kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

This year the raffle will be running bimonthly – this one will end on the 30th of June and the next will be in August. My aim this month is for five entrants and if I reach this number I’ll give away a rental or adoption for free; at ten I’ll give away two rentals or adoptions; and if I reach as many as twenty then I’ll give away four free rentals or adoptions.

I’ll be announcing the winner of the February raffle in the next couple of days.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published, and honestly going back to stories that were posted years ago is a good thing because it makes me go back to them; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing them, so you’ll have to let me know if you do this, let me know in the comments for the raffle); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words.

Mirrored from K. A. Webb Writing.

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Well, after having gone through my emails for the period that the raffle was running, I’m sad to say that it didn’t work out. As this is an experiment to work on when the best time to run it is I’m not letting this get to me. Hopefully having one running in the middle of the month will work better.

February’s winner is Elizabeth Barrette, with the total prize coming to 5,700 words. Let me know what you want me to write for you.

Mirrored from K. A. Webb Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

This year the raffle will be running bimonthly – this one will end on the 29th of April, as I’m running a day late, and the next will be in June. My aim this month is for five entrants and if I reach this number I’ll give away a rental or adoption for free; at ten I’ll give away two rentals or adoptions; and if I reach as many as twenty then I’ll give away four free rentals or adoptions.

I’ll be announcing the winner of the February raffle later today.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published, and honestly going back to stories that were posted years ago is a good thing because it makes me go back to them; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing them, so you’ll have to let me know if you do this, let me know in the comments for the raffle); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words.

Mirrored from K. A. Webb Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

This year the raffle will be running bimonthly – this one will end on the 15th of February and the next will be in April. My aim this month is for five entrants and if I reach this number I’ll give away a rental or adoption for free; at ten I’ll give away two rentals or adoptions; and if I reach as many as twenty then I’ll give away four free rentals or adoptions.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published, and honestly going back to stories that were posted years ago is a good thing because it makes me go back to them; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing them, so you’ll have to let me know if you do this, let me know in the comments for the raffle); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words.

Mirrored from K. A. Webb Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

January: MJ, 10,500 words
February: Elizabeth, 10,400 words
March: MJ, 11,300 words
April: DW user perfectworry, 7,950 words
May: Elizabeth, 9,050 words
June: Elizabeth, 8,350 words
July: Natalie (LJ user natalief), 8000 words
August: DW user elliemuraski/alexseanchai, 5,800 words

November: winner of three adoption/rentals and 14,600 words – Elizabeth

See your name on here: send me an email or PM and let me know how you’d like to use your words.

Mirrored from K. A. Webb Writing.

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As I mentioned before this is to be a month long raffle. Every week I’ll be drawing a winner for one free adoption or rental, which will vary depending on the number of people I’ve had entering. If I get at least one person enter the prize will be the most basic: one character or setting for one month and the winner will receive 1000 words of fiction in that month. For every person after that I’ll increase the word count, the length of time, or the number of characters/settings.

Then at the end of November I’ll be drawing a winner of the final word count. As always this starts at 5000 words and then for every comment, link, and credit entry I’ll add more. Comment on any story, new or old, here or at one of my mirror sites, and I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words; and for every credit entry I’ll add 500 words.

I’ll announce the winner of the August raffle in the next couple of days, when I have some free time, because today is going to be a busy day.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

As I mentioned before this is to be a month long raffle. Every week I’ll be drawing a winner for one free adoption or rental, which will vary depending on the number of people I’ve had entering. If I get at least one person enter the prize will be the most basic: one character or setting for one month and the winner will receive 1000 words of fiction in that month. For every person after that I’ll increase the word count, the length of time, or the number of characters/settings.

Then at the end of November I’ll be drawing a winner of the final word count. As always this starts at 5000 words and then for every comment, link, and credit entry I’ll add more. Comment on any story, new or old, here or at one of my mirror sites, and I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words; and for every credit entry I’ll add 500 words.

I’ll announce the winner of the August raffle in the next couple of days, when I have some free time, because today is going to be a busy day.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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July Raffle Winner: Natalie (better known as natalief at LJ), who wins 8,000 words

In July I had three entrants, so my aim is still five, and I really think August is going to be the month it happens (although I know that might be wishful thinking).

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

July Raffle Winner: Natalie (better known as natalief at LJ), who wins 8,000 words

In July I had three entrants, so my aim is still five, and I really think August is going to be the month it happens (although I know that might be wishful thinking).

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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June Raffle Winner: Elizabeth Barrette aka ysabetwordsmith, who wins 8350 words.

Elizabeth won two raffles in a row because she was the only entrant in June’s raffle, which was disappointing. My aim is still five entrants in a month, as I honestly think it’s possible, even though so far I seem to have had very little interest in the raffles.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

June Raffle Winner: Elizabeth Barrette aka ysabetwordsmith, who wins 8350 words.

Elizabeth won two raffles in a row because she was the only entrant in June’s raffle, which was disappointing. My aim is still five entrants in a month, as I honestly think it’s possible, even though so far I seem to have had very little interest in the raffles.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Default)

May Raffle Winner: Elizabeth Barrette aka ysabetwordsmith, who wins 9050 words.

In May I only had two entrants, which is a little disappointing, but I’m going to carry on running the raffles until the end of the year and see what happens. Again my aim is five entrants.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22rd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

May Raffle Winner: Elizabeth Barrette aka ysabetwordsmith, who wins 9050 words.

In May I only had two entrants, which is a little disappointing, but I’m going to carry on running the raffles until the end of the year and see what happens. Again my aim is five entrants.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them (although I have a feeling I might be missing some as they’re shared via the website – the easiest way for me to see them is if they’re shared via my Facebook page); and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22rd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Default)

April Raffle Winner: DW user perfectworry, who wins 7950 words

In April I once again had three entrants, two who were new, but this is the lowest wordcount so far. My aim is still five entrants, so if you’d like a chance to some free fiction from me then this is probably the easiest way to do it.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 23rd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

April Raffle Winner: DW user perfectworry, who wins 7950 words

In April I once again had three entrants, two who were new, but this is the lowest wordcount so far. My aim is still five entrants, so if you’d like a chance to some free fiction from me then this is probably the easiest way to do it.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction, no matter when it was published; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 23rd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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March Raffle Winner: MJ (dreamwidth user forgottenspirits) who wins 11,300 words.

In March I once again had three entrants and thanks to a number of credit entries the word count is at the highest it’s been since I started the raffles. My aim is still five entrants, so if you’d like a chance to some free fiction from me then this is probably the easiest way to do it.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

March Raffle Winner: MJ (dreamwidth user forgottenspirits) who wins 11,300 words.

In March I once again had three entrants and thanks to a number of credit entries the word count is at the highest it’s been since I started the raffles. My aim is still five entrants, so if you’d like a chance to some free fiction from me then this is probably the easiest way to do it.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, and reblogging on Tumblr); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words, and if they happen to be Twitter retweets, Facebook shares, or reblogs on Tumblr, I’ll add another 50 words, because I’d love some more of them; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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February Raffle Winner: Elizabeth (LJ and DW user ysabetwordsmith), who wins 10400 words.

In February I only had two entrants to the raffle, but between them they managed to increase the prize fund nearly as much as the three entrants did in January. My aim is still to reach five entrants for the raffle.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets and Facebook shares); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

kajones_writing: (Richard with sword)

February Raffle Winner: Elizabeth (LJ and DW user ysabetwordsmith), who wins 10400 words.

In February I only had two entrants to the raffle, but between them they managed to increase the prize fund nearly as much as the three entrants did in January. My aim is still to reach five entrants for the raffle.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction; link to any story, no matter when they were published (this includes Twitter retweets and Facebook shares); or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw three winners who’ll receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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January Raffle Winner: MJ (DW user forgottenspirits), who wins 10500 words.

Last month’s raffle went as well as I could expect considering it was the first one. I’m happy with the number of words, but as I get more entrants I may decrease the number of extra words per entry. This month I’d love to reach five entrants – I had three in January. Thank you all.

Enter this raffle in one of three ways: comment on any piece of fiction; link to a story; or use credits – 2 credits = 1 entry. There no limit on the number of times any one person can enter, so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The base prize is 5000 words. For every comment I’ll add 100 words; for every link I’ll add 250 words; and for every entry purchased with credits I’ll add 500 words. If I have five entrants I’ll add a second prize; if I have ten entrants I’ll add a third prize; and if I have twenty entrants I’ll draw another three winners who receive a free character adoption or setting rental.

I’ll run the raffle for a week from today, so it will end on the 22nd.

Mirrored from K. A. Jones Writing.

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