Tags » Writing Competition » Page 2

"The Cost of Doing Business" - Black Squirrel Visits Mash Stories

I am the owner, founder, and sole employee of Black Squirrel Workshop, which means I do a lot of writing for business. Creatively, I focus mostly poetry. 427 more words


The Big Idea writing competition!

Here at GHB we know loads of you are keen writers, so here’s a really cool competition that we’ve heard about. Good luck if you decide to enter! 185 more words


Tips & Tricks: The National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)

Completely in contrast with my previous Tips & Tricks, I’d like to put forward the NaNoWriMo competition, a competition that has grown immensely over the years and has spread to many countries. 170 more words


"Devil in Disguise" takes 2nd in the 83rd Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition

I’m overjoyed to announce I am a winner!  Although I’ve been writing for many years, I’ve only entered two contests.  Ever.   So this win is a gigantic deal to me.   37 more words

Writer's Digest

On your bike: Writing Competition winner

The second prize for 18yr+  in the Kirklees Libraries writing competition goes to Cath Rawnsley-Pemberton.  Alison Lock, a local poet and author, who judged the competition said the entry was ‘Lovely lyrical writing with description that brings the reader into the moment.’ 458 more words


Writing Competition Winner: Zara Akhtar

Zara, aged 6 won 3rd prize for the under 11yrs  in the On Your Bike writing competition from Kirklees Libraries.  Her charming entry was done at the library in Ravensthorpe with no help at all from anyone.  69 more words


Writing competition winner: Abigail Sturgeon

Abigail, aged 11yrs won the 2nd prize in the On your Bike writing competition in the under 11ys category. Organised by Kirklees Libraries reader development team and judged by local author Alison Lock she has won £30 in book tokens. 576 more words