UPDATE: Congratulations to Jenna Turner, the winner of our teen contest!
Keynote presenters, workshop choices, editor and agent appointments, professional critiques, and contests—these benefits are available to both students and adults who attend the Write2Ignite Conference on September 21–22, 2018!
Carol Baldwin, who’s returning as a presenter, chose students’ potential as her “success story” focus: “When I taught the teens several years ago, I was impressed with their enthusiasm and maturity. Whenever I attend W2I, I’m excited that there are so many fellow Christians who want to serve the Lord with their writing talents.”
Teen Track participants: It’s your turn! Submit your comments about your experience at a previous W2I conference OR your hopes and goals for attending W2I 2018!
Submit comments by
- commenting on this post,
- sending comments to W2I’s contact email (email@example.com), or
- posting on our social media (on Twitter, the Write2Ignite Conference page on Facebook, or the Write2Ignite group on Facebook).
Each week, we’ll draw from the Teen Track comments submitted. The winner of each week’s drawing will receive a free book!
CONTESTS and CRITIQUES reminders and announcements:
- Don’t forget to check the guidelines for entering the “Faith and Freedom” writing contest that EA Books Publishing and W2I are co-sponsoring. Winners will be announced at the W2I Conference on September 22! (This contest is open to both adults and students attending W2I on September 21–22. The deadline for submissions is August 20!)
- Watch for another “FLASH” contest announcement coming soon! That contest will be open to middle and high school students only.
- Teen Track participants are eligible for PRE-conference two-for-one critiques and conference critiques. If you have a manuscript, check out our Critiques tab for details!
3 thoughts on “Contest: Teen Track Comments Wanted!”
I’m a little nervous about the conference because I have never done this before, but I think I’ll enjoy my time there. Especially if they have a pizza party again :). If my cousin is there I will feel a little more comfortable. I hope I do well in the contest. I can’t wait to see what other kids write. I believe my writing will help other kids see Jesus as their savior someday.
Great to hear from you, Jenna! That’s a wonderful goal for your writing. 🙂 We look forward to seeing you at the conference, and we hope you’ll have an awesome time!
Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding the conference. We want you, not only to feel comfortable at the conference, but to have a wonderful time and leave with knowledge, contacts, and inspiration to help you in your writing goals.
Your comment also earned you a free book, courtesy of Write2Ignite! You have four options –
Murder of a Manuscript (Writing and Editing Tips to Keep Your Book Out of the Editorial Graveyard) by Andrea Merrell
Yes You Can (20 testimonies prove everyone can serve the Lord), by Keith Giles
What If (a devotional for anyone who has ever felt discouraged, alone, forgotten), by Ruth Perry
Our Lifeship (A study in Proverbs for Women), by Lynn Wallace
Just let me know which you’d like to receive and I’ll send it in the mail.
Congratulations, Jenna! We look forward to seeing you in September!