I’ve been asked to judge a competition! SeaMab School are running a Pocket Money Stories writing competition and they are looking for tiny stories of no more than 350 words.
Did you get pocket money as a child? Do you have a childhood memory that centres around pocket money? Submit your story using this link here. The team are looking for original pieces of your writing – four prizes will be awarded. This is my offering here.
Seamab are a residential school for vulnerable children aged between five and thirteen who have complex needs. They are nationally recognised for their specialist work with child development, attachment, and the impact of trauma and loss. Donate, or learn a bit more on their website.
Please share with your writing pals, and let me know in the comments if you enter or have any questions.