THE GREATEST NOVELLE CONTEST NUMBER 4  December 1, 2011 - March 31, 2012

Reading and Deliberating

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A novella (also called a short novel) is a written, fictional, prose narrative longer than a novelette but shorter than a novel. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Nebula Awards for science fiction define the novella as having a word count between 17,500 and 40,000.[1] Other definitions start as low as 10,000 words and run as high as 70,000 words
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Novel · Poem · Drama
Short story · Novella


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Prose · Verse

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A novella (also called a short novel) is a written, fictional, prose narrative longer than a novelette but shorter than a novel. The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Nebula Awards for science fiction define the novella as having a word count between 17,500 and 40,000.[1] Other definitions start as low as 10,000 words and run as high as 70,000 words.

I WANT THIS CONTEST TO BE CLEAN SO NO ADULT OR EROTIC NOVELLAS ALLOWED.



Prizes

$0000000000, SAME PRIZES GIVEN OUT AS IN THE GREATEST NOVELLE CONTEST NUMBER 1-3

Awards

GRAND PRIZE WITH MEMBERSHIP TO WRITERS-NET.COM GRAND PRIZE WITH MEMBERSHIP TO WRITERS-NET.COM
FIRST PRIZE FIRST PRIZE

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2 Contestants
2 Submission
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Created Jul 26, 2011

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Rules

  • Any WritersCafe.org Member can Submit
  • Only these Genres Can be Submitted:
    • Fantasy
    • Fiction
    • Novella
  • Each Contestant May Submit 1 Piece of Writing
  • Writing may be submitted 12/1/2011 - 3/31/2012
  • Winners will be decided by the Moderator

Disclaimer

LadyKarissa is solely responsible for the content of this contest, including all promised prizes. Take any promises of large monetary awards with a grain of salt. Contact LadyKarissa if you have any further questions.


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