Welcome back, all! Happy New Year! With the first Wednesday of 2018, we have another monthly posting of The Insecure Writer’s Support Group. This month’s question pertains to organizing and planning a schedule, which is not something I ever do. 😉 So, I have decided to promote the winners and upcoming publication of the IWSG Anthology Contest. Congratulations to all of the winners!
The winners of the 2017 IWSG Anthology Contest: TICK TOCK
Grand prize winner: A Stitch in Crime – Gwen Gardner
Until Release – Jemi Fraiser
The Tide Waits – Rebecca M. Douglass
Center Lane – Christine Clemetson
One More Minute – Mary Aalgaard
Reset – Tara Tyler
Three O’Clock Execution – S.R. Betler
The Little Girl in the Bayou – J.R. Ferguson
Cypress, Like the Tree – Yolanda Renée
Gussy Saint and the Case of the Missing Coed – C.D. Gallant-King
Heartless – C. Lee McKenzie
Look for the anthology, Tick Tock: A Stitch in Crime, late spring, 2018.
Time for some news.
This first story is a heart-warming tale of family reunification with a twist. Still a little holiday-inspired sappy, I know. Pretty cool, though.
How many holiday lights do you need to use to cause a bill this size? Dang.
From worms to chimps taking maternity leave, this next link shares the strangest science stories of 2017. Love!
That’ll do it for this week. See you again in seven.