And, lo and behold, the people behind the contest quickly wrote back to tell me my poem had been selected as a winner! I was speechless with honor. Of the thousands of poets who must have submitted to the contest — no doubt many of them adults much wiser and more skilled than me — my poem had been chosen to be featured in an exclusive, hardcover anthology!
And no, you do NOT have to be present to win! But, it is a lot more fun! As such, I figured that my lack of attendance would negate any chance I had of winning not being too sure how these types of awards work…. Glumly, I watched the first weekend of April go by, waving my chance at winning goodbye.
And forgot about the whole thing…… Silly me! On a whim, I checked out the Chanticleer website tonight and came across this little bit of news: The First In Category award winners are to receive a complimentary book review from Chanticleer, as well as a bunch of other promotional items.
And now I can say that my as of yet unpublished novel is an award winner!
Reject me now, literary agents!! Spread the word, eh? Gives you something to post about, something to encourage interactions from followers as they congratulate you and re-share your accomplishments. Show potential readers, agents, publishers that your book has passed a test of quality and readability that can help your book jump off the shelves at bookstores and increase book sales or open doors to agents and publishers.
Contest submission deadlines help you meet your deadlines for your publishing goals.
Finalists and winners get active promotion from Chanticleer across our social media platforms and our high traffic website, as well as our mail list of thousands. Join our Chanticleer family — form relationships and bonds with other winners, especially if you attend our Chanticleer Authors Conference and Awards Gala where winners gather from all over the world.
Just plain have fun! It was a thrilling boost to learn that my little book made it through the slush pile and onto the shortlist.
Additionally, letting potential readers know that a book has been nominated gives an author something new to promote and might encourage readers to choose one book over another. They provide validation, encouragement, recognition, and differentiation in an industry that is so often full of negativity and rejection.
I encourage other indie authors to enter their books in whatever writing competition is appropriate for them. Entries compete for book awards at the following levels: What are you waiting for?
Enter today for your chance to add a book award to your marketing toolkit. Your book could be a winner! Book Awards help your book get discovered!
Boost discovery and boost your sales. We want to see authors succeed and sell more books. Plus, you can win cash and prizes! A Prize Ribbon to use in promotion at book signings and book festivals Digital Badges for display on your website or incorporation into book covers Book stickers to identify your print books to book store shoppers as they browse In addition to all the ribbons and badges and cash awards we will be showering you with, you will also receive a powerful promotional boost from Chanticleer Reviews, with:Letters About Literature is a reading and writing contest for students in grades Students are asked to read a book, poem or speech and write to the author (living .
The BookBaby Independent Authors Conference is pleased to announce its Scholarship Essay Contest for Delaware Valley high school and college students. As a way to encourage students to pursue a career in writing and book publishing, BookBaby is offering five students the opportunity to take an insider’s look at the Independent Authors Conference, encompassing a full weekend of.
Winning and placing in a Chanticleer writing contest will help promote your work and your author platform. Gives you something to post about, something to encourage interactions from followers as they congratulate you and re-share your accomplishments.
Junior Authors Short Story Contest. The contest ran from – and is no longer going to be offered due to declining interest. jaBlog! LTC’s literary blog is accepting original short stories up to 1, words until June 15, rutadeltambor.com has launched an essay writing contest.
We invite students from all over the world to take part in it. The main prize is $ Good Luck! (If author's permission is granted); Winners will receive an offer to join the team of professionals at our essay writing service. PTA Men's Essay Contest - Men in Making a Difference This “ready to go” program is a statewide essay contest that explores the important and different contributions that men make in the lives and education of children – from our children’s perspective.