100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups – Week #27

What a week!

As those of you who follow the other blogs and are part of Team 100WC, last week was manic but really, really successful for the 100WC projects (this one included) It involved presentations at the influential British Educational, Technology and Training Show at Olympia in London and not much sleep. I tell you this to explain why I have not yet got to your entries BUT I WILL!

For this week you are going back to last week! One of the motivations some contributors have in joining the 100 Word Challenge for Grown Ups is to improve their writing. This week, you are all going to be critics. You are to choose a piece from last week and write a critique of it. I think I can hear your groans but you can do it! On the title please put the title of the piece from last week that you have chosen and something to indicate you as the author of this weeks. The pieces from last week, which should be read too are HERE We had some late arrivals which are stunning! (Yes, I’ve read them!)

Obviously the same rules apply – 100 words only, PG suitable and of course being constructive not nasty! The link will be open until Monday 23rd. For those who are new to this challenge please read the information HERE. Do get back to me if you have any questions!

Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list. As usual, let me know when you have posted and I’ll move your entry to this page as soon as possible!

  1. Drowning – from Joe M
  2. Autumn’s Auction Shocker
  3. Against the Odds
  4. Autumn – critique
  5. Helpfulmommas – Be Careful
  6. Exceptance Speech – @ronitee
  7. Critique of Dangerous Creatures
  8. Critique of The Glider by Ross Mannell
  9. Metrophobia – of & by Him Up North
  10. Full House – everyone gets a review! 
  11. Blockbuster from Writing from the Edge
  12. Thoughts on ‘Celebrity’
  13. Fragments from Fireflyphil

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