I’ve got a really special treat for y’all today: a Q&A with the lovely Rue Arrow, a teenager with a “do hard things” mindset who is truly inspiring!
Now, in case you don’t understand the difference between a Q&A and author interview (like I didn’t before Rue got a hold of me XD), it’s simple. An interview is focused on the author. A Q&A is focused on a topic. So! I asked Rue ten questions on the topic of doing hard thing (check out this fantabulous book if you don’t know what I’m talking about), and she gave me some stunning answers. Let’s dive in, shall we?
This is it! The big day where you guys get to read Grace Johnson’s winning story!!! You guys. This was so. good. The chilling descriptions, the unexpected turns, the clear-cut uniqueness of every character… well, you’ll see what I mean. I won’t hold you up! Presenting…. *drumroll please* Grace’s story!
Another week has rolled around and here we are at our second Story Day: Winner’s Edition! (Yes, I made that up on the spot.) Today, you all get to read the second-place winner’s amazing poem, titled The Midnight Stallion. Interested? Me too. XP So let’s hear it for Emily Waldorf!!
I’m gonna mix things up a bit this time, guys. *listens to the collective groans* Relax, it’ll be fine! Basically, instead of posting Emily’s prize interview first and then Grace’s prize guest post, I’ll post Grace’s stuff first and Emily’s second. 🙂 Congrats again, Grace, on winning!! To the rest of you… if you need inspiration, read this.
Welcome back to another Story Day, guys! With The Caretaker over (finally XD), you guys are going to be treated to the stories (and poem) of the winners of the short story contest. 🙂 So hold on to your hats as I have the pleasure of announcing (and publishing) Denali Christianson’s short story, Voice of Victory. Enjoy!