Results: FemmeFluenza 3

We are pleased to announce the results of this year’s competition. First, we would like to express our gratitude to all the participants who submitted their stories. We received many amazing and creative entries, making it a difficult task for us to choose the winners. The theme of this year’s contest was Separation, and we were delighted to see how the writers interpreted it in their own unique ways. The competition was fierce, and we received 108 incredible submissions from talented writers from across the globe.

The tension in the air is palpable as we prepare to announce the winners of our writing contest. After sifting through countless submissions and engaging in intense deliberation, the judges have finally made their decision. The top entries were all exceptional, displaying a level of talent and creativity that made it incredibly difficult to choose just a few.


And the winners are… (in alphabetical order)

  • Aerith Au
  • Aneeta Sundararaj
  • Anneke Olthof
  • Bohumila Ottova
  • Ektaa Rupani
  • Greta Bonati
  • Jay McKenzie
  • Kit Gallagher
  • Kristie Cooper
  • Lucy Robertson
  • Mary-Ellen Ziola
  • Megan McCormack
  • Nya Skands
  • Ramya V
  • Rasya Krishnan
  • Rayney Meisel
  • Rebecca Dyer
  • Shivangi Kharbanda
  • Stephanie King
  • Vaishali Chandorkar Chitale
  • Yvonne Lloyd

Congratulations everyone!

All winners will receive an email from WriteFluence soon. Our book editing and production process will begin after all winners have accepted the terms and conditions for the publication.

Deadline to accept the terms: March 05, 2023

All winners will be sent a certificate of publication once the book is released.

Attn Winners: Kindly click on the link to accept the terms and conditions for the publication.

Happy WriteFluencing!

Read the winning stories of FemmeFluenza 1 and 2 contests in the books listed below:

Note from the Editorial Team and Jury:

We want to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who participated in the contest. Your dedication to the craft of writing is inspiring.

To those who did not win the story contest, we would like to extend our sincere appreciation for your participation and effort. The competition was tough, and the quality of the entries was exceptional, making the judging process incredibly challenging.

We understand that receiving a rejection or not being selected as a winner can be disappointing and disheartening, but we want to encourage you to keep writing and never give up on your passion. Writing is a journey, and every piece you create, whether it wins a contest or not, is an opportunity to improve your craft and develop your voice as a writer. One of the best ways to improve your writing is to continue reading and writing regularly. Reading widely exposes you to different styles, genres, and techniques, while writing frequently helps you refine your own voice and develop your own unique style.

Above all, never lose sight of the joy and fulfillment that writing brings you. Whether or not you win a contest or receive recognition for your work, the act of creating and sharing your stories is a reward in itself. It’s essential to remember that not winning a contest does not mean your writing is not good enough. It is simply a matter of personal taste, and the judges’ decision is not a reflection of your talent or potential.

We encourage you to take this as an opportunity to learn and grow from the experience. Receiving feedback and constructive criticism can help you identify areas where you can improve and develop your skills as a writer.

So keep writing, keep growing, and keep sharing your stories with the world. We look forward to seeing your future works and wish you all the best in your writing journey.

Stay tuned for more details on our next writing contest!

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