missing your story, just leave me a comment to let me know!


Next Tuesday’s Theme Word: SACRILEGE

Read all the stories & PLEASE VOTE for your top THREE favorites (not all for the same, though!).


Rules:

  1. 1500 words max (effective May 2016)
  2. fictional tale (or true if you really want)
  3. PG (no more than PG-13) Content – let’s keep this family friendly!
  4. Your story must contain the word(s) from the theme and/or be centered around the theme in a way that shows it is clearly related.
  5. State the Genre of your story at the top/bottom of your post.
  6. Post your story on Tuesday by 11:59 PM PST (you have a week to write it)
  7. Go for the entertainment value!
  8. Put a link back to your #BlogBattle Short Story in the comments section, and/or include a link to a battle post (not a page) in your own blog post (it creates a “ping-back” which will alert me and our friends to your #BlogBattle post).
  9. Use the hashtag #BlogBattle when tweeting your story.
  10. Let us know if you have a Facebook author/writer page so we can LIKE it to stay connected.
  11. Have fun!

You have until the next Monday at midnight to read the submitted stories & vote for your top three. Please consider the expert use of the theme word when choosing.

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18 thoughts on “Blog Battle 70 “Derelict” Entries & Voting

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  2. Work got in the way (excuses excuses!) and I missed this one. But knowing that “sacrilege” is next week’s prompt got me started on a sacrilege/derelict idea over lunch. It was a much-needed escape even if I only jotted down a few paragraphs. Thanks for all you do, Rachael!

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