Earlier in the competition, Miss Mussel promised that you would still be able to enter the competition if you did not have a Twitter account. These were the rules last time and it seemed to make sense to do it again this time. It makes less sense now but rather than exclude those of you that can’t or won’t get a Twitter account, here is the space to post your entry. Promises are promises etc.
But first, a short commercial:
Twitter’s format makes this sort of competition infinitely easy and fun for participants and admin alike. By choosing to enter via comment, you are taking yourself out of the conversation that makes Twitter enjoyable. Signing up is painless and if you really hate it after trying it for the competition week, then simply delete your account.
Miss Mussel is willing to bet that if you put a bit of effort in, follow some people and join in a few conversations, you’ll not want to get rid of it.
If you haven’t already, take a minute to read the rules, check out Danielle De Niese, the #operaplot judge or peruse the entries from the past competition. You may also like to have a look at the #Operaplot Partners page to determine what prizes are available in your area.
Use the box below to make sure your submission does not exceed the 140 character maximum. Once you are satisfied, copy it (Control C) and paste it (Control V) in the comments below. You can also right-click to accomplish the arts and crafts portion of the entry process.
Very Important: Your entry MUST include the tag #operaplot somewhere. Entries without this will not be forwarded to our judge.
Also Important: You may not enter via email. Twitter or comments, that’s it. Entries via email will not be forwarded to our judge.
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