I told you the competition would be small – in every sense of the word. Let’s just say I’ve yet to be inundated with entries, so you stand a very good chance of winning.
For those who have not yet discovered it, or need to refresh their memories, the details are here: probably-the-smallest-competition-in-the-world.
All you have to do is to write the missing chapter of the book you will find there in less than 1000 words (even the book is small). It’s open to anyone and you could win a unique copy of the book with your chapter inserted. True, you’ll struggle to read it, since the book is only 2cm (3/4 inch) tall but the winning chapter will also appear on this site, along with the author’s name and any biographical details they wish to add.
The closing date for entries is Monday 21st August, so do get writing.
We are longing to discover how Algernon changed from being a dull, downcast gentleman whose only interest was in horse riding, to become Admiral of the High Skies, a national hero responsible for ridding the airways of troublesome Airship Pirates.