#BlogBattle 7: February 21st “Shine” Entries & Voting

Hello! Welcome to Blog Battle, a weekly writing prompt competition! If you haven’t already, check out the rules (more like instructions on how to participate & have fun).

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Winning story for the week will earn this badge! 🙂 BUT that’s not all! One of our talented authors, Cathleen Townsend, has kindly offered her time, experience, and expertise to help make that winning story even better by giving the winner a free critique. If your story wins you can contact Cathleen by clicking here. She’s tough but kind!

**Last Week’s Winner is Fear of Forgiveness by Rachael Ritchey**

Post your story to your blog any time on Tuesday until Midnight PST (there is a grace period into Weds morning, so just let me know if you are late getting it done). Throughout the course of the day, we’ll add the links (to your blog w/story title) here.

This Week’s Story WORD theme: Shine

This week’s Story GENRE style: Folklore


STORIES:

The Wulver of Shetland Inn by Rachael Ritchey

The Mirror Chamber by The Urban Spaceman

Oak by Cathleen Townsend

A Time to Shine by Carrie Ann

See No Evil by Teresa “Tess” Karlinski


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

Read all the stories & PLEASE VOTE for your top favorite


Click here for the Instructions for Participation!


To find out the next battle info click THEME & GENRE on the main menu


You have until the next Monday at midnight EST (9 PM PST / 5 AM GMT Tues) 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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21 thoughts on “#BlogBattle 7: February 21st “Shine” Entries & Voting

        • I am finding that some comments are made to the blogbattlers blog and others to rachaelritchey blog and the little notification thing in the corner doesn’t put all the comments/likes/links/pingbacks on both, so I have to toggle back and forth between accounts. AND on top of that, it’s turning some gray (gray means “read” & blue means “unread”) that I’ve never even looked at. :/ I just need to be more diligent to really look through both blog site lists and keep an eye out for stuff that’s turned gray too. You’re awesome!

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