Write well. Write often. Edit wisely.
***Winning Entry—Warrior Wench by Marie Andreas***
And thanks to all for entering.
This is it, your opportunity to win a free 30-page edit of your unpublished fiction manuscript.
Ever wanted to see what an editor would do with the first 30 pages of your novel, those 30 pages agents and publishers want to look at before they request a full manuscript? Now’s your chance.
The Editor’s Blog is giving away one free 30-page fiction edit.
The prize is an edit of the first 30 consecutive pages of a novel or novella.
Enter the drawing by adding a comment to this article, as explained below. That’s all there is to it.
Entries will be accepted from the moment this article is made public until Sunday, July 3, 2011 at 10 pm EDT. The winner will be announced, in this article, on Monday, July 4, 2011.
Read on for the rules and limitations and requirements—
In celebration of the milestone of the 100th blog article on writing and editing at The Editor’s Blog, I’m offering a free edit of the first 30 pages of one unpublished fiction manuscript via a drawing.
How does the drawing work? Each comment on this article, which is the entry form, will serve as an entry for the drawing, and each entry will be numbered in order from one to whatever. The winning entry will be chosen by a random drawing of a number out of all possible choices at random.org. Simple and easy. The winner will be contacted via e-mail and his or her name and manuscript title will be posted on the article.
So . . . if you’d like a chance to win a free edit of the first 30 pages of your fiction manuscript, just enter.
Tell your friends and writing buddies.
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When you enter the drawing, you are not subscribing to The Editor’s Blog nor are you signing up for a newsletter or any other service. This is truly a giveaway, no strings attached, to thank my readers for coming to the blog.
Submit your entries now.
If you have questions or comments rather than an entry for the drawing, visit this contest preview article, where you can ask your questions in the comment section.
Good luck and good writing!
Glad to have y’all. Just a reminder that you don’t need to publicly post your e-mail address. When you add a comment, you include an e-mail address that I can see on the back end.