Enter the first 15 pages of your manuscript plus a 1-2 page synopsis for fiction or 1-2 page chapter outline for non-fiction. Open to all manuscripts– fiction and non-fiction. Entries will be judged according to appeal, content, flow, and writing.
Rules are SIMPLE: Don't make this hard!
Winners will be announced at ACWC.
YOU MUST BE A ACWC ATTENDEE TO ENTER.
*Send the first chapter NOT TO EXCEED 15 double spaced pages via email to: [email protected]
*Entry fee is non-refundable
*Note this is a contest entry. In the body of the e-mail, include your name, e-mail, physical address, and phone number. Entries without this information will not be included in the contest. List the name of your book, genre, expected completion date, and a short blurb (think back cover copy).
*Entries must be appropriate for the CBA market.
*In a single document send :
*A complete 1-2 page, single-spaced synopsis.
*The first chapter or first 15 pages. Anything beyond 15 pages will be discarded.
*Entries should be in Times New Roman 12, double-spaced with 1-inch margins.
*Title, genre, and page numbers must be in a header at the top of the manuscript. DO NOT include your name in the header.
*Manuscripts will be entered in the contest and sent to judges upon receipt of the entry fee.
*Manuscript must be unpublished and not in contract with another publisher. Self-published books do not qualify for the contest.
Enter your best work. Proof and edit so your work is as clean as possible. Manuscripts entered in the contest ARE NOT CRITIQUED. They are judged solely on content and writing.
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Each devotion should be:
Send your devotions in separate Word docs as an attachment to mailto:[email protected]. Submit your entry as a Word doc email attachment. Writers are limited to two devotions per person for this contest.