Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Merry Sisters of Fate Contest!

The Merry Sisters of Fate (Maggie Stiefvater, Tessa Gratton, & Brenna Yovanoff) are having a contest!

They're giving away:
1) A signed copy of LINGER by Maggie Stiefvater

2) A signed ARC of THE REPLACEMENT by Brenna Yovanoff

3) A signed copy of the audiobook of LINGER (which includes Sam SINGING!)

4) A Merry Fates tote bag

To enter, all you have to do is write something using the following prompt and post it to your blog. Winners will be chosen at random Monday the 26th.

Prompt: The Princess and the Pea by Edmund Dulac


Here's my entry (I used the image, not the title):

She thought that the higher up she slept, the closer she was to the sky, and so the closer she would be to him. To freedom. But he never came.

Not during the endless hours she stared out the window wishing to be anyone, anywhere other than there. Not while she lay awake in the dark, waiting. Not even in her dreams.

She’d heard her maids say it more than once. There was a boy in the village with wings of paper and silk. At night he flew, like a ghost or faerie, over the high walls of the palace gardens. Inside, he plucked the best fruits, liberated the livestock, and once, drank the King’s wine.

But never, ever, (no matter how much she wished) did he fly up to the tower and steal the King’s daughter. Not even he was brave enough for that.

5 comments:

L.J. Boldyrev said...

Love it!

ElegantSnobbery said...

I loved it!!

Sara said...

Oh my goodness, that's gorgeous! Seriously, Valerie!

BTW, can't wait to meet you Saturday!

Valerie Kemp said...

Thank you! I wrote it in like 5 minutes, so I'm glad you don't think it sucks!

Emily Kate Johnston said...

That was REALLY COOL!

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