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About the Brighton commendation: Comments on the Brit Writers Awards: Comments on the yearly competition in section 1: In 2012 I was second in this competition and they were to publish an artwork called'Primed' with my story in early 2013, but they stop replying to my e-mails and correspondence - the level of professionality I found in the case of my Chapter One promotions is very disheartening - I don't like it when someone in the writing group speaks badly,
I' m still confident that they will publish the manuscript, but research shows that this is an enduring issue - you can find out more on Dan Purdoe's diary (Dan won the 2010 contest) - Recently one of my website visitors contacted me and said this:
"In September 2013 I got evidence of my story to OK 1 year after they said they would submit it, so the book may be out sometime? Remarks on Section One Children's Competition: 7-9, 10-12, 13-15, 16-18 - Winner and runner listed in our anthography - please read the information in the principal list of our promotions before you enter your competition!
EllenorLions Competition Information: Comments on the competition: About the GKBCinc Short Story Contest: Comments on Golfwell's competition: DECLOSED 2016, now with frequent debut performance of our latest Flash-Fiction-Composition, Note on Hay-on-Wye Competition: Uncertain if it is still active, so it will appear on this page..... After I received a complaint about the website, I deleted this entry in 2018, EG: Hour of Writes is displayed on your website as a week-long competition, but it seems to have ended without notice and some competition results are almost three month behind schedule.
The site never worked well, but in recent month it has become increasingly unpredictable without the owners having the politeness to tell anyone what is going on and ignore users' question. Looking at the HOW website, you can see that no new competition has been published since about April.
CAUTION: I have some questions about this contest because the user has some problems. Now the website has vanished. You have taken funds from the participants and have not reimbursed them without accompanying the competition to its finalisation. When this deal reappears, be very careful about participating in the contest - it seems to be conducted in an uncomfessional way.
This is an updated version of the March 2017 issue of Peer Review (about a months before the website disappeared): Sadly, our initial appointment was postponed because our jury was moved and did not find the right person to fill these vacancies before their calendar was modified and after they had to be compensated for a new one.
We have now, as most of you should know, taken our initial investment out of competition, so we are in a somewhat stiff situation until February. That is not our responsibility, but our back-to-back competition aspirations must now be put on ice and, more crucially, they must be our first prioritisation.
Let me conclude with a full excuse from everyone here at our site for the delays in announcing this. This was not what we expected in the run-up to our first competition, but it has put us in a position that will not be repeated in the futurolog. Comments on the Little House competition:
The University College London 'Changing The Human Brain' UK15 September 2013? Information on the Webook competition: CLOSED, now a new competition, Lotus on Word Hut Competition: