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The Writing Challenge and the Dreaded Box 1/17/11

Postby Writetrack » Mon Jan 17, 2011 8:06 am

Attention Challenge addicts: this week's article is for you!

Check out this question, submitted by a FaithWriters member:

Q: Recently, I wrote a post… regarding the overworked use of "fresh" and "out of the box." In a recent post, one FW expressed some frustration with submitting Challenge entries that turned out to be non-winners. The advice included the above clichéd words.

My question to you. Is it possible to qualify in simple terms how to write with a unique angle?

As a former Challenge entrant and judge, Glenn has more than sufficient experience to answer this question. If you've ever struggled with writing "outside of the box," check out the complete article here: THE WRITING CHALLENGE AND THE DREADED BOX

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