Friday, September 23, 2011

Lie or Die Flash Fiction Showdown: Coming Soon!!

First off, I want to thank everyone who has participated in my Kindle/Nook giveaway by spreading the word or entering to win.  It blows my mind.  I'm so excited to be able to give this away and the reception you've given Weaving Destiny is phenomenal.  Thank you to all of you.

I have something supernova exciting to tell you about today.  As you probably know, my roots are in flash fiction.  In fact, I consider my participation in the #fridayflash community an important part of the development of my writing. Unfortunately, I'm writing novels full-time these days, so it's been awhile since I put on my flash fiction cap.

That's about to change!

I'm participating in Lie or Die, an interactive contest where you get to pick what the story is about. Five different young adult writers: myself, Tiffany King, K. A. Tucker, SM Reine, and Megan Duncan, are going to interpret your story ideas five different ways.  Now, I am thrilled to be associated with these talented authors.  If you've ever read their work, you know these stories are going to be fabulous!


Once all five stories are published, you'll get to vote on the best story. Casting your vote enters you to win an awesome prize pack of books and swag.  Is that not the COOLEST idea ever? I can't wait.

Plus our stories won't be on our own blogs.  Noooo, we get to post our stories on some of the most awesome blogs in the universe. Fiktshun, Two Chicks on Books, A Life Bound by Books, Magical Urban Fantasy Reads, and Taking it One Book at a Time.

 It all starts September 29th on the blogs above.  Can't wait to see what you guys come up with!

1 comment:

  1. I am seriously jealous of all those who get to submit their ideas. I would love the opportunity to see what you and the other amazing authors would do with it.

    Even more excited than the fact that Stephen King is doing a sequel to The Shining. Well, more fearful on that one, I think.

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