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January Query Critique Giveaway

In 2017, it was my goal to spend the entire year giving back to the writing community. And I enjoyed it so much, I’m going to continue doing it in 2018. Each month I will post a new critique giveaway of some sort on my blog.

For January, I’m giving away FIVE query critiques — YEP 5!

There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing.

While you’re here, please subscribe to my newsletter for NEXT GIRL TO DIE!

Good luck! And may the odds be ever in your favor.

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April Query Critique Giveaway

Continuing with my goal of giving back to the writing community every month in 2017 — in April I’m giving away 1 query critique to a winner — along with three critiques for them to gift to other writers!

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing.

Good luck! And may the odds be ever in your favor.

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Query Critique Giveaway!

To help you all get your queries ready for the New Year, I’ll be doing a few query critique giveaways!

What do you have to do to enter? Simply enter using the Rafflecopter widget below.

Note: To enter and win, you must currently follow me on Twitter. If you aren’t a twitter follower when the prizes are picked, you will not be eligible to win.

If you don’t win this time, don’t worry. I’ll giveaway more query critiques in the future. Keep following me on twitter, or join my email list for updates!

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Query and Synopsis Critique Giveaway

Instead of continuing to giveaway critiques based off of social media follower counts, instead I’m going to try and do monthly critique giveaways.

So… the January giveaway starts NOW!

For this giveaway, you have a chance to win a Query + Synopsis critique (up to 10 pages for the synopsis). I’m also giving away a query critique. The first winner that rafflecopter selects will be able to choose which prize they want.

DETAILS…
To enter and win, you must currently follow me on Twitter. If you aren’t a twitter follower when the prizes are picked, you will not be eligible to win.

You do not have to claim your prize the day I announce the winner. If your query isn’t ready yet, you can save the critique for when you need it — OR you can give the critique to a friend.

GOOD LUCK!

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1000 Twitter Followers Celebration – Query/First-Five Critique Giveaway!

To celebrate reaching 1000 followers on Twitter, I’m giving away a query critique! If you win, I’ll also take a look at your first five pages.

To enter and win, you must currently follow me on Twitter.

If you don’t win this time, don’t worry. I’ll giveaway more query critiques in the future. Keep following me on Twitter, or join my email list for updates!

Thank you all for following me! Good luck 😀

Update: Since I’ve gotten over 100 entries, I will be picking TWO winners! Good luck everyone. 

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May Critique Giveaway

My May critique giveaway is live!

For May, I’m giving away:

  1. Query + 20 page critique
  2. Query + 5 page critique
  3. Query + synopsis critique(up to 5 pages)

If you are self-pubbing and do not have a query, I would be happy to critique your blurb instead of a query! You can also trade out a query critique for a critique on up to 5 twitter pitches.

There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing. All page critiques are for DOUBLE SPACED pages.

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April Critique Giveaway

Now that my March giveaway has concluded — my April critique giveaway is live!

For April, I’m giving away:

  1. Query + 10 page critique
  2. Query + Synopsis critique (up to 5 pages)
  3. Query critique

If you are self-pubbing and do not have a query, I would be happy to critique your blurb instead of a query! You can also trade out a query critique for a critique on up to 5 twitter pitches.

There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing. All page critiques are for DOUBLE SPACED pages.

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March Critique Giveaway

Now that my February giveaway has concluded — my March critique giveaway is live!

For March, I’m giving away:

  1. Query + 20 page critique
  2. Query + 10 page critique

If you are self-pubbing and do not have a query, I would be happy to critique your blurb instead of a query!

There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing.

While you’re here, please subscribe to my newsletter for NEXT GIRL TO DIE!

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February Critique Giveaway

Now that my January giveaway has concluded — my February critique giveaway is live!

For Feb, I’m giving away:

  1. Query + 10 page critique
  2. Query + 5 page critique
  3. Query critique

If you are self-pubbing and do not have a query, I would be happy to critique your blurb instead of a query!

There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing.

While you’re here, please subscribe to my newsletter for NEXT GIRL TO DIE!

Good luck! And may the odds be ever in your favor.

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December Critique Giveaway

Continuing with my goal of giving back to the writing community every month in 2017, for December I am giving away a 30 page + query critique, and a query critique! There are no restrictions on who can claim this prize, all genres and markets are open.  (I’d be the most help for A or YA projects though)

Note: To be eligible to win, you must follow me on Twitter at the time of the drawing.

While you’re here, please subscribe to my newsletter for NEXT GIRL TO DIE!

Good luck! And may the odds be ever in your favor.

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