WEP/IWSG challenges are open to all.

On the 1st of the challenge month, there will be a get-your-thinking-caps on post. The badge will include the dates of the challenge and the winner’s prize.

Going forward, the InLinkz sign up will open on the third Wednesday and close 3 days later. Participants link up with the DLs.

Team members collate a SHORTLIST and Nick Wilford judges WINNER, RUNNER UP and ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD.

The BEST COMMENTER AWARD will continue, shared by different people, so keep on reading wonderful people!

Monday, 30 October 2017

WEP-HALLOWEEN DARK PLACES CHALLENGE WINNERS!



AMAZING!

HORRIFYING!
THOUGHT PROVOKING!
 along with
SUPERIOR WRITING!

 

We could go on and on. The stories, poetry, and images presented for the 2017 WEP Halloween – Dark Places Challenge are beyond description.


From the talented L. G. Keltner, who describes in explicit detail the fear we all have regarding strangers, but especially when it comes to our children in her tale  A Dark Man in a Dark Room. Then one of our veterans, Pat Garcia, brought the emotion with her story of a survivor haunted by horrific nightmares in A Dark Night of the Soul. Newcomer Carrie Anne Golden – hit a cord in all of us (bitches) with her ode to the darkness within in Black Heart.
Positive thinker Hilary Melton-Butcher brought us to Dark Places through images and poetry that highlight the violent sacrifice of martyrdom.  And horror queen Laura Clipson’s tale of Darkness details the caution we all need to take when love is too good to be true.

But folks there are more, many, many more so please go HERE to find the dark delights our writers are sharing with you this Halloween! 

But we are all here to find out who took us to the darkest of places, and to that end I'm proud to announce the winners!



The Winner of the

2017 WEP Halloween Challenge
Dark Places
is
Elephant’s Child


Congratulations, Sue!

The build-up was perfection, the fiend unexpected, and the horror subtle.
 With everything in its place and a place for everything, disobedience will not be tolerated!

Please, accept the winner’s badge and display on your blog with a link to Prestwich.

An Amazon Gift Card of $10 will be winging your way shortly.

The Runner-Up of the
2017 WEP Halloween Challenge
Dark Places
is
DB McNicol

Congratulations Donna!
 I read The Taxi Ride as a cautionary tale. We’re so used to judging humanity on its differences – beware the freak within!
 Please accept the Runner-Up Badge
And display on your blog with a link to


The Encouragement Award for the
2017 WEP Halloween Challenge
Dark Places
goes to
Julie Flanders


Congratulations, Julie.
In The Apartment, a young boy has the power to decode the past, but a locked closet won’t let the details out. Chilling!
Please accept the badge and display it on your blog with a link to
The Apartment.


CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WINNERS

Thanks, everyone, for joining us for Halloween. We love each and every entry.
But soon it will be time to prepare for the next challenge !

DECEMBER
THE END IS THE BEGINNING!


 
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