Children’s novel competition open now

Mslexia, the magazine for women writers, has launched its competition for children’s novels, with a closing date of 10 September 2012.

The competition is open to children’s novels in any genre by previously unpublished women novelists, but it must be for children who are able to read for themselves or for young adults. Crossover fiction (i.e. that aimed at children and adults) is eligible. Nonfiction, and fiction intended for adults is not eligible. To qualify as a novel, your book must total at least 30,000 words.

Read more here…

I’m entering – will you?

Oh, and PS – Mslexia ran a helpful article in a back issue on fixes for fiction – see Quick Fix Fiction in the Writers’ Resources page – click on the link at the top of this page.

English: Four children reading the book How th...

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About Arabella McIntyre-Brown

I'm a writer from West Sussex is southern England, but after 30 years of urban life in London and Liverpool, I now live in a remote village 1,000 metres up in the Carpathian Mountains of Transylvania. My new book is published in November 2016: "Din Liverpool in Carpati: cum mi-am gasit fericirea în inima Transilvaniei"
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