Not only were many of the 500 quarter-finalists in the ABNA
contest hopelessly flawed by bad grammar, wordiness, editing problems and cliched scenarios such as "a writer finds his muse while reeling from rejection letters;" a plethora of prologues, which violated the rules, and now some of the poor rejected masses got a corrected email saying their pitch eliminated their entries after the first one declared they made it into the 2000 and would get reviews soon. Oh Brother, where art thou?
Amazon sent them a $5 gift card for the mistake. Talk about a sad comedy of errors. Pathetic.
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