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Most of you who have read my books know that my first novella was published in Five Glass Slippers, the first Rooglewood Press anthology. Winning the contest gave me my start and launched the rest of the The Cendrillon Cycle; that single event has had the greatest impact on my writing.

Now Rooglewood Press is inviting YOU to join in their final creative writing contest for the Five Poisoned Apples anthology. If you’ve ever toyed with the idea of submitting an entry for the previous contests but did not, don’t hesitate this time: do it. This contest is an amazing opportunity for writers, whether brand new or established. Click here for the contest details!

And just check out this gorgeous cover, folks.

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Learn more about the photographer, Wynter Clark, here at her website. Julia Popova has done all of the covers for the Rooglewood Press anthologies (Five Glass Slippers, Five Enchanted Roses, and Five Magic Spindles), and more of her beautiful work is here on her website.

Now go get busy writing your very own retelling of Snow White…

The winners for the Five Magic Spindles anthology contest have been announced! Check out the news on Rooglewood Press’ page.

Congratulations to the winners! I know a lot of hard work and creativity went into these tales, and I can’t wait to read them! Being published in the Five Glass Slippers anthology was a wonderful experience for me, and I’m excited to see the literary tradition continue with this new collection.
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Haven’t read Five Enchanted Roses yet? Not sure if it’s your thing? Well, it is, and I don’t know what’s taking you so long to read it, but just in case you need further convincing, The Wulver’s Rose is now permanently free on Kindle, Nook, and Kobo! Check out this story, one of the five tales in the Five Enchanted Roses collection. You’ll immediately want to pick up the whole collection, as well as Five Glass Slippers, the first fairy tale retelling collection put out by Rooglewood Press, which includes my book, A Cinder’s Tale. Quit dragging your feet!

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