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Small story, big prize

Reader’s Digest’s 100-word story competition is back for the sixth year running, with a £2,000 first prize for the winner in the adult category.

The competition, for original, unpublished complete stories told in 100 words, is in three categories: adults, 12-18s and under-twelves. The adult winner will receive £2,000 and two runners-up will each win £200. The 12-18s winner will receive a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, a Samsung Gear S watch and £150 for their school. Two runners-up will each win £100. The under-twelves winner will get a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and £100 for their school. Two runners-up will each win £75. The winning entries will be published in Readers’ Digest.

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