Sunday 25 May 2014

RAW NaNoWriMo 2014 Writing Competition - Deadline Jan. 30th, 2015

The RAW NaNoWriMo 2014 writing competition

1st & 2nd drafts manuscripts ONLY!

We are searching for orginality of story concept and raw storytelling ability.

Do you want to know if editors will find your NaNoWriMo manuscript is compelling?

Should you begin work on the inevitable re-write and editing process?

Does your RAW work have a compelling story? Is it original? Does it have an irresistable plot arc? Will your work's characters resonate with readers?

Do you have the next "Water for Elephants" or "Wool?"

Here is your chance to find out! Enter your official 2014 NaNoWriMo manuscript into the RAW NaNoWriMo 2014 competition.

The first 50 entries will receive complimentary short, concise editorial feedback via email on a first entered, first read basis.

Enter your work into the RAW NaNoWriMo 2014 competition rounds for a $30 fee.
Enter into targeted genres.
Keep in mind that this contest is for UNEDITED works. We are looking for RAW writing talent.
11 winners slots! One for each genre writing competition that CBR offers.
Minimum word count: 50,000.
You must be able to supply your 2014 NaNoWriMo Winner's Certificate upon request.
Authors will maintain all rights to their works submitted to the RAW NaNoWriMo contest.

Ten 1st Place Winners will receive a complimentary CBR writing contest entry gift certificate (valid until Feb. 1st, 2016).

Overall Great Beginnings Award Winner will receive a CBR gift certificate for a CBR Manuscript Overview or a CBR Editorial Book Review (valid until Feb. 1st, 2016).

Winners will be announced on April 1st, 2015.

Submissions will be accepted until Jan. 30th, 2015, midnight PST.

You will be asked to upload your file (pdf, or Word file) when you enter the contest.

Image courtesy of National Novel Writing Month.

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