With several weeks left in the Golden Quill Awards Writing Contest there is still time to have your stories and poems critiqued by a prestigious panel of judges before the July 15, 2015 deadline.
If you are a writer, you need a writing contest.
In a modern, highly competitive market, how can a writer attain essential credentials and achieve recognition? A writing contest is a sure way to do just that! And just consider the company you will keep. Vince Gilligan, creator of Breaking Bad and writer for The X Files, got his start by winning a screenwriting contest. Author Fanny Flagg (Fried Green Tomatoes and numerous other works) and actor, producer, writer Judd Apatow (Anchorman, The 40-Year-Old Virgin) both started by entering and winning writing contests.
The Golden Quill Awards is an esteemed, international writing competition, now in its 26th year, and is ready to give you the acknowledgment and exposure you deserve.
There are three substantial prizes up to $1,000.00 in three different categories, plus ten finalists awarded in each category. Take your chance now. Use the theme of Transformation in each entry and let your submission transform your life as a writer.
Please check out all the contest rules and submission guidelines at TheGoldenQuillAwards.com Check us out on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, and listen to the Podcast from the Dave Congalton show on 920KVEC.
“This morning the archbishop of St. Paul, Minnesota and a deputy bishop resigned, charged with having “turned a blind eye” to repeated reports of inappropriate behavior by a priest who was later convicted of molesting two boys.” Al Jazeera news, 6/15/2015
St. Paul attorney Jeff Anderson refers to Vatican criminals as adhering “…to secrecy and self-governance operating above the law.” Minn Star Tribune 6/15/2015
Award winning author Brian Neary appears to have insider information on Vatican deceits, as his acclaimed thriller “Twenty Seven Million” crosses the line from intriguing fiction to shocking and predictive reality. Amazon reviewers are unanimous in their response; a gripping novel that’s …impossible to put down.