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The June Challenge: LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION! is now OPEN to submissions
The Winner of the May Challenge: First Line Immitations
is... Alexandra Penworthy by grafiksad
The following six are this month's runners up:
Ender's Game by Sprayoncrayon • Bestiary by BZAlixandre • Portrait of a Lady by VeronicaFrancesLight of my Life by VanillaLover97 • I Imagine My World by AlinaVoyce
We would also like to give honourable mentions to A Listless Carol by Keberly and A Certain Degree by JedAnderson
Thanks to everyone who took part!
Our judges said:
"We had great fun reading all of your entries this month, and there were so many great entries that we had to give a couple of honourable mentions to two submissions that didn't quite make the top six. Well done to you all!"
On the Blog
WEbook's May Newsletter
An Interview with the April Challenge Winner, Keladrion
An Interview with the March Challenge Winner, Rainbow Blight
How to Self-Publish With Success by WEbook Author Kimberley Reeves
WEbook Community News
WEbook's Member of the Month is Miss_Ladybug for her outstanding contribution to PagetoFame this month
Did you know, community projects are a great place to meet fellow writers, why not try some of these out?
500-words to encourage you to keep writing every day...
Pitch A Plot where you can get feedback on your story ideas...
Share a Problem where you can ask for help on parts of a story you've aleady written...