In honour of Beltane, the Celtic and Wiccan festival, we're holding a writing competition.
30 April 2013
A tweet containing the word CAULDRON
Start your tweet with
@raynehall #Beltane #TenTales
followed by your entry which must include the word cauldron.
How to enter:
Simply tweet your entry. Your tweet must be received by 6 am (British time) on 1 May.
Anyone may enter, except Ten Tales contributors. You need a Twitter account. Don't use multiple accounts. You may enter as many tweets from one account as you wish. Make sure your tweets are not 'protected', otherwise the judges may not be able to see them.
1st: All seven Ten Tales books (ebooks)
2nd: Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft and one other Ten Tales book of the winner's choice (ebooks)
3rd: Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft (ebook)
Karen Heard, author of the short story collection It's Dark Inside and contributor to Beltane: Ten Tales of Witchcraft and Scared: Ten Tales of Horror
Tracie McBride, author of the short story collection Ghosts Can Bleed and contributor to Scared: Ten Tales of Horror, Undead: Ten Tales of Zombies, Haunted: Ten Tales of Ghosts