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Inkitt’s latest Horror writing contest “End Game” is now open for submissions!

Inkitt is a free writing platform that aims to help writers achieve their fullest potential. On July 13th the site launched a new Horror writing contest, Endgame. Submit your scariest and most menacing original horror stories! Petrify readers with tales that will trap and drown them in your world of helpless terror, but somehow leave them itching for more. Come. Play. There is no minimum or maximum word limit, and, as always, no entry fee.

Contest guidelines

Authors will retain all rights to any and all works submitted in the contest. Submissions close on August 10th, but voting will continue for an additional week. Original stories of any length are accepted. Entries must be posted on the Inkitt contest page to be considered eligible. The top 10% based on reader votes get the chance to be picked by the Inkitt staff for 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize. All entrants will have the chance to show their work to a rapidly growing community of authors and readers hungry for high-quality fiction.

Submit your stories here: www.inkitt.com/endgame  You can also read more horror stories for inspiration in Inkitt’s horror section.

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