Thursday, July 19, 2012

July Critique Giveaway

It's critique time. Enter to win!
  • I will critique TWO manuscripts. "Manuscript" means the first 1000 words of your children's magazine story, chapter book, MG novel, or YA novel.
  • No picture books, easy readers, poetry, or nonfiction.
  • Just comment on this post and state that you wish to enter.
  • Extra entries for following, Facebooking, tweeting, blogging, etc.
  • Include your email, OR check back to see if you've won!
  • Enter now through Wednesday, August 1.
  • Please, no stories that you intend to enter in an ICL Children's Writer contest.
  • Winners announced Thursday, August 2.
Let the entering begin!


Barbara Watson said...

You don't have to enter me since I won last month (and have revised based on your THANK YOU!) but I will tweet about the critique giveaway and spread the word!

Akoss said...

I would love a chance to win please.

Akoss said...

I also twitted for an extra entry.

Thanks again for this opportunity.

Marcia said...

Barbara -- Thanks! :)

Akoss -- Thanks for stopping by and entering. You are in. :)

Unknown said...

I have nothing to be critted right now. That's awesome that you're doing this critique giveaway. If I wasn't going away tomorrow, I would have blogged about it.

Sharon K. Mayhew said...

I'd love a chance to win a critique from you, Marcia.

I'm going to tweet your post and put it on my FB page. :)

Ruth Schiffmann said...

I won your critique last month so I'm not commenting to enter, just to say thank you again. My manuscript is better for it =)

Anonymous said...

I have some rough stuff, so I'm not entering, but I did tweet this. :)

Marcia said...

Stina -- Have a great time!

Sharon -- You're in!

Ruth -- You're welcome, glad you found it helpful!

Medeia -- Thanks! :)

Faith E. Hough said...

I'd love to enter now that I have a ms ready for critiquing. Your insight is always spot-on and I'd love your opinion of my work!

Marcia said...

Great, Faith! You're in. :)

A.L. Sonnichsen said...

Pick me! Pick me!

I tweeted -->

How do you feel about critiquing an MG verse novel? Just curious.

Thanks, Marcia - this is so generous of you!

a2sonnichsen (at) gmail (dot) com

A.L. Sonnichsen said...

Actually, a verse novel would probably be considered poetry, right? Duh! I also have a YA, so please still enter me! :D

Heidi Schulz said...

Crossing my fingers for a win. :)

Marcia said...

Amy -- Haha, I never really thought about a verse novel being poetry per se. I do like verse novels and wouldn't rule it out.

Heidi -- Thanks for coming and entering! :)