How do you get back to where you submit a line for an opening?
Hi spanstar, It's me Lynda, the moderator from the contest -- and I received your new entry and it is the same as the old one -- did you forget to make the correction. It can only be one sentence:
"Are You Alone? NO, No don't look around.///.He's Out There,/// He's Watching and He's Evil! "
This is three sentences and a question. I already sent you a correction for this one so I'm assuming you sent the old one by mistake. For some reason I couldn't email you from your profile so I had come here ....
Hey, I didn't know there was a help with dark and stormy night forum. Whoa -- how about that?
So to everyone:
YOUR ENTRY MUST BE ONE AND ONLY ONE SENTENCE!!!
Not sure I understand SpanStar. Do you mean where do you submit? If so, right underneath the hub. Scroll down till you find the FIRST comment box, leave your sentence in there. Whatever you do, do not put it in the second one - you'll be deleted
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