Free to Enter Competition 2 - Win a Bloomsbury Editor critique of your novel's opening chapters

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Tuesday July 28, 2015 at 1:24am
Free to Enter Competition to win a Bloomsbury Editor critique of your novel's opening chapters Competition 3

How To Enter:
Simply read a brief extract from the two books by clicking on the book titles below and then click the button you will see to view the extracts. Then, email your  favourite book extract from the two books as outlined below. Closing date 30th September 2015

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Competition aim Your aim is to rate which of the two extracts you think the majority of other competition entrants will rate the highest from the 2 brief book extracts below. After the competition closing date of 30th September 2015 we then collate the votes of the extract out of the two that received most votes from competition entrants. If you rated the extract which received the most votes you will then be entered along with the other entrants who also correctly guessed the the most popular book into a random draw to win the Bloomsbury Editor Critique for your opening chapters.

Add the book title of your favourite book extract from the two books below in the Comments box below to enter the competion.

Sparrowlegs View book

The Pirate and the Amber Cat View book

The result will be announced by the end of the second week of October 2015 and the judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. As different entrants will have different genre preferences then the most popular extracts will not be announced, only the winner of the competition will be announced.

We wish you every success!

Best wishes,
Thefeedaread team


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