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Adverbially Challenged Volume 5 Kindle Edition
Profits from this book go to First Story, a charity who change lives through writing.
Adverbially Challenged Volume 5 contains 100 adverb-riddled stories from 100 authors who submitted their work to Mike’s Not-Entirely-Serious Wantonly-Rule-Breaking Adverb Writing Challenge on Chris Fielden’s website.
A S Winter, Abbie Melvin, Aisha Ali, Alan Barker, Alan Pattison, Alexandra Klyueva, Alexandra Pedro, Alice Lam, Allen Ashley, Alyn Hine, Amanda Jane Davies, Angela Dawson, Angela Googh, AnnaLise Sandrich, Ashutosh Pant, Barbara Hill, Beth Richards, Betty Hattersley, Bridget Yates, Caio César Varalta, Carla Vlad, Carmina McConnell, Cathy Cade, Charlotte Louise, Chioma Abiaka, Chris Espenshade, Christopher Fielden, Claire Apps, Clare Woodford, Dan Bryan, Danielle Cahill, David McTigue, David Silver, Denis Joseph, Donato Ruggiero, DT Langdale, Eileen Baldwin, Gavin Biddlecombe, Glo Curl, Helen Trowsdale, J. Commander, J. Wolfgang, James Louis Peel, Janie Knight, Jasmine Lee, Jayne Morgan, Jessica Bowden, Jo Caddy, Joe Brothers, Johanna McDonald, John James Lane, John Notley, Josh Granville, K. J. Watson, Kaitlin Ellis, Kamal Patel, Kell Renegar, Kenneth Muir, Kevin Kiernan, Khamis Kabeu, L.S. Ashby, Lesley Anne Truchet, Lucy Morrice, Maggie Elliott, Majella Pinto, Mark Stocker, Mason Canny, Matilda Pinto, Matthew Bines, MF Mika, Michael Rumsey, Mike Scott Thomson, N.B. Craven, Naymal Siddiqui, Neil Davie, Nichole Villeneuve, Pamela Simon, Patrick Christian, Paul Mastaglio, Peggy Gerber, Pete Armstrong, Pete Lambden, Peter Kay, Phil Maud, Phillip Godfrey, Pierre-Alexandre Sicart, Rachael Hillier, Rachel Hathcock, Raymond E. Strawn III, Rene Astle, Rob Traill, Sarah Brentyn, Sarthak Das, Sean Bain, Steven Barrett, Susi J Smith, Temitope Johnson-Toyin, Tiffany H White, Tom Southern and Victoria Mason.
The adverb writing challenge was created to raise awareness of adverb over-usage, support authors and raise money for charity.
Every story submitted to the challenge is published, so writers can gain the experience of having their work edited and then see their stories distributed in print and eBook formats all over the planet.
Profits generated by sales of this book are donated to First Story, a charity that brings talented, professional writers into secondary schools serving low-income communities to work with teachers and students to foster creativity and communication skills.
Please help us raise money for this worthy cause and spread the joy of adverbs around the world – buy this book :-)
You will find many writing challenges, all run in support of charities, on Chris’s website in the 'challenges' section.
- ASIN : B08MZ2V158
- Language : English
- File size : 2479 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 211 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 1,409,949 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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As in every anthology, some stories are better than others, but here the fun tends to prevail over the tedious. Start your day on the right foot with one of the stories in this book. If your day gets tiresome, just reset it with another story. Tell yourself that nothing that happened before you read the story is part of *this* day. Each story makes your day start anew, even if you read it in the evening. And if a particular story fails to please you, no problem: they're all short, so just read the next for another, immediate reset.