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I have one more exciting story to share with you and then I will get back to character development.
I am entering a contest that must include a Query letter and the first 500 words of my book. The winner(s) of the contest will receive a full request from Curiosity Quills!

The contest is for a YA novel and this will be the first of this type of contest I have entered. I'm excited, but nervous, too.

Visit the rules for the contest Sharon Bayliss and her blog.

I will be posting my entry on the 25th of May so please keep a look out and make sure visit on the 25th. The contest is open to comments and I need all the help I can get! 

See you on the 25th!


  1. Thanks for spreading the word! I look forward to reading your entry.

  2. Thank you, Sharon! I am excited, but nervous at the same time. Thanks for hosting the contest!!


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