Tuesday, September 22, 2009

WOOF Contest winners September 18, 2009

WOOF Contest – Top Picks


Jennifer M Scott – “Thrill of the Kill” - A woman is a hunter but there is a happy ending. This is intended for mature readers.

Zorlone – “Overflowing” - It started out as an acceptable social norm, but like most people, you were overwhelmed. Your alcohol addiction consumed you.

Roy – “Death Beckoned - Youth asking for death to fall on him...

Dragon Blogger – “Strange Little Mouse - Humorous child poem about a new wild pet.

About Writing

Heather Kephart – “Holly Jahangiri” - This interview with the plucky Hellcat known as Holly Jahangiri is the first in what will be a series of interviews with people passionate about writing.

Fiction / Short Story

Anne Bender – “A Vision of Yesteryear - A memory sparked by an image.

H. Benjamin Petrie – “In the Sea - A man with his wife at the beach thinks about the sea as he watches a girl swim.

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(WOOF participants should re-post all the links above by next Monday. The following links may be excluded as long as you include all the above links.)

Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top posts as chosen by the September 18, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends September 25. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form on this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 09/18/09

About Writing

Khaye-Mydette Sy Cardenas – “How I Unleashed Writers in My Class” - The writer talks about the challenges in teaching writing to English as a Second language Learners.


Puneet Kaur – “Waiting quietly...” - A simple poem that speaks about hope, wishes and the dreams one holds deep down, of boarding a flight to a different world... Like a bird , a soul is waiting patiently, quietly, hopeful and yet fearful... waiting that someday her prayers will be heard...

Roy – “The Lord of Death has spoken - My reply to my first poem Death Beckoned...

Zorlone – “In Solitude” - Life continues to ask questions. There are always decisions that had to be made. Sometimes the answer is found through reflections and prayers.


Jena Isle said...

Congrats Roy, Zorlone and Holly for winning again, You guys are marvelous writers.

Roy said...

thanks Jena!