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Search for a Bestseller – a £50,000 opportunity for a new novelist

Richard and Judy – that’s husband and wife Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan – are searching for a new bestselling writer. The competition is open to unpublished novelists resident in the UK or the Republic of Ireland and the winner gets a £50,000 publishing deal with Bonnier Zaffre and representation from literary agency Furniss Lawton. […]

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Ups and downs of my writing career....

While waiting for two magazine articles to be published, which I submitted and had accepted several months ago, I decided to spread my wings and enter some writing competitions.   320 more words

Are you writing anything?

Are you writing anything?

Anything at all? It could be a letter to a friend (probably not snail mail these days), but at least a long message on Messenger or via email. 351 more words

Inspiration

WRITING COMPETITION CELEBRATING NATURE

Deacon Lynne Chitty, a member of the Mill House Retreats community and animal welfare activist, would like to draw our attention to this competition, which is open to everyone: 355 more words

Deacon

Fire service writing competition aimed at saving lives in South Yorkshire

 An award winning children’s author has agreed to judge a writing competition run by South Yorkshire’s fire service.

Fire chiefs hope that encouraging children to write a short story about a day in the life of a firefighter will make them think about fire safety. 233 more words

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Her Immortal Viking, Award Of Excellence Finalist!

HER IMMORTAL VIKING, a contemporary fantasy romance novella, is an Award of Excellence Finalist. Many thanks to the Colorado Romance Writers and the contest judges for this honor. 682 more words

Romantic Fiction

Monday Motivations

I had a wonderful weekend away but, as always, it flew by too quickly and it’s now back to work. If you’re like me and feeling that sluggish Monday-mind-syndrome, why not get it working by  entering one of my two… 388 more words

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