Editors of Writer's Digest's 80th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition Collection PDF

By Editors of Writer's Digest

ISBN-10: 1599635836

ISBN-13: 9781599635835

The editors of Writer's Digest are happy to proportion with you the successful entries in every one type of the eightieth Annual Writer's Digest Writing festival, besides the Grand Prize-winning tale, Boy Witch, through John T. Biggs.

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One day while rinsing clothes in the lake, Ayashe said to her mother, “I want to do more than cook and clean. ” “Nonsense,” her mother said. “Be content, daughter. ” But Ayashe could not help what she felt. Her father, Na-non-ga-be, like his father before him, had a spirit guide — a crow, who gave him courage and wisdom. The crow was battered and old, having gone through a long life and guided many generations. It rested upon her father’s shoulder, watching the land and those who moved over it as carefully as her father did.

Hi,” I say, trying not to treat her like a small child. If you start off like that, they’ll never trust you. ” She pauses. ” “Hi, Teal. ” “I figured,” she says. ” She was right. Except for the fact that he’s pale and shaking like a leaf, the boy has no visible wounds. He just looks like he has a bad case of the flu. ” I ask. “Sebastian. The witches got a hold of him. ” Her voice breaks. She breathes deeply, and starts again. ” “No, no it’s not,” I say. I place a hand on the center of Sebastian’s chest and move it around, trying to find an area that’s warmer than the rest of his body.

I couldn’t even manage to break part of the arrow off, though I don’t see what good that would have done. It didn’t matter, not at all. He was dead. It was instinct to close his eyes, something I’d gotten used to. I couldn’t stand it anymore. There was blood on the grass, and there was blood on my hands. I ran in to the forest, with no idea where I was going. I ran and never turned back. I was never cut out for this work anyway. INSPIRATIONAL WRITING WINNER YIELD SIGN by Ann-Marie Morgan Looking back at the choices she had made, she knew that she had determined her own path a long time ago.

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