Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Poetry Contest & Quick Note

Susan Reinhardt of Christian Writer/Reader Connection is guest posting over at Susan Panzica's Eternity Cafe today. I'll be scooting over to say hello, how about you?

The 6th Annual Writer's Digest Poetry Contest is accepting entries till December 15, 2010. A cash prize and trip to the WD Conference in New York City will be awarded to the winner. Click here for details.

Happy writing,
Karen

Photo credit: vancity197  http://www.sxc.hu/photo/921894

29 comments :

  1. Thanks for the links. I checked them all out. Have a blessed day!

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  2. Thanks for the link, Karen. Hope your writing is going good.

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  3. Thanks for the links Karen, I'll go over to Eternity cafe. Enjoy this day!

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  4. Wish I did do poetry I could use some cash right now :)

    Just wanted to say hey and tell you to stay warm! It's down right cold here. :)
    Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

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  5. Rhonda,
    Can always count on you:) Have mocha will travel, eh?

    Terri,
    I'm sure they'll appreciate it! Thanks.

    Laurel,
    You're welcome! Hope all is well with you.

    Tyrean,
    You are welcome. Hope they were helpful!

    Rachna,
    Starting to get back to some writing. It's good to be back.

    Marja,
    You are welcome. Enjoy your day too. :)

    Jules,
    Yes, I'd say the cash could be a good motivator. Worth a shot, anyway:)

    Alex,
    Me too! Haven't played around with poetry in a while. It might be worth a try though...

    Blessings all,
    Karen

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  6. Thanks for the link and reminder.
    Donna v.
    http://donnasbookpub.blogspot.com

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  7. Great links as always. Love Susan!!! :O)

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  8. Karen:
    I have to think about this poetry contest.
    Susan's guest blog is good.

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  9. Ah, poetry. One of many things I'm not good at. Guess I should mosey on over and take a look though. I enjoy reading it, even though my writing poetry skills leave a lot to be desired.

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  10. That's an awesome grand prize. Usually I see a book giveaway as a prize. Wish I could write poetry but alas I have trouble just finding two words that rhyme.

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  11. Donna,
    You are welcome! Nice to see you:)

    Diane,
    Thanks:) Yes, I agree, Susan is a sweetheart. Well, both Susans, actually!

    Cecelia,
    I think you should give it a shot! You've written poetry, haven't you?

    Shannon,
    I hear ya; poetry's not really my thing either. Wonder how much we could improve if we worked at it? :)

    Stephen,
    That is a sweet prize. Perhaps I should work to improve my poetry skills...

    Blessings all,
    Karen

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  12. Susan seems to be everywhere these days, doesn't she? :)

    This makes me want to write poetry. Almost.

    Thanks, Karen!

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  13. Oh, I didn't know Suze was over at Susan's! Thanks for the head's up, and the contest link. You are so thoughtful, Karen.

    Love
    Jen

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  14. Janna,
    She does! A good thing, I think. :)

    Shannon,
    You are welcome!

    Jen,
    Well, with everything going on with her mom, I'm happy to pass the link along:)

    Blessings all,
    Karen

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  15. Hi Karen -

    Thanks for the link.

    My poetry rarely sees the light of day. I'll stick to writing it for de-stressing purposes. :)

    Blessings,
    Susan

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  16. How'd you slip back in and I didn't know about it? I ALWAYS try to know everything. hehe

    I'm glad you're back. Iread your article over at Stephen's house. Didn't comment, because I felt bad that I got there so late. Actually ashamed is more like it.

    I enjoyed reading it, though. I loved all eight points. Especially number four, sowing and reaping.

    Anyway, I missed Susan's guest post, too. I guess y'all should DISOWN me. I love you though. And I am still praying for you and your family.

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  17. I don't write poetry, but it sounds like a great contest. Are you entering?

    Off to check on the lovely Susan!

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  18. Susan,
    You are most welcome. Always happy to pass along good info! :) Particularly stuff from good blogging friends.

    Robyn,
    Well, sometimes those who know everything just get distracted, that's all. And no disowning you. Never! Thanks, sweet friend.

    Jill,
    No, I'm not entering, even though the contest sounds great. I don't really write poetry and it would take a while for me to come up with something...like way past the deadline! :)

    Blessings all,
    Karen

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  19. I've never been good at poetry, but respect people who do have this talent. I write a little haiku from time to time, but that's about it. Have a great weekend!

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  20. So glad you shared that information! Very useful. And I enjoyed all your recent posts--I never would've guessed those were the sources of the quotes (I think I only got the first one, but then again, I think a 5-year old would've gotten that one.)

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  21. Clarissa,
    You are most welcome!

    Stephen,
    For some reason writing poetry has never been my thing either...oh well:)

    Samuel,
    Thanks! Hope you find it helpful.

    Happy weekend,
    Karen

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  22. Hi Karen,

    This is my 3rd attempt at trying to comment:( Anyhow, wanted to thank you for the poetry info:)
    As you might have read, I fashion myself a poet LOL, so will give it a try:)

    Best,
    Clara.

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  23. I've been getting the emails about the poetry contest and the now past deadline short story contest. I really should consider some of these for next year. Maybe some of the free ones especially.

    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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