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1. Submit your fictional stories based on the given prompt (you may interpret the prompt in any way you want). 

2. The submitted story/ies must be between 700-750 words (each). Entries lower than or exceeding the word limit will stand disqualified for the event. (Penmancy Tip:- Use‭ ‬‭ ‬to check your word count.)

3. Writers may submit 3 entries of unique storylines. Only fresh stories are accepted for the event. Previously published stories will not be considered for contention. No Plagiarism. PLEASE.

4. Send in your entries to in a word document along with a 2-3 line bio and a cover picture for the story (optional-you may refer to pixabaydotcom or unsplashdotcom for high quality free photos, preferably above 900×800 pixels). {You need not send your details if you have already sent them, lest you want them replaced} The subject of your mail should be “Entry for QuinTale+″ (compulsory).

5. Most of all- HAVE FUN!!

P.s.: Last date of submission is April 23, 2019. Winners shall be announced on April 30, 2019.


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Check the submissions here:

A Day to Forget

Lollipops in their hands Ravi and Paresh, licked merrily at their precious possessions. The fourth standard boys of the government ...
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The Burden

The day Daniel was born, even the shadows brightened. His first smile, bald and toothless, made the darkness dance. When ...
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 The Blocked Mindset

‘Ravi, finish your glass of juice, don’t forget that’, screamed Kanta. ‘Ok Mom’, replied Ravi. He planted a kiss on ...
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Dabbu’s Dilemma

Dabbu was a child who loved to eat. But he had been unwell for the past few days and was ...
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The Delusional Day

Ever had a day which kind of went off tangent? A day that you had planned out in meticulous detail ...
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No Escape

7 year old Sammy runs towards the main door, as fast as his puny legs will allow. Yes, he is ...
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