“No,” the writer replied. “It won for size, not quality – ‘Display Cabinets’ had 9000 pages.” She pointed to a smaller certificate. “The Lincoln Prize is better, won for ‘Cat’Astrophe’.”
The journalist smiled, remembering the groundbreaking novel about grammar-warrior, earth-invading cats.
“But that’s my favourite,” the writer said, indicating a small, framed rectangle of silver. “My LinkedIn Platinum Post. That started Friday Flash Fiction. It went viral and gave the most pleasure, don’t you think?”