BOOMER WOMEN SPEAK
AUGUST-SEPTEMBER WRITING CONTEST
Back to School Memories
Ah, remember the back to school days of youth? How about taking us back with you by writing your favorite back to school memory? You are welcome to write about the anticipation and excitement of beginning another year, or plunking yourself down in a classroom full of strangers wearing brand new clothes all the way down to your underwear. Maybe you loved having all new school supplies, or couldn't wait to get to the playground to catch up with friends you hadn't seen all summer. Whatever it is, take us back to the good old days. Send us your story by entering our contest and win prizes!
Deadline: September 30, 2007
Entry Fee: none
$50.00 cash and New Membership or Renewal to NABBW!
Defying Gravity: A Celebration of Late Blooming Women, by Prill Boyle What Happens Next? by Chloe JonPaul A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Throne, by Georgia Richardson
Share your story with us and win prizes! For guidelines visit us at BOOMER WOMEN SPEAK
********Winner of the JUNE-JULY Boomer Women Speak Writing Contest was Amy Mullis with her essay, Death by Faulkner. To read about Amy's "aha" moment click HERE!
An Honorable Mention went to Linda Oatman High for Lessons of Blessings and Joy , and can be read at HERE.