Re: QCFA Writing Contest I've entered
I feel I'm at a slight disadvantage because I do NOT have many FB friends, I do not have HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS as other writers there, do. So I have to think of ways to make this advantageous for me, compensate for this. I've figured out one way, but this is another way - by appealing to YOU. Several of my 84 entries have been pulled, or are still pending approval, or when the rules changed, I could not enter some of them, but you will find ALL of them on my FB wall. MANY MANY MANY of them are STILL THERE on the contest site, so please, GO THERE to SHOW ME YOUR "LIKES". I'm thinking of making my 7th published book out of some of them and more I'll write. I wrote all of them in just over a week's time. At around #30, I was like, "Hey, I have so many, I could make a book out of them." So far I am. I've cleverly titled it, Five Seven Five. Never wrote a Haiku or anything like these before this contest. Wrote my first entry, then I soon asked if we could enter more than one. When it was approved, it opened up a vein instantly. (that's an expression, not to be taken literally) And all that flowed out of me. If you don't understand some, ask me about them. Please, consider going to that FB event site. It's so simple. Just "like" entries you like, that's it. Please.
Or, you can talk about my entries here, if you'd like. I seek visibility (not in the "attention whore" sense, but in the Nathaniel Branden, Ellen Kenner, Edwin A. Locke psychological sense of the term) I just want to find my kind of readers, who can value my writing, as it is, for what it is. Thanks!