HAPPY HALLOWEEN, MUSERS!!!
In honor of this special day, we’re having a bit of a contest.
Becca and I looove to go trick-or-treating, so we’ve decided to get an early jump on those candy-snatching kids that’ll be showing up at your door later tonight.
In fact, we hope that all our Musers will have lots of sugary treats to hand out to us in our comment section, because we’ve worked really hard on our costumes, see?
Now everyone knows that while we’d never turn away any type of sweet morsel, all trick-or-treaters have a favorite treat. You know, one that will make Becca or Angela’s eyes light up as our Musers drop them into our cutesy plastic pumpkin pails in the comment section. In fact, we might get SO excited to be given this extra-special treat, we’ll hand out a treat of our own in return!
Offer each of us a treat in the comment section: ONE treat for each of us per post please. (Gotta watch them hips, you know.) If you offer one of us our favorite, then you win a GHOULISHLY AWESOME PRIZE.
The Ghoulishly Awesome Prize:
A first chapter critique or Picture Book critique, your choice (x 2 Becca and I will both critique it)
Note: 2 Ghoulishly Awesome prizes will be awarded–1 to the first person who guesses Angela’s fav, and 1 to the first to guess Becca’s fav.
Feel free to bestow compliments on our costumes and watch the comments section to see which ones turn out to be not our favorites. Enter, following the directions, and then if I post telling you that your choice was not one of our favorites, go ahead and offer us another candy handout! I’ll be attentive and won’t keep you hanging too long, I promise.
Oh my…was that the doorbell? Better get your candy bowl and go answer it…
Becca Puglisi is an international speaker, writing coach, and bestselling author of The Emotion Thesaurus and its sequels. Her books are available in five languages, are sourced by US universities, and are used by novelists, screenwriters, editors, and psychologists around the world. She is passionate about learning and sharing her knowledge with others through her Writers Helping Writers blog and via One Stop For Writers—a powerhouse online library created to help writers elevate their storytelling.