Sunday, March 18, 2012

March 2012 Contests & Critique Opportunities - Part II



I'm back from a lovely Spring Break with my family. If you're just returning from a pleasant computer vacation as well, get caught up with the latest contests!

Public Slushpile from Miss Snark - Post your query for people to give you a "yes" or "no" as to whether they are interested. Enter 3/19 from 1-9pm EST and winners will be chosen by lottery.

The Bittersweet Blog Giveaway - Enter to win a 50 page critique of your novel. No genre restrictions. Through 3/23.

Skip The Slush Contest - Send your query letter and first 10 pages to author Ryann Kerekes. If she likes it, she'll give you a personal recommendation to her agents at Literary Counsel. All genres. Through 3/24.

First Line Contest from The Bright Literary Agency - Post your first line in comments for a chance to win a critique by an agent. For picture/chapter books only. Through 3/24.

Seekerville SPEEDBO 2012 - A 31-day challenge to complete your book. If you enter, you'll be entered in giveaways for lots of great critique opportunities. All genres. Upcoming giveaways on 3/24 and 3/31.

Elizabeth Briggs Giveaway - Enter to win a "get ready to query" critique package from author Elizabeth Briggs. No genre restrictions. Through 3/26.

Cassandra Marshall Free Edit Giveaway - You can enter to win a full substantial edit of a YA/MG novel from Cassandra plus other great prizes. Through 3/26. BONUS - You can enter this contest right here using the form below.

March Critique Giveaway from Marcia Hoehne - Enter in comments to randomly win a first 1000 words critique of your chapter book, MG, or YA. Through 3/28.

Let me know if I missed anything, I'm a little tired from a LONG drive with plenty of lovely traffic.



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3 comments:

  1. As always, thanks Sharon. :) I hope vaca was awesome!!

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  2. Thanks for including me in the list, Sharon! Great post. =)

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  3. This is a great list! Thanks for adding my giveaway.

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