AWAI Writing Challenge:
My Perfect Day

Tell me about your perfect day. How does it start? How does it end? What makes it different than a not-so-perfect day?

Send your 1,000-word (or less) essay to me at with "My Perfect Day" in the subject line. If you send your submission as an attachment, please include your first and last name on the essay … not just the cover note.

One winner will be selected from all entries received. If it's you, you'll receive a $100 American Express gift card and have your essay published on the AWAI website.

All entrants will be recognized and will be sent a special gift for participating.

Deadline: Feb 21, 2010

Look for the winning entry in the Feb. 25th issue of Inside AWAI.

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Published: January 28, 2010

2 Responses to “AWAI Writing Challenge: My Perfect Day”

  1. Hei from the fjord,

    Great Challenge, thank you Katie!

    Sending my "Perfect Day" straight over to you.

    All our love to you and yours from your friends in Norway!

    Timothy Bert OwenFebruary 9, 2010 at 7:04 am

  2. Hmmm. . . Now you've got me thinking about it!!

    AmyODonnellFebruary 11, 2010 at 4:17 pm

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