Come Read My Fiction About the Whatchamacallit

renée a. schuls-jacobson:

I am a finalist in Pegoleg’s Peg-o-Clio Award. Seriously, I entered a short piece of fiction inspired by a picture that she posted, and I made it to the finals. I would love it if you would check out the entries and then VOTE FOR ME. Or just scroll right to the bottom and VOTE FOR ME on an act of faith. I seem to always bump up against Darla from She’s a Maineiac and K8edid, and those ladies are the bombiest! So check it out, and did I mention VOTE FOR ME! From every device in your house. Seriously. I’m going down and dirty with this one. ;-) Mainly because I’m getting killed.

Originally posted on Peg-o-Leg's Ramblings:

Thanks to all who entered to win the (soon-to-be) coveted Peg-o-Clio Award.  Your task was to craft an ad campaign to sell the following item to an unsuspecting world.

I convened a distinguished panel of judges over the weekend (being two of my sisters) for the grueling process of selecting the five finalists.  Thank you to Mary Kay and Terry for their invaluable help.

We poured our heart and souls into the process (as well as many adult beverages and some pancake syrup, judging from the stains on the printouts) and it was not easy.  We practically came to blows as each sibling championed her favorite.   We were finally able to narrow it down to five without causing any permanent rifts in the family.

Please read and vote for your favorite.

1) thesinglecell

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30 responses to “Come Read My Fiction About the Whatchamacallit

  1. I never reblog, so this was a bit of an experiment. I don’t like it, and I will never do it again. That said, it would be wonderful if you would consider going over to Pegoleg’s blog. She has a fabulous thing over there. She is clever, and very prolific. I don’t know how she pumps out all this awesomeness every day, but she does. She does. Anyway, if you can find it in your heart to vote for my little entry, I’d appreciate it.

  2. Done and done! Congrats and good luck :)

  3. Voted, again and again…

  4. The picture did remind me of a Lite-Brite, and the last entry was really funny. But yours was the most original/creative. So I voted for you. Because of the originality. Not because we’re related. :)

  5. ATTENTION! Renee I voted. Voted for you.

  6. You’re not being killed anymore, my friend. You’re WINNING!

    Voted. And proud.

  7. I voted! You’re doing great! Good luck!

  8. How come I can’t find a button to click in order to vote? I’d vote for you. If I lived in Chicago I’d vote for you several times. I’ll go look again.

  9. Yay! I voted, and let’s just say it’s looking GOOD. :)

  10. Voted, dahling :-)

  11. Nay Nay, I’m not gonna lie, I totally voted for you.

    I actually submitted an entry – as lame as it was – but after reading yours, had already decided I was going to vote for you. It was just too perfect.

    And you know what, I think you’re on to something with the acting crazy thing if you’re in a bad situation. Crazy works for me A LOT!!

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