1st Prize: £200.00
2nd Prize: £100.00
3rd Prize: £75.00
Entry fee: £3.00 FREE to Write Learn and Publish Members
Closing date: November 3rd 2017
Have you ever fancied trying to write for the young adult market? The teenage market is very popular and if you can adapt your writing to connect with today’s teenagers then, you could develop a whole new writing skill and, it can be more than a little lucrative too. If this sounds fun, then have a go with this new writing competition. Create an adventure story, a mystery or just draw on the issues of life but aim for those younger minds and deal with these issues in a way that is relative. Note, you do not have to use the photo above.
You have a maximum of 1500 words (including your choice of title) so consider your story and starting point carefully. We love the YA genre so grip us from the opening paragraph. Do read the rules though.
Open to writers worldwide
Submissions must be written in English
Submissions must be emailed to us on or before the closing date. Email: email@example.com
Mark the subject line with YA Fiction Competition
Submissions must be original and previously unpublished
Multiple submissions are welcome providing the correct entry fees are paid via PayPal. Simply change the quantity when on PayPal and the calculations will be made for you. Want to enter this competition and all our others for FREE? Click HERE and sign up for our Write, Learn and Publish membership. Seriously, it’s worth it.
Pay now by clicking on the PayPal button below and then send your submission when ready.
Note: We endeavor to judge, award and announce the winner within a 14 week time-frame following the closing date, sometimes, we are able to announce sooner and at other times, it takes longer. This is dependent on the number of submissions and the quality of work. Also, word count naturally plays a part in the judging process. Where there are delays, we will announce in our Facebook group and in the FREE Creative Competitor News! Please join us and we will keep you informed. Entry implies acceptance to these rules.