Friday, 7 March 2014

One for the Crime Writers or Super sleuths amongst you Criminal Lines - Deadline: Mon 5 May 2014

AM Heath in association with The Writers’ Workshop are delighted to announce Criminal Lines 2014, a new crime writing prize open to writers who do not have an agented or début authors. They must have been born or resident in the UK or Ireland


If you’ve written a perfect murder, a psychological nail-biter, or a gripping procedural, why not enter it for the Crime Lines prize? They’re looking for anything that will chill or thrill, with characters we can’t walk away from.

You can enter any kind of crime, suspense or thriller novel for the prize, with the proviso that any material previously submitted to AM Heath is ineligible. Your novel doesn’t have to be finished but the synopsis does need to show you have a clear vision for the book. Self-published authors are welcome to enter.

For more information and to send your work

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