The wonderful folks over at World Anvil hosted a new competition in the month of January titled “A Family Affair.” The goal of this challenge was to write an article focusing on an important family for our worldbuilding projects.
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My entry into the contest was “The House of Leopold“, detailing the ruling family of the Kingdom of Brisland. This is part of the world of Istaria, which I am developing for a future epic fantasy series tentatively called The Eternity War. I’m proud to announce that this article was chosen as the winner of the Premier League of the competition!
(All past competition winners during the year compete in a separate league so that more writers have an opportunity to win.)
There were a lot of wonderful entries, and in reviewing the other competitors during the month I honestly did not think I was going to win this one. I’d like to give everybody who entered the contest a hearty congratulations for all of the fine work that was done. I read about many amazing families throughout the month and was amazed at the quality of the articles produced.
So as to not hog the spotlight, I’d also like to help spread the word about all of the other awards and accolades announced for A Family Affair.
Most Likes: “The Gershorio Family“
Best Layout: “The Aslann Family”
Technical Achievement: “House Pentiwichen”
Regular League Winner: “The Gershorio Family”
Premier League Winner: “The House of Leopold”
Regular League Runner-up: “The Aslann Family“
Premier League Runner-up: “Jo’oo Clan”
Again, congratulations to everyone who won one of the above awards, made the short-lists for consideration, and to the writers of every entry for putting the work into creating something new and amazing to share with the world. As far as I’m concerned, you are all winners too because you’ve made progress on your projects.
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Congratulations, my friend! It’s always a treat when your hard work pays off.