Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) January 05, 2016
Representatives with Freeditorial.com, online publisher of classic and contemporary literature, today announced the winners of its 2015 Literary Contest.
Yolanda Montesinos, spokesperson for Freeditorial, has announced that the 2015 Literary Contest First Prize Winner of $15,000 is ‘What's in a Name?’ by Louie Lozano. The synopsis of the literary work is that Doctor L.J. Corbray is a humble psychotherapist working out of the Chicago area who, one day, begins receiving a series of strange emails from what appears to be a former patient. The problem is the sender refuses to identify themselves by anything other than the letter “A”. As the messages become more and more suggestive that the person writing them is a violent predator the doctor plays along, hoping to stall A’s next violent outburst and aid the police in drawing out information that might lead to A’s identity.
Montesinos said ‘The Tree’ by K.M. Fox is this year’s second prize winner of $5,000. Giving a sneak-peak into chapter one, on March 14, 2009 Aiken Somerset looked around, blinking away the rain from his eyes. There were red and blue lights flashing through the trees in the direction of the street, and he hoped that no one he knew needed the ambulance. He craned his neck to look at the familiar specimen of fagus grandifolia, smiling at the sight of buds forming along the outermost twigs. The rain may have been close to freezing, but his tree knew that spring was just around the corner. He looked down again, and his smile faded. It had been the first time he’d ever received anything from the hole in the enormous beech tree’s trunk. Before, he had only ever deposited gifts.
The third prize winner of $2,000 is ‘Evan's Island’ by Ivanela Arabadzhieva. In the story, Evan's Island is a gut-wrenching coming-of-age story about a teenager struggling with depression and trying to come to terms with his sexuality. Seen through the eyes of his best friend, this is the realistic tale of a kid fighting to stay alive in a world which refuses to accept him.
Freeditorial, according to Montesinos, will be inviting entries for 2016 literary content from January 1, 2016. To participate in the contest ending on Thanksgiving Day, entries can be submitted starting at 12pm EST January 1at and no later than 12pm EST June 30th. Writers must send their submissions to: contest(at)freeditorial(dot)com. All submissions for the contest entry must be sent to Freeditorial in Microsoft Word format (.docx) as an attachment.
Yolanda Montesinos, spokesperson for Freeditorial, a free and global meeting place for readers and writers from all over the planet, explained that Freeditorial is a platform for readers and writers where tens of thousands of books are at their disposal to read, share, gift and enjoy wherever they are. All reading on Freeditorial is free. Freeditorial's writers find their place to participate in its literary contests, submit their work for purchase proposals and self-publish.
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