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Judging Isn’t Easy

Well, last month, I took second place in the Harlequin Writing Challenge for a short story called FATED. That means this time, I get to be one of the judges. Peer appreciation is a great feeling, but as they say with great power comes great responsibility. So, as a judge, it’s my turn to pick the best of the best — and make no mistake, that’s what they are. Why don’t you judge for yourself? http://community.harlequin.com/showthread.php/897-Writers-Challenge-3

This challenges stories  for this round are on pages 12 and 13! Enjoy!  If you’re curious, you’ll find FATED on page 9!

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Finally retired after more than 30 years as a teacher! Now, I get to spend my time gardening, enjoying my grandchildren, and writing. I finally completed the number one item in my bucket list and Crimson Romance published my first novel, Fire Angel, in April 2013. Since then I have published 24 manuscripts to date and don't plan to quit writing for a long time yet.

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