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Published by Ideals Children's Books,


a lift-the-flap board book for ages 2-5,

written by Sally Clark


and winner of a 2015
Silver Medal
from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards






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Saturday Writers Short Story Contest - Green/Blue

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Saturday Writers Short Story Contest - Color Prompt: Green/Blue

http://www.saturdaywriters.org/sw-contests.html

Deadline - March 30, 2013
Short Story - Color Prompt: Green/Blue
Max words: 2,013 - Genre: Any
Entry fee - $7 (nonmembers)  Prize - $25 + publication
Our contest is to write a short fiction story featuring a creative yet noticeable use of the color blue and/or green.

To help spark an idea:
Blue overalls, denim.
Someone is green with envy.
Green grass.
The Caribbean, the scent of the island.
Drive a green or blue car, smell of exhaust.
During mountain climbing the blue rope could fail.
Money, the scent of money.
The Swamp Thing.
Blueprints.
Shamrock - Luck.
Blue plaid skirt.
Haint Blue.
Dew drops, scent morning air in the bloom of spring.
Blue Jay.
A sapphire or an emerald, jade.
Lines on a map. Greenville, Greenbay
Dorothy had her eyes dyed blue to match her dress.
Name your character Blue.
Blueberries.
Trees in the spring under the big blue sky.
Blue Suede Shoes.
John Deere.
Frogs.
Grandma's gingham apron.
Green or blue hair.
Crispy green salad.
Green Beans.
Green traffic light.
...Think outside the crayon box & see where you end up!



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Saturday Writers Short Story Contest - Green/Blue

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Saturday Writers Short Story Contest - Color Prompt: Green/Blue

http://www.saturdaywriters.org/sw-contests.html

Deadline - March 30, 2013
Short Story - Color Prompt: Green/Blue
Max words: 2,013 - Genre: Any
Entry fee - $7 (nonmembers)  Prize - $25 + publication
Our contest is to write a short fiction story featuring a creative yet noticeable use of the color blue and/or green.

To help spark an idea:
Blue overalls, denim.
Someone is green with envy.
Green grass.
The Caribbean, the scent of the island.
Drive a green or blue car, smell of exhaust.
During mountain climbing the blue rope could fail.
Money, the scent of money.
The Swamp Thing.
Blueprints.
Shamrock - Luck.
Blue plaid skirt.
Haint Blue.
Dew drops, scent morning air in the bloom of spring.
Blue Jay.
A sapphire or an emerald, jade.
Lines on a map. Greenville, Greenbay
Dorothy had her eyes dyed blue to match her dress.
Name your character Blue.
Blueberries.
Trees in the spring under the big blue sky.
Blue Suede Shoes.
John Deere.
Frogs.
Grandma's gingham apron.
Green or blue hair.
Crispy green salad.
Green Beans.
Green traffic light.
...Think outside the crayon box & see where you end up!



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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.
 

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