Everyday Mormon Writer Contest: We Want Your Vote

Remember last week when we hosted the discussion for the final short story in the Four Centuries of Mormon Stories contest presented by Everyday Mormon Writer? It was great reading the comments (if you didn’t get a chance to read and comment, it’s not too late).

Now that all of the stories have been posted and discussed, it’s time to vote on your favorite one. Click here for voting directions.

We atSegullah are grateful for the opportunity we were given to participate in this contest and applaud the creators of Everyday Mormon Writer for their contributions to the Mormon Literature community.

Now, go read and vote. I promise that this is much more fun (although not as significant) as that other election going on right now.

4 thoughts on “Everyday Mormon Writer Contest: We Want Your Vote

  1. It’s possible to get “caught up.” I didn’t start until yesterday (Friday), but by this morning I read all 12. Reading was the easy part–and very enjoyable. Judging was the tough part. Ugh. I’d feel better if we had dozens and dozens and dozens of voters from Segullah.

    (Maybe we do, and you’re all just quieter than I am about participating. Most people are quieter than I am.)

  2. I voted! It really doesn’t take too long to read all the stories and it is a lot of fun, but you’re right–making a decision is tough!

  3. I voted as well. It doesn’t take too long to read through all 12 stories. And I agree with Karen and Jessie, voting is the tough part.

  4. After the post here last week, I read all the stories and figured out how to vote. My #1 choice was easy, but choosing my 2, 3, and 4 were tough!

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