A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

It started with a writing challenge 1,000 words based on a random image 18 authors took on the task all in aid of PKDcharity and here are the results Never will you find such an eclectic collection of stories in one book, but which such a varying collection of writers, what did you expect All the pictures that inspired these stories can be found at samiesandsIt started with a writing challenge 1,000 words based on a random image 18 authors took on the task all in aid of PKDcharity and here are the results Never will you find such an eclectic collection of stories in one book, but which such a varying collection of writers, what did you expect All the pictures that inspired these stories can be found at samiesands pictures Buying this book will not only entertain and amuse you, it will support a hard working charity and might even lead you to discover your new favourite author
A Picture is Worth Words It started with a writing challenge words based on a random image authors took on the task all in aid of PKDcharity and here are the results Never will you find such an eclectic collection of

  • Title: A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words
  • Author: Samie Sands Jaclyn Ann Lee Lila L. Pinord Dave J. Suscheck Jr. Vered Ehsani J. Cornell Michel Michele Jones Lizzie Wachter
  • ISBN: 9781311837370
  • Page: 155
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words”

    1. A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words by Samie Sands and other talented authors. It had a wide scope of stories and various styles of writing. Very interesting. My favorite from this book was Hilltop Menagerie. The book was made to go to charity and the authors did not slack up on their writing at all. Top notch for this book. Great job. I was given this book for a honest review.

    2. This charity challenge was taken on by some of the best authors currently on the market, and the collection of 1,000 word stories reflects that!

    3. A book with a challenge: within a few days writers had to look at an image, write a story based on their muse (the photo), edit, and submit their writings to the publisher. The book was written for charity, raising funds for Polycystic Kidney Disease in the UK (pkdcharity). The prompt for the writers created an interesting enough motive to convince a reader to make the purchase: looking at picture and writing a story. Who doesn’t love that idea? There’s a link in the introduction of the nove [...]

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