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Tag Archives: Flash Fiction Contest
Book-hopping wolves. Man-eating books. Haunted libraries. This is just a sampling of the submissions the library received in our recent Flash Fiction Contest. Teen writers were challenged to create their own original mystery, suspense, or horror story in 250 words … Continue reading
Before announcing the first place winner of our Flash Fiction Contest, I wanted to share some of the great resources the library has for young writers. First of all, the library provides free online classes in creative writing through a … Continue reading
This year’s Flash Fiction Contest entries were judged on a tough set of criteria. First, all contest submissions had to be written as a mystery, suspense, or horror story. Then, authors had to capture the judges’ attention with an interesting … Continue reading
We received 15 outstanding entries for this year’s Flash Fiction Contest. We challenged area teen writers to create their own original mystery, suspense, or horror story in 250 words or less. That amounts to three paragraphs, more or less. To … Continue reading
We kick off Teen Read Week with a reminder that this is the last week to submit your original mystery, suspense, or horror short story for DBRLTeen’s Flash Fiction Contest. All entries must be 250 words or less and incorporate … Continue reading
This is a reminder to all our blog readers that October 21 is the deadline for submitting your original spooky short story for the library’s Flash Fiction Contest. Winners will receive a gift card to Barnes & Noble and their … Continue reading
Do you love heart-pounding, nail-biting, spine-tingling mystery, suspense and horror stories? Then consider submitting your own original spooky short story as part of the DBRLTeen Flash Fiction Contest. All entries must be 250 words or less and incorporate the phrase, … Continue reading
This spring, Daniel Boone Regional Library hosted its first-ever Flash Fiction contest for teens. Area young adults were given no more than 250 words to share their original science fiction short stories. The library received over 60 entries all of … Continue reading