Circle C Milestones Writing Contest

Milestones Writing Contest

This contest has closed. Thanks for the 57 entries!

Check out this link to Past Contests >> on Friday, March 4, after 9 am Pacific Time to see the winners and their winning entries. Note: This contest will not be posting any of the entries other than the winning entries. The stories are so short and there are so many of them. Thanks for your understanding.

To celebrate the release of her new Milestones Memory Creek books, Mrs. M’s publisher is sponsoring a fun Valentine’s Day writing contest (with awesome prizes). Follow the steps to enter. Contest runs February 14-March 1, 2022. Winners will be notified by email and also announced March 4 on Andi’s blog.

Have questions? Leave a comment.

Read the Rules

  • Ages 10-17
  • Write 500 words or less.
  • Andi can be any age.
  • Five winners.
  • Have parent permission.
  • Use the form on this page.
  • Contest open to U.S. mailing addresses only.
  • One entry per person.

Choose One Writing Prompt

It’s 1886. Andi Carter, the main character of the Circle C series, is now Mrs. Andrea Prescott and is beginning a whole new set of adventures with her new husband, Riley. They run their own small ranch in the Sierra foothills of California. Choose one of these prompts and create a short (500 words) story.

  1. The moment Andi woke up, she knew something wasn’t right. 
  2. Andi looked out the window and couldn’t believe what she saw!
  3. Andi is hiding a big secret. What is it and what happens?

Entries will be judged by Susan Marlow, Emily Sinclair, and Colleen Reece.

Gold Star (1 winner)

  • Memory Creek 2-book set
  • Circle C Adventures tote bag
  • Horse socks
  • Andi and Riley keychains

Silver Star (1 winner)

  • Memory Creek 2-book set
  • Circle C Milestones journal
  • Andi and Riley keychains

Bronze Star (3 winners)

  • Memory Creek 2-book set

Prizes shipped to U.S. and APO addresses only.

This contest has ended.

Thank you for your enthusiastic response to the Milestones writing contest! I received 57 entries. I hope you had fun and look forward to other contests on Andi’s blog.

Click here to check your word count. WordCounter.net

188 thoughts on “Circle C Milestones Writing Contest

    1. Did I like what? I’m not sure who is commenting and what I am supposed to be looking at. A story? I did not receive a story from Anonymous, so I have no idea who you are or if I got your entry. LOL

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  1. Hello, I am Gabriella, and just wondering if you got my form. I think I sent it twice… Bc I had to go back and change the email. (Since it was my sister’s instead) Just making sure. ๐Ÿ˜€

    By Gabriella

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  2. Hi, can you check if you got an entry from Kayleigh, please? I just sent it in and wanted to check to make sure it got through. : )

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  3. Hi, did you get an entry for Anna submitted just now? It seems like a lot of people’s entries are not getting through, so I just wanted to make sure you got mine. Thanks!
    ~Anna Elizabeth

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  4. Is there a specific time the stories have to be submitted by? I’m a late entry, so I’m scrambling to get my story finished in time!

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  5. I just sent my story in. Just so you know, I wanted the last line to be in italics, but when I copied and pasted, it didn’t keep the italics.

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  6. I used the one where she looks out her window and can not believe what she sees. Should I redo it and make it clearer?

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  7. I didn’t get an email verifying that I submitted my story the first time I submitted it, so I just resubmitted it. If I don’t get an email verifying that you got it, can I still send it to CircleCAdventures@gmail.com? And it still be inside the deadline?

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  8. Should I copy and paste the prompt “Andi looked out the window and couldnโ€™t believe what she saw!” into my story? Is that what you mean? Sorry so many questions!

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  9. So I should copy and paste the actual prompt into my story you mean? Sorry so many questions!

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    1. I read your story and it’s good, but I’m confused. You say the prompt is looking out the window and she couldn’t believe what she saw, but unless I’m reading the wrong story, I don’t see that coming into the story at all.

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  10. This is the line where I reveal what prompt I’m using “Musing, Andi looked out the window and couldnโ€™t believe what she saw!”

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    1. Resubmit cuz everybody else’s is coming through fine. I have lots of entries. It it doesn’t work I can just add that line to your original.

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    1. It says it right at the top of this page:
      Follow the steps to enter. Contest runs February 14-March 1, 2022.

      What makes you think you can still enter now? Just curious. ๐Ÿ™‚

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      1. Ok…. I wasn’t sure. It shows me that I can still enter and everything. I don’t know why though. When will you be announcing the winners? ๐Ÿ™‚

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  11. Im not going to say what everyone else has already said, but I do want to comment on your understanding of the topic. Youre truly well-informed.

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