Hey guys! Your submissions for the kwriley summer writing contest are due by the end of today! Please submit your short stories! I would love to read them. There is no entry fee, but there is a cash prize. Thanks for reading. KWR
Hey guys. This is your friendly reminder to submit your pieces for the writing contest! There is NO entry fee, but there is a CASH PRIZE! You can even copy and paste your story into the comments section if you’d like! KWR
Hey guys! I wanted to take the time to let you know that if you are competing in the FREE summer writing contest, your submissions are due July 9! That’s next Monday! Word limit – 1500 words or less. Entry fee – Absolutely nothing. It’s FREE! Prize – 1st place: $20 and featured on kwriley.com … More Writing Contest Reminder!
Caleb finds out he’s got terminal cancer and asks the unthinkable from his sister. Will she be selfish or selfless? … More A Sister’s Choice – Short Story
The first few writing contests that I entered, I believed beyond a shadow of a doubt that my chances of winning depended on two things: 1. My technical writing skill, and 2. My creativity. When I didn’t win my first contest, I brushed it off as being a subjective art form. “My writing was good,” … More Tips for Winning Writing Contests: or at least how to improve your chances.
One of the most common things in writing is the show vs. Tell debate. Many writers struggle with whether or not they should show or tell the information they are presenting. There is a right time and place for both, but it’s so much easier to tell rather than show, so today I thought I’d … More Showing versus Telling: Different ways to show your story.
Hey guys. I was wondering how many of you would like to participate in a writing contest just for feedback and possibly a very small cash prize. It’d be completely free to enter and (with your permission) I’d feature your work on my site.