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The Word Count Episode16 Submissions NOW OPEN!

inbedWell, the voting was close, but we have the next prompt for The Word Count!

“Your character suspects his/her husband is having an affair and decides to spy on him. What she/he discovers is not what he/she was expecting…”

The guidelines, due date, and details for submissions are below:

The Word Count Episode Fifteen Submission Guidelines (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY)

PROMPT: Your character suspects his/her husband is having an affair and decides to spy on him. What she/he discovers is not what he/she was expecting…

GENRE: Any.

DEADLINE: I must receive your submission by MIDNIGHT (Eastern Time) 5th August 2011

THE DETAILS: The work must be an original of yours. It could be a poem, short story, song—anything really as long as you write something based on the stated theme Your character suspects his/her husband is having an affair and decides to spy on him. What she/he discovers is not what he/she was expecting…).

Do NOT exceed ten minutes

As this is a podcast, I need to receive a file of YOU reading (singing or otherwise performing) your work. MP3 FORMAT, please attach your MP3 file to an e-mail. The e-mail should also contain the following:

  • Your pen name
  • Your bio
  • Links to your websites
  • Your Twitter name (if you have one)
  • A photo I can use for the show notes
  • Permission to use your recording in the podcast
  • At the end of the recording, please add the following: “The is <YOUR NAME> author of <YOUR WORK(s)> and you’re listing to The Word Count Podcast”

Send your file to me@rbwood.com by Friday the 5th of August. You can also e-mail me with questions before hand. I do reserve the right NOT to post your submission, but will communicate that to you should it be the case. I add the ‘Explicit’ tag to the ‘cast, so if your story uses adult themes or language that’s ok—but it should be necessary for the story.

Peace

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