But before we get to the TNW rules, I want to announce the winners of the Library Giveaway. I know I said I would give out five sets of the Prophecy Trilogy to five UA and/or Canadian libraries chosen at random, but I’ve made a command decision to give sets of the book to ALL the libraries that were entered.
Our kids need books! And I don’t mess around when it come to kids and books.
It isn’t exactly an Oprah-sized giveaway (I’d do it if I could!), but it’s something I can do.
So if you were a librarian or someone who entered on behalf of of a library, please contact email@example.com with “Library Winner” in the Subject line. Include the name and address of the library getting the books and a name to whom I can address the package.
Each library will get one complete set of the Prophecy Trilogy. We have two different editions of the first book; the original hardcover (it doesn’t match the other two, but it’s a hardcover so it might be more durable) and the paperback you’re all familiar with. Please specify in your email which edition of the first book you’d like sent to your library in addition to your copies of Guardian of the Gate and Circle of Fire.
I did choose five additional winners from those of you who helped to spread the word about the giveaway. Each of the following Twitter users will receive the Prophecy book of their choice;
Congrats to all! Email your choice of Prophecy book and your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Library Winner” in the Subject line.
Rules for the prompt and Thursday Night Write are as follows; use the above prompt to write whatever comes to mind, giving yourself no more than 30 minutes (no cheating!). Then post no more than 500 words of it for comment. If you leave a piece, you have to comment someone else’s piece. Thems the rules!
This is a great way to get the creative juices flowing. Having only 30 minutes doesn’t give you time to overthink, and sometimes that’s just what we writers need to shake things loose. Writers of all ages and experience are welcome to play.
Happy writing! <3