‘Spine chilling’ writers from Neale-Wade will see their short stories published
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A trio of aspiring writers from Neale-Wade Academy will have their short and spooky stories published after being successful in a nationwide competition.
April King, Jordon Peachey and Sam Howat wrote a story of less than 100 words that featured tension, suspense and atmosphere as part of a ‘spine-chiller’ mini saga.
Their stories were selected to be published in a book called ‘Spinechillers’, consisting of entries from around the country.
The final winner, which is now being judged, will be announced this summer and will win a prize for them and their school.
Kirsty Stone, English teacher, said: “I am very proud of the students for their effort and the confidence they have shown to submit an entry to the competition.
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“It’s great to see their names and the Academy’s name in print and to see students extending their writing skills and developing their writing techniques.
“To achieve this in 100 words required skilled writing and imagination.”
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