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Twin Trinity Media Announces Winners of Accentuate Writers Short Story Contest Hope Theme

The winners of the Accentuate Short Story Contest with the theme of Hope have been announced.

2011-01-23
ODESSA, TX, January 23, 2011 (Press-News.org) Twin Trinity Media, part of the Accentuate Family of Author Services, announces the winners of the Accentuate Writers Short Story Contest with the theme Hope. Writers competed to obtain a coveted place in the Expressions of Grace anthology, including a royalty contract, cash and merchandise prizes.

The short story winners were Family Ties, by Elizabeth Grace; After Dawn, by Derek Odom; and Until Morning Comes, by Cathy Urbanski.

Four poems also earned places in the Expressions of Grace anthology. These were
Too Jealous, Across the Fence, It Raises Its Ugly Head, and Things Aren't What They Seem, all by Camden Eastman.

Five stories were chosen to have their stories available for digital download on the http://shop.twintrinitymedia.com website. These were Hope Begins in the Dark, by Cathy Graham;
Purpose, Michael Solis; A New Genesis, by LA Porter; Mind Healer, by Melody Miller; and Julio Adriane, by Farah Evers.

Contestants' submissions were judged on use of theme, adherence to submission guidelines and quality of the story and writing. The Accentuate Writers Short Story Anthology and Poetry Contests, now in their third year, give writers an opportunity to obtain critiques, a chance to win cash and merchandise prizes and a publishing contract. Anyone is eligible to enter the contests, but only the best work is included in the Accentuate Writers Anthologies.

The 2010 themes are part of the Expressions Series of anthologies for TTM, and the 2009 themes are part of the Elements Series of anthologies. For more information about the themes, entry guidelines and prizes, visit the Accentuate Writers Forum at http://www.AccentuateWriters.com. For more information on purchasing the books, visit the Twin Trinity Media website at http://shop.twintrinitymedia.com.

About Twin Trinity Media:

Twin Trinity Media is the media arm of Accentuate, the parent company for TTM, Accentuate Writers Forum, Recipes & Recovery, Michy's Book Reviews and more. TTM's focus is to help yet-to-be-published or under-published talented authors find support, encouragement and venues for paid publication of their writing. TTM supports literacy, love of reading and writing, and seeks to share the passion for and power of the written word in all its forms of expression.

Contacts:
Michelle L Devon, Managing Editor
Jennifer Walker, Associate Editor
Lynn Hunter, Promotions

PO Box 1135
League City, TX 77574
(281) 896-4679

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[Press-News.org] Twin Trinity Media Announces Winners of Accentuate Writers Short Story Contest Hope Theme
The winners of the Accentuate Short Story Contest with the theme of Hope have been announced.