Pastime - Part 5
Whether you dream of lazing on exotic islands or action-packed
adventure holidays, Lynne Suzanne `flys'
through some ideas to help you write winning
how to write a few apt words and you can turn your dream
prizes into reality. Here's how.
may be asked to complete a tiebreaker sentence:
I shop at store because
Try a different tactic. For prize holiday competitions,
read the rules to discover how the prize winner will
be travelling to their destination.
Flying before boarding cruise liner?
at store I cruise down the aisles
and fly through the check out!
shopping here is a ferry tale come
by your bumper bargains and great value,
with ideas to build them into your tiebreaker, for example:
competition may ask you to say why you'd like to win
a holiday to a specific destination.
time make a word list relating to the country or area.
Here are some ideas for you:
Safari - Elephants, lions,
hyenas laughter, superb Safari is what giraff
- Koala-ty product, a dream come true, Bondi Beach, thanks to Roo!
Egypt - I sphinx I'd get a pharoah
India - Goa - geous location, magical time, Agra-cadabera - memories all mine!
- I hear their local cuisine
you have made a word list for your chosen destination,
study each word in turn to find those which lend themselves
to word play.
surprising how much easier it becomes to write tiebreakers
once you pick up your pen and get started.
Go for it!
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Lynne Suzanne is a freelance writer, consultant and
speaker. She has written four books on winning prize
competitions and slogan writing and presents Win With
Lynne Roadshows and marketing seminars.
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