Dude, Where's My Muse?

Saturday, July 26, 2008

So this looks interesting...

Now if only Sabrina had a brand new opening...

**PERMISSION GRANTED TO FORWARD***

2008 On the Far Side Contest

Got fantasy, futuristic, or paranormal? Then the On the Far Side contest
is for you!!

Welcome dragons, witches, ghosties, vampires, shape shifters, unicorns,
and any creature your imagination can conjure up in a galaxy far far
away, in a time long past, or in your very own backyard.

2007 Contest: 3 manuscripts requested! Two sold so far!

"The FF&P On the Far Side contest is not to be missed. Not only did the
judges provide detailed and actionable feedback that I used to make my
manuscript better, but I sold as a result of my 2007 contest win! I
highly recommend this contest to anyone seriously pursuing a career
writing paranormal romance."

Elissa Wilds

Author of Between Light and Dark, a November 2008 release from
Dorchester Love Spell

Requirements:

* Must be unpublished in full length fiction (40,000+) for the genre
entering/or not published in genre entering for past 5 years
* First 20 pages of manuscript
* OPTIONAL synopsis (New)
* Entry received by DEADLINE: August 8, 2008

Final round judges are acquiring editors and agents of all genres of
paranormal romance. Take this opportunity to get your best work in front of:

* Erotic: Caren Johnson, Caren Johnson Literary Agency
* Romantic Elements: Lois Winston, Ashley Grayson
* Futuristic: Stacy Boyd, Harlequin
* General Paranormal: Erika Tsang, Avon
* Time Travel: Margo Lipschultz Harlequin, Luna
* Fantasy: Deborah Werksman, Sourcebooks
* (New) Young Adult: Scott Eagan, Greyhaus Literary Agency

Prizes

All finalists receive a certificate and an OTFS finalist website banner
(New).

* Winners of each category receive a check for $20, a pin, an OTFS
winner website banner (New), and a certificate.
* 2nd Place receives a check for $15 and a certificate
* 3rd place receives a check for $10 and a certificate

For details and entry forms, go to http://www.romance-ffp.com/contests.htm.
posted by Lis at 9:49 PM

1 Comments:

On The Far Side sounds promising...did you ever read the comic strip, 'The Far Side'? I love Opus. :)

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 1:55:00 PM  

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