Mid-Week Blues-Buster Week 2.34 WINNERS
Judge Miranda Kate had some great stories to read this week…
Here are her decisions;
This week we had 6 entries, along with a great song. I did want to write for it – and actually have, but will be posting it to my blog as it was inadmissible. As always you guys don’t make it easy to pick.
First place – and overall Winner – Lisa Shambrook @LastKrystallos
This tale allowed the reader to feel every single second and moment of emotion and tension. And we are pulled through the story not quite sure what the situation is, what the main character has done and is going to do, until the end, completed the full arc of the story. It was powerful and succinct, using all the senses. Loved it.
Second place goes to Susan O’Reilly @susanOReilly3
I was totally taken with the rhyme in this one, I love the rhythm it strikes up. It aided to the flow and the story and I am impressed at how it can be achieved. And being written in first person it also brought me closer to the story and the MC. I liked the moral high ground the killer walks on, and also the outcome. Good piece.
Third place goes to Mona Bliss @MissBliss
Ah, the voices that haunt us in life, and control us, however much we want to fight against them. The repetition in this really worked for me, and the tension came across well as the story unfolded, watching someone try and hold onto their sanity. Good stuff.
Mazel tov to all of our Winners.
Lisa… here’s another Winner’s Badge for you;
Thanks to all of our writers & readers and thanks to Judge Miranda Kate.
See you on Tuesday!