Last week Act III rounded out our stories leaving us one more approach of the audience to deliver our epilogue. For what is past is prologue.
How did our writers deliver that fond farewell?
Your reading list:
Title: Ilya's tale.
Word Count: 850
Title: In Destruction Lies The Seed Of Birth
Title: Happy Launch Day
Word Count: 2,676
Warnings: One profanity and death.
Title: King Richard III.
Word Count: 820
The polls close by 11:45pm on Wednesday (EDT).
With this competition the goal is to write a four part story, so we will suspend weekly eliminations and choose the best, complete work that meets the three acts and an epilogue criteria at the end of the month. There will be a poll each week to provide feedback for the writer on how well received their story was, but the votes that choose a winner will not happen until May 1st.
Remember when you are voting to consider how well the writer has met the criteria given.
The contest is now closed to new competitors, but we encourage any latecomers to submit as JFF if their inner bard is provoked by a prompt.
Be sure to spread some comment love, let your fellow writers know they are appreciated. If it's an off-site blog and you have trouble with commenting, feel free to share your comments here and we'll pass them along. In fact, I encourage you to share some [constructive] public thoughts below with the community. Let's talk about what we read, together.
We love it when our Embers write, but we also need the community to come together and read what's being submitted. Even if you didn't have time to write this week, please take a few minutes to read and encourage your friends to read as well. Share our fire!