The first annual Kidlit Fall Writing Frenzy Contest is here!
Your chance to share your writing, interact with other writers, get inspired, and hopefully win some super awesome prizes is here!
So what do you do to enter???
Remember to thank our generous donors by visiting their websites, sharing about them, buying their books, requesting them from your library, and reviewing them.
Also, don’t forget, October is an amazing month for kidlit opportunities. If you haven’t checked them out, here’s a few awesome one:
Susanna Hill’s Halloweensie Contest
Make sure to review the rules before you submit (like word limit 200, due by Oct 11th 11:59 PM PST, one entry per person, etc. etc.). The same post has all 51 prizes listed, too! (like picture book critiques, first chapter MG/YA critiques, signed books, and more).
And if there’s any issues, let me know. Especially typos. I am a Typo Queen. Seriously, I need to make a crown.
Post your story. You can post it to your own blog or in the comments below.
Or, if you’d prefer being anonymous, use the contact form at the bottom, and I will add you to the form a “Anonymous.”
Submit your information to the orange-red Kidlit Fall Writing Frenzy form below (unless you’re going anonymous).
Use the spreadsheet below to check out other entries, support each other, be constructive, add new writers as your Twitter/Facebook if you like their style, and again, support the prize donors.
Finally, stay busy while Lydia, the donors, and I select the winners.
When will they be announced? Great question! This is the inagural year, sooo we’ll find out.
Remember: ONE entry per person, please.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Lydia Lukidis or me using the form or via Twitter.
Submissions (One entry per person)
Note: when you enter your “contact” info it is able to be seen in the spreadsheet below. If you do not want your email shared, please use Twitter Handle or Facebook name.
Note: if you are posting in the comments, it may take up to 24 hours to appear.
(I’ve hidden some columns, so don’t worry if they don’t show up here.)
If you’d like to be anonymous or have a question you’d like to ask, please use my Contact form.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you for putting yourself out there. I am absolutely amazed at the wonderful response to this contest. The kidlit community never ceases to amaze and inspire me. I can’t wait to read all of your wonderful creations!
Kaitlyn Leann Sanchez
Here are the images again for your viewing pleasure:
PS. Can’t wait to see what numbers we come up with too!