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WRiTE CLUB 2021 - A Champion Crowned

Let me introduce you to Kimber St. Lawrence, or you may know her as Lady Warbleon, our WRiTE CLUB Champion for 2021.

Kimber earned her storytelling chops in television production, winning a New England Emmy Award and Telly Award that now serve as fancy bookends. These days, she is Chief Marketing Officer for a business information publisher and seasonally hosts a winter travel series airing on NBC Sports Boston. She is a member of SCBWI, co-founder of the writing blog The Page Half Full, and curator of unpublished manuscripts (ha)—she writes YA across genres, though she had never tackled gothic horror until WRiTE CLUB 2021.
Kimber lives in New Hampshire with her border collie, a dozen chickens, and her husband Ryan, who is an adaptive athlete and advocate for spinal cord injury awareness.

Kim has won a stellar publication package generously donated by Brianne van Reenen from Wild Lark Books


Our 1st runner-up and recipient of a $75 Amazon gift card is Fern Calloway, otherwise known in the real world as Ashley Rich.

Ashley is a horror author who lives in Northern California with her husband, teenage son, three cats, two dogs, and a handful of fish. When she isn't herding the animals or pounding away at the keyboard, she's busy in the kitchen cooking up something spicy or kneading together a sourdough loaf. She is the published author of several short stories with a new novel in the works. 

The feedback provided by our celebrity judges will be forwarded to both our contestants. These writers have proved themselves to be extremely talented and I predict nothing but good things in their literary futures.

There are some other contest winners we also need to announce. They are - 

Lisa Dunn - won the Random Voting prize of a $50 Wild Lark Books gift card.

J Lenni Dorner - won for the best WRiTE CLUB Promotional Campaign (for the 2nd year in a row) and takes home a $40 Amazon gift card

Will all the winners please contact me so delivery arrangements can be made?

The contest was a success once again, despite COVID doing its best to try and hamper our fun. Participation may have been down, but I think everyone would agree that the quality of the writing we witnessed was not.

Now that the contest is over we encourage the other writers who made it into the bouts to reveal their true identities in the comments below. People who have read your work really want to keep in touch with you and your work, so why not remove that mask? No pressure though. If you want to remain anonymous, we respect that choice.

If you want to be alerted to when the contest will start in 2022, just signup for my newsletter above and I'll be happy to send that information out to you.

Thank you to everyone for making WRiTE CLUB what it is.


  1. Congratulations to the winners! And big well done to J. Lenni.

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  3. Congratulations to the winners! Wow! You both sound amazing and produced outstanding work.
    [My reveal--I'm MIM, Carolyn White. Desperately wanting to write more.]

  4. Congratulations, Kimber and Ashley! Well done. I loved both of your stories. I'm Captain Skyrider. Write Club is the best and I've been entering since the first one (or maybe it was the second one?). This is the first time I actually made it past the first bout, so personal best!

  5. Congratulations to the winners! You both had outstanding pieces and the wins are most deserved. I'm The Sparky One, in case anyone wants to get in touch!

  6. Way to go, winners!
    I'm Vaxxxy. And yes, I've been working on a story about a teen girl who survived brain tumors and then Covid hit and her family refuses to take any precautions, so she's fighting to survive.
    Pulling a scene from the middle of a book doesn't always work, because the characters descriptions and backstories are left behind. Something I wish I thought of, and am leaving as a tip to future contestants.
    That's where you can find me.
    I have a flash fiction about love and writing coming later this month.

  7. I am the champion, I am the champion...No time for losers
    'Cause we are the champions of the World

    Congratulations to the writer winners. And to me for kicking social media butt. :)

  8. Congratulations to the winners!

    I was Storyweaver - thank you again to DL and his Wife for all of their hard work!

  9. Hi DL - congratulations on another great Write Club series - it certainly seems to open the doors for many aspiring authors. Congratulations to Kimberley and to all winners - well done - cheers Hilary




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