Line Structure The poetic line enables you to manipulate words and phrases in a unique and powerful way.
Readers Favorite Readers Favorite Award: Our annual contest awards four levels of winners in each of our 40 genre categories.
Why enter or award contest? Book Awards grab the attention of book stores, publishers, libraries, and readers, which can translate into increased sales.
You can refer to your book as an "Award Winning Book" and you as an "Award Winning Author" on your book cover, website, and all other marketing materials.
You can add your Award Sticker to existing copies of your book, or incorporate a digital image of it into new or reprinted versions. We have been reviewing books for many years and are excited to announce the launch of our first annual Readers Favorite Award Contest!
This is great news for you because a contest's first year means fewer competitors and a better chance for you to win! However, your award will still be based on the quality of your book.
If your entry is the only one in a particular category, it does not mean you will automatically win Gold. In fact, you may not win an award at all.
Smaller numbers in your category simply means there will be fewer books to compete against for the caliber of award your book may warrant.
The contest is open to all aspiring and established authors on all career levels. Authors from all over the world can submit their own travel, lifestyle or entertainment guides, and the winning titles will be showcased on the fair.
The top prize is a personal trip to the fair in October This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet renowned publishers, pitch story ideas, and expose their titles to overvisitors and 10, journalists. Hall 3, where the winning titles will be displayed, is probably the most lively hall on the whole fair - bringing great exposure to the author and the books that are on display.
The contest deadline is September 24, There is no page limit and authors are welcome to submit new and existing works, as long as they fit into the broad categories of travel, lifestyle and entertainment guides.
Authors keep all copyrights, and participation is free. This competition is a fantastic chance for writers with new work to win the following whilst raising money for a worthy charity. Best New Writing will receive one years free membership to the Ambassador Theatre Writers Group Best Overall Piece will receive a writing workshop with established writer Martin Brocklebank Best Actor will receive a workshop with NLP for Actors All 20 finalists will perform their work on the 25th October and will receive feedback from the panel of judges All 20 finalists will receive a 2 hour workshop with Sally Luff Ambassador Writers Group All 20 finalists will have their work printed into a small booklet of plays which we be sold as a programme on the night and then after the event by Samuel French with proceeds to go to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
I hope you agree that this is a fantastic competition with amazing prizes. If you are unaware of the work of Marie Curie Cancer Care, please view their website for more information www.
The terms and conditions are as follows: All proceeds will go to Marie Curie Cancer Care only If you have any more questions please do not hesitate to contact me, otherwise please enter.Read more award-winning poems.
FundsforWriters: Time to Get Serious About Your Writing Career You won’t be able to quit work and write, but you might find a grant to make your writing goals easier. Apr 26, · How To Write An Award Winning Poem In Just 5 Minutes - Grant Flint Share your poems in a community of new and seasoned poets.
Poetry boards and workshops. Member IBPC. Jun 10, · Teen's award-winning poem helps rewrite her life. Last year, a teacher in her alternative school asked students to write something personal for a short film project.
Tasana dashed off a poem. Step 1: My Poem. Students can read Karla’s poem called “ME,” from the book, Dogs & Dragons, Trees & Dreams for inspiration. Step 2: Brainstorming.
Karla offers three ideas to help students write, including: don’t worry about grammar – just get your main idea or feeling, or both, on paper and fix things later. A poem can be left adrift a deserted, floating wreck Words wash over rails on board, a slippery deck Every poem I've ever written helps me write the next.
Read "A Poem is a House for Words" by Shirley B. Ernst and Amy A. McClure in the January issue of Language Arts. Watch the video interview " Spotlight on NCTE Poet Mary Ann Hoberman " with Lee Bennett Hopkins, created by author Renee LaTulie.