Thursday, February 7, 2013

150 Shades of Shame: Well, It Finally Happened

Posted By on Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 6:30 PM

And by "it," I mean that someone finally put a few of our writers in a story...though, considering that one other story contains a character named "David" typing away at a laptop (an activity I'm doing at this very moment,) I'm not ruling out the idea that I inspired something magical.

I won't give away the details—after all, the stories still need to be judged this weekend, and to give much away would be unfair to everyone involved. Especially the lucky souls that will be reading these things.

I will say this much though: I appreciate that the writer told the story in the format of one of our regular features. Cleverly done, writer.

Two reminders:

One, the contest is coming to an end very soon. Entries MUST be received by the end of the day, Feb. 9. Otherwise, you'll be completely out of luck.

Two, we're still very short on LGBT-related entries, something which I'm personally very unhappy about, especially considering this town's LGBT-friendly reputation.

And I'd be remiss if I didn't thank our friends at Fascinations for making this contest possible. Fascinations: If it comes from there, they're going to love it!

Time's running out folks. Get to it.

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