Welcom back to Grammar Ghoul Press and the Shapeshifting 13 Über-Microfiction Writing Challenge! I trust everyghoul’s week is shaping up nicely. If not,
perhaps it’s time to shift gears. MWAHAHAHA! Lame, lame, lame. I know.
Okay, so let’s see who the winners are of last week’s writing challenge.
Before we do that, here is a little reminder:
The Shapeshifting 13 writing challenge kicks off every Friday at Noon (Eastern Time). The Inlinkz grid will be open for your challenge submissions, so you can link your piece as soon as it’s ready. The grid will stay open until Sunday at 8:00 p.m., after which voting will open. You will be able to read and vote for your favourite submissions until Monday at 8:00 p.m. Winners will be announced in a separate post on Tuesdays at Noon. Further details can be found here.
Alrighty. Here we go! The winners of The Shapeshifting 13 #10 Challenge are:
#1 YeshuM of TinyPurpleMe and her well crafted and gut-kicking piece, Ones and Zeroes. Nice job, Yeshu! Snag that winner’s badge.
#2 Michael of the Hypothetically Writing blog and his post-apocalyptic masterpiece, Aftermath. Well done, Michael!
#3 Our very own über-talented Editor-in-Chief, Suzanne of Apoplectic Apostrophes fame and her wonderfully dark and thought-provoking submission, Weeds.
And there you have it, Gang. Let’s have an octagon of applause for this week’s winners & everyghoul who participated! YAY!
Now, don’t forget to come back Friday at noon o’clock for the Shapeshifting 13 #11 writing prompt. Be sure & tell all your friends about the Grammar Ghoul Press writing challenges, too. Until then, thanks for shifting with Shapeshifting 13!