Got an amazing YA novel sitting in your laptop? Currently battling through NaNoWriMo this month, and reaching your final word count? Just really want to be a published author? Then this competition by Times/Chicken House is most definitely for you.
For all of you aspiring authors writing children’s and YA literature, the Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction Competition, closing December 18th, has a prize of a publishing contract worth £10,000 – a sure-fire way to catapult you to your dreams of seeing your work in bookstores.
Attention all of you #NaNoWriMo participants and aspiring authors! If any of you are writing a story meant for ages 7-18, and fancy having your finished work published, look no further! Enter the Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction Competition to win a £10,000 publishing contract. Closes December 18th. #TimesChickenHouse #amwriting #ya #getpublished #childrensliterature @chickenhsebooks #bookstagram #book
All the info on how to submit can be found right here.
And if you need any help on getting your book submission-ready, check out this video of the Chicken House publisher who discovered JK Rowling giving his top tips on writing.
We have every hope to see one of our MP!ers become a published author, and wish you all the luck in the world!
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