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Winner of this old home Challenge

Whilst we loved all of the submissions for the “This old home” challenge and we struggled to pick a winner, we finally came to an agreeable conclusion.

Here is the winning post:

 

https://neverendingstorydepository.wordpress.com/2014/07/18/writing-challenge-this-old-home-no-2/

Congratulations to Helen Midgley!

 

Helen will be featured  on Readful Things in September!

 

Thank you all so much for your participation and for following us! Keep up the great writing. We are also accepting suggestions for our next prompt:) Ideas welcome.

About Ionia Froment

book blogger and reviewer, mother of four boys, classical pianist and amateur photographer. I love reading, writing, music and learning to cook new and unusual dishes. You can usually find me with my nose buried in a book unless I have the opportunity to be walking on the beach collecting seashells:)

3 comments on “Winner of this old home Challenge

  1. I’m off to bed with a delighted smile on my face 🙂 🙂 🙂

  2. This is wonderful, Helen! It’s a beautiful poem!!!
    Ellespeth

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