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I have the honor of being a judge on Aurora Jean Alexander’s site for her fourth annual Halloween Poetry Contest. My fellow judges are Jan Marie and Aurora herself. The nice thing about this contest is that it is designed more to get you the author in front of more readers in a fun and festive way.
As any contest there are rules and guidelines in order for your poem to be featured over on Aurora’s site and win the awesome prizes. What do you win? The 3 winners will get to choose between the following ebooks in their chosen format:
- Prize Option 1: “A Father’s Protection” Story #1 in the Tales of Ferrês series and Story #2, “An Elf, a Dragon, and a God’s Intervention” by Speculative Fiction author K.M. Jenkins (Me) 🙂
- Prize Option 2: “Angelic Confessions” by Jan Marie
- Prize Option 3: “Journey to Aviad” book 1 in the Wind Rider Chronicles and “Ancient Voices: Into the Depths” book 2 by Allison D. Reid.
What are the guidelines you need to stick to in order to win and walk away with your prize? They are as followed:
- Your poem needs a Halloween theme.
- Your poem needs a minimum of 99 words.
- Your poem has to be delivered to Aurora’s email address between October 10 and Halloween, October 31, 2018, 9 pm Central Standard Time.
- Your poem has to be delivered together with your picture and a link to your blog/page.
- Please avoid violence, bad language, and sexual content within the poems. It would be disqualified.
Now the nice thing about this contest is that all poems submitted will get featured on Aurora’s blog and linked back to yours. The goal behind this contest is to help you get in front of potential readers and help build your author platform. Please follow the guidelines above and we will look forward to getting you up on her site.
Is there anything else you need to know? Oh, right I should provide you with Aurora’s email and her blog where you poem will be featured. 🙂
Aurora’s Blog: Writer’s Treasure Chest (link goes to contest guidelines)
Email to submit your poem: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck and happy writing!