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Saturday, 1 January 2011

Happy New Year

The London fireworks were spectacular as usual last night, but I have yet to see a photograph that does them justice. I thought I'd try a YouTube link instead!





So Wri1Sub1 kicks off today and I have got off to a flying start with a submission to the Readers Digest Short Story Competition. I am under no illusions about how hard it will be to keep up with the submission schedule as time goes on.

Finally a big THANK YOU to you my followers for coming along for the ride. I hope we will be able to enjoy 2011 together.

I hope that 2011 exceeds every expectation for each and every one of you;

may your goals be met
and your fears be needless,
your friends be true
and your days content.

12 comments:

  1. Well done for your short story entry.
    I did a 150 word flash fiction story today(as a practise piece), but for a magazine whose deadline was 12th Nov, so now I'm wondering should I make it longer and submit it elsewhere or file it for later!
    Thanks for the lovely New Year sentiments. You too. :O)

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  2. Happy New Year, Dom. Hope you meet your goals in the new year.

    J

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  3. All the best for the coming year, Dom.
    -- K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  4. Do'h I've just edited the piece and entered it to reader's Digest. thanks again for the Heads Up and good luck :O)

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  5. Oh excellent - well done. (I'll settle for 10% commission when you win! ;P)

    One week down 51 to go eh? :D

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  6. Oh I watched the London fireworks!! Spectacular!!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

    Good luck with this amazing challenge and all the best for 2011! Take care
    x

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  7. May we all go into 2011 without fear!

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  8. Thanks Madeleine, Jodi, Kay, Kitty, Alex and Akelamalu for your New Year wishes :)

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  9. I love fireworks!!!!! Happy New Year!!!!

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  10. Thank you for the lovely thoughts. I sending them back to you multiplied.
    Nancy
    N. R. Williams, fantasy author

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