I can’t believe I’m a winner, and I want to give a sincere “Thank You!” to everyone who voted for me. I’m shocked, to say the least!

WOOF Contest – Top Picks:


Web-Betty – “Diffident is springA poem about the beauty of spring, using some lesser common words, found via dictionary.com and their "word of the day".

Dilbthelame – “These words that stare” – A poem I wrote a little while ago. Messing around with the structure.

Jennifer M Scott – “Magnetism” – Just a poem about being a writer.


Richard Perkins – “Renegade’s Door – Chapter 3”An air mage and a healer work together to save a wounded merchant on an embattled wagon train.

H. Benjamin Petrie – “Jigsaw Puzzle” – A short piece of jigsaw-like monologues.

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Presenting the finest of the writer’s blogs by the bloggers who write them. Highlighting the top 5 posts as chosen by the January 23, 2009 WOOF Contest participants. We are back up and running! Want in to join the next WOOF? The next contest ends January 30. Submit a link to your best writing post of the last 3 weeks using the form at the bottom of this page. Participants, repost the winning link list within a week and you’re all set.

Other WOOF Contestants for 01/23/09


Educated Whore – “Days Were Livin’” – A poem that I wrote for my fiancé.

exquisite corpse – “Promise to Keep” – The very last exquisite corpse poem about promise.

Jennifer M Scott – “Riptides and Whirlpools” – A poem about sucked in with sadness.

Jennifer M Scott – “Haiku Series #14” – Four random haikus.


Jennifer M Scott – “Lunch Hour” – Borderline erotic fiction.

Jennifer M Scott – “Forever Yours” – A story in the fantasy genre about undying love.

I’m honored to be listed in such good company. And I owe (yet another) “Thank You” to Dragonblogger for introducing me to this contest. 🙂


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