It’s one week until my new novel, The Moonlight Dreamers, is published and to celebrate I’m running a writing competition.
The Moonlight Dreamers is all about the importance of daring to dream. My own dreams have got me through some of the toughest times of my life and I feel very passionately about sharing this message.
I’ve already started running Moonlight Dreamers workshops and one question I always ask participants is: What is your dream for the world?
The answers I’ve been getting are very inspiring, so I thought I’d make that the focal point of this writing competition…
What is your dream for the world?
Two of the main characters in The Moonlight Dreamers are avid writers – one a blogger and one a poet – so in keeping with that, entries can either take the form of a guest blog post or a poem, whichever you prefer.
If you need any prompts to help inspire you, try the following questions:
If you could change one thing about the world what would it be?
What makes you really angry about the world we live in?
How could people make a positive difference?
What gives you hope?
The three winning entries will all receive a signed copy of The Moonlight Dreamers + a signed copy of one of my other YA books (you choose which one) + some other fun goodies to help you dare to dream. Your entries will also be published on the (soon to be launched) Moonlight Dreamers website.
Runners up will also have their entries published on the site.
:: Entries should be no longer than 500 words
:: Only one submission per person
:: Please state your name and age on your submission
:: All ages welcome (the entries will be judged in age groups)
:: The closing date = Thursday 14th July
:: Please send your entry to:
Please feel free to share this post with any writers / dreamers you think might be interested.
And if you’d like to find out more about The Moonlight Dreamers, this lovely review from The Blog of a Bookaholic gives loads of info … without any spoilers.