6-Word StoryQuest Writing Contest Winners
It’s not easy. As more than one person has observed, coming up with ideas is easy. Keeping them simple is hard work.
But it’s necessary. Without the art of idea distillation, you get lost & frustrated and ultimately will confuse your audience.
I called upon Tracking Wonder’s apprentice Mary Cinadr to be our main judge. Mary has extensive background in helping businesses, NPOs, and individuals write better copy, shape their brand identities and manuscripts, and execute more effective marketing plans for their brilliant ideas. She proved the ideal judge to help select the winners from a stellar list of submissions.
Here are our winners and runners-up!
First place: Lara Edwards
Second place: Peggy Acott
Third place: Ginny Taylor
Ginny receives a signed copy of The Journey from the Center to the Page: YogaPhilosophies & Practices as Muse for Authentic Writing to keep her anchored and grounded on her writing quest.
You can review some of the other entries on our Facebook wall – and feel free to play along even though the contest has ended. I’m endlessly curious about other people’s stories and Stories. As a refresher, here are the rules & guidelines as well as examples.
Do you want an easeful way into your Story or out of your creative mess? You have time to get on-board our first live learning expedition of the year – the StoryQuest Writing Course.
StoryQuest is an exceptional way to ease into shaping your Story’s form and structure. It’a slo an excellent primer if you’re considering joining my Captivating Book Mentorship Program this year.
Substantial content and interactive feedback sessions held on an open-air platform with the Bahamas breeze at your back. $450 tuition for 5 days.
What else do I need to say?
I’m jazzed by how many of us are showing up this year to create the stories we must tell.