Blogiversary COMPETITION / Mini Review

Hey guys!

So you know how for my blogiversary last year I had a Guest Post competition? Well I was thinking I could do a competition this year too! It’s open to anyone and everyone and is completely free to enter. Here is the competition…

You have the choice to write either a poem or short story. The theme (for both) is Betrayal. It, obviously, has to be your own work, and please make sure it’s family friendly. Maximum is 500 words, and don’t forget to add some imagination!

If you would like to enter the competition, please drop a comment below saying “I’M A CRAZY CHICKEN” and email your entry to me at by my Blogiversary, August 22nd. I will judge the competition and the winner will receive a prize, as well as their entry being posted on my blog. Have fun and good luck!

And now for my mini review! Just to make sure, this review has nothing to do with the competition 😉

The Bunny Slippers ~ Emily from For the Bookish

I came upon The Bunny Slippers one sunny day, from the realm of For the Bookish: a wonderful town of book-related stuff by a fellow book lover by the name of Emily. The Bunny Slippers is a short but sweet story which tells the tale of young Lily, who receives a lovely, soft new pair of bunny slippers for Christmas. The novel is set in the year of 1945, and is a story of Lily’s bunny slippers saving the life of her loving father Henry, who is suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. Personally I must say that I found this little tale, though quite moving, extremely delightful and wonderfully written; the words flowed gracefully and every paragraph a pleasing one indeed. I must say that Emily has quite some talent! You may, if you wish, peruse this fine story in the kingdom of Wattpad.

Simi Star rating: ***** (5 stars)


17 thoughts on “Blogiversary COMPETITION / Mini Review

  1. Aw, Simi! I love your review. Thank you ever so much for writing it. I think that’s the first time someone has written a review for one of my stories. 🙂 Your competition sounds so cool – if I find time, I will certainly be brainstorming ideas for betrayal… hm. There are so many possibilities there!

    Thanks again. I love your blog!

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  2. Hey!
    Definitely doing this….now to the plotting. *rubs hands together* It will be a struggle staying under 500 words. 😉
    Congrats on your blogiversary! Three years…wow!

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  3. Hello, Simi!
    Currently working on my story, and I’m finding it incredibly hard to write a full, finished short story under 500 words (which is what I’m aiming for). However, I’m sure I can still keep my story under 700 words. Could you change the maximum to maybe 700-750 words? If not, I completely understand! Just wondering. 😉

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