Voting is Still Open for the Best 1000 Words for the Image Contest


Note from the Editor-in-chief, Marilyn L. Davis:


First, I want to thank all the writers who participated in the Best 1000 Words for the Image Contest. We wanted engaging backstories and that’s exactly what we got.

Several of them caught me off-guard with the direction of the post. And frankly, that’s an excellent way to keep readers interested.

Voting is still open until December 23, so here are the posts, alphabetized by writer’s first name.

Be sure to cast your vote by liking the post; that’s how the winner will be determined. It’s at the bottom of their post. 

I’ll announce the winner on December 24, and remember, they’ll win $100.

Every writer needs to share their post on social media sites, ask (or beg) family and friends to like, and again, thank you all for your contributions to Two Drops of Ink.

Just click on the links below; read, enjoy and vote for the ones you like. You can vote for more than one.


Aïda Barsoum: “Memoir of a Slogger


Ann Christine Tabaka: “An Epic Poem


 Anwer Ghani: “Mosaicked Arabian Man Dreams


Ben Rose: “There But for the Grace


Carol Hind: “Autumn’s Soliloquy


Danielle Bernock: “I Wish You Would See Me, Too


Gideon Cecil: “Waiting for Valerie


J. Rohr: “At Home in the Hideout


John Cosmos Aller: “The Cosmic Bench in Lithia Park


Michelle Gunnin: “Looking for the Past


Rebecca Larsen: “Nothing and Everything


Saoirse Love: “Those Mad, Mad, Crazy Eyes


Shahnaz Radjy: “My Secret Legacy


Susan Mehr: “Haiku Ballad #4


Traci Kenworth:   “The Curse


Wayne Russell:   “What Happened?


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