Welcome to week 2 of our Flash Fiction Contest with the theme of GIFT.

Read the winning entry for week 1 right here!

Here’s how it works:

  • Every Monday we announce that week’s theme
  • Every Saturday we close that week’s contest at midnight PST
  • Each entry must include that week’s theme, and be no more than 200 words in length
  • You must be following Salt & Sage Books on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram in order to be eligible to win

Prizes

  • Weekly prize: $20 voucher or 10% coupon for Salt & Sage Books, announced on Sundays
  • Grand prize: $100 or 20% off voucher, announced December 31st
  • Winners will be featured on our blog and on social media

FAQ
I entered last week, can I enter again? You betcha!
My piece is just over 200 words. Can I stretch the word count? Nope. Please make it 200 words or less.
Where do I enter? Link below!

Ready?

Let’s go!

FLASH!


December 8 - 14: GIFT

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1oxoIPCevWhRIvDjnw_CFBeKnqtTDNFhZrGcinnCWZHA/


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