Posts Tagged ‘typewriter triptych’

A chance to win a copy of Shades of Milk and Honey

I mentioned this earlier, but it was the 4th of July weekend and I think a lot of folks missed it.  There’s a contest at Shareable.net based on the Typewriter Tritypch stories.  Basically, I wrote most of the stories on typewriter but had to switch to computer for travel. I think this resulted in a blatant style change and mentioned it to the editor.  He decided that was good fodder for a contest.

Readers who are able to correctly spot the exact place in the typewriter triptych where Mary switched from a typewriter to a computer will win one of two free books: Either her forthcoming novel Shades of Milk and Honey OR Jay Walljasper’s forthcoming book, All That We Share: How to Save the Economy, Our Communities, the Environment, the Internet, Democracy, and Everything Else that Belongs to All of Us

Your choice!

To be eligible, you should become a registered user with Shareable.net–sign up here. Then leave your guess as a comment here or on any of the three stories.

Contest! Can you spot the difference between types of typing?

Hey guys, I mentioned to Jeremy Adam Smith, the proprietor of Shareable.net, that I had written most of the Typewriter Triptych on a manual typewriter but that I’d switched to computer at one point due to travel. To me, the stylistic change in the writing is blatant and I was curious if other people could spot it.

So… he took the idea and turned it into a contest. You guys should have an edge because you’ve been reading my fiction for ages.  Here are the rules.

Readers who are able to correctly spot the exact place in the typewriter triptych where Mary switched from a typewriter to a computer will win one of two free books: Either her forthcoming novel Shades of Milk and Honey OR Jay Walljasper’s forthcoming book, All That We Share: How to Save the Economy, Our Communities, the Environment, the Internet, Democracy, and Everything Else that Belongs to All of Us

Your choice!

To be eligible, you should become a registered user with Shareable.net–sign up here. Then leave your guess as a comment here or on any of the three stories.

Remember, don’t make your guess here, head over to Shareable.net.