Happy Holidays, everyone! This morning I’m excited to share a special December contest for writers:
Starting today, you can enter to win a critique of your manuscript’s first three chapters from me, thanks to Writers Helping Writers!
It’s part of Angela and Becca’s annual Advent for Writers giveaways. I’m so honored that they asked me to be part of this year’s festivities, and I already can’t WAIT to read the winner’s chapters!
This three-chapter critique is a longer version of the first-page critiques I’ve done for Writers Helping Writers. I’ll review these chapters (up to a maximum of 8,000 words) and write a critique that evaluates the plot, characters, setting, the opening hook, and so on. This prize can be redeemed anytime in 2020, so there’s no need to feel rushed to send me something right away if you win.
How do you enter this contest? Easy! Visit the giveaway’s page and follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter form. The more activities you complete on the form, the greater your chances of winning!
Don’t delay, though. This giveaway – and all of the Advent giveaways – ends on Friday, December 20, at midnight Eastern. That’s one week from today, so head over to the giveaway’s page as soon as you can and enter for your chance to win! Feel free to share the giveaway with other writers you know too. As the saying (sort of) goes, the more the merrier!
Oh, and make sure you check out the other Advent giveaways that are already in progress. All of the prizes are AMAZING, like the complete Writers Helping Writers Thesaurus e-book collection, innovative software programs for writers, online workshops, and a free marketing consultation. So if you’re not looking for a three-chapter critique, maybe one of the other giveaways might be an even better present for you.
Remember: the Advent giveaways end on Friday, December 20 at midnight Eastern. So if you’d like to win a critique of your manuscript’s first three chapters from me, enter here today.
Good luck to everyone who enters! And in case I don’t write to you again beforehand, I hope the rest of your end-of-year holidays are full of warmth, love, and joy.