• Micro Fiction Challenge: Malinger Results

    Posted Posted by David Duhr in WBN News & Events     Comments 3 comments

    Blah blah blah, quasi-funny writeup, etc.

    Let’s get to the results of the most recent Micro Fiction Challenge, which was to write a 25-word story using “malinger.”

    First, props to Raphael Abrams for really bringin’ it. But, representing 44% of the entries is no guarantee that the prize will be yours. (Though it doesn’t hurt to try, my friend.)

    Also, kudos to Laura for not giving a shit about the rules. That’s one of the many, many things we like about you, LR.

    And welcome, first-timers Glenn, Carrie, and Erika.  One of you won! And that one of you is … Carrie! Carrie Winters (or “Carrie Winters”), come on down and claim your prize, which is two free hours of uninterrupted solitude at WriteByNight. Drop me a line at david[at]writebynight.net and we’ll arrange. And if you don’t live in/near Austin, we’ll find something equally exciting. If such a thing exists.

    Don’t forget to check this space every single day … because you never know when this malingerer will post a new Micro Fiction Challenge.

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    J. Sommers

    Hey, I don’t give a shit about the rules. Where are my kudos?

    When does the next one go up?

    David Duhr

    Next week! Probably. Maybe.

    Laura Roberts

    LoL. Yeah, I never actually count my words, ’cause I’m hardcore like that.

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