WRITING CONTEST! According to author and founder Cheri Cowell, EA Books Publishing will offer a writing contest and publication opportunity open only to those who register for and attend the September 21–22, 2018, Write2Ignite Conference. Participants who attend the conference both Friday and Saturday may submit one entry on the theme of “Faith and Freedom”—fiction, nonfiction, […]
And the Winner is…
The winner of the Write2Ignite 2017 Summer Writing Contest is . . .
Billy Dean Stone and the Shrieks of Doom by Jetta B. Allen!
Thanks to all who shared their humorous stories with us! The judges enjoyed reading them all!
Last week to enter the W2I Summer writing contest!
Write2Ignite Conference for Christian Writers of Literature for Children and Young Adults
There’s still time to entire the Write2Ignite Summer Story Contest!
Theme: Humor with a point
Age range: write story for ages 8-12
Word limit: 500 words, so make ’em count!
Deadline: September 15; winner announced by September 30
Additional guidelines: Write a story as if you were writing for a children’s Christian magazine. We’re looking for humor with a message, but the tone should not be preachy. Problems (if any) should be solved by the children in the story. The maximum word count is 500.
If your story is shorter than that, we’ll accept it, but stories longer than 500 words will be disqualified.
Send your story, with $10.00 application fee, to Cathy Biggerstaff, 410 Aydlotte Rd., Rutherfordton, N.C., 28139.
The winning story writer will receive a free Two-for-One critique and 2018 Conference admission! www.write2ignite.com
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