"More than 10 years in the writing, this true story by Gandhi's grandson and Hegedus, gives a personal window inside the peacemaker's teaching." PW star review*
*"Never burdened by its message, this exceptional title works on multiple levels." Kirkus star review*
THE 5th ANNUAL
YA DISCOVERY CONTEST
ALL ENTRIES ARE IN
In order to ensure that all submissions are judged with a keen eye, we have postponed announcing the YA contest results. Updated results will be posted within a few weeks. We apologize for the delay.
No query? No pitch? No problem!
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with only the first 250 words of your YA novel!
Have a young adult novel—or a YA novel idea—tucked away for a rainy day? Are you putting off pitching your idea simply because you’re not sure how to pitch an agent? No problem! All you have to do is submit the first 250 words of your novel and you can win both exposure to editors, and a reading of your manuscript from one of New York’s TOP literary agents, Serendipity's own, Regina Brooks.
—NOVEMBER IS NaNoWriMo—
In honor of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo.org)—an international event where aspiring novelists are encouraged to write an entire novel in 30 days—this contest is meant to encourage the aspiring YA author to get started on that novel by offering an incentive for completing the first 250 words.
CLOSED UNTIL 2015
The Memoir Discovery Contest
Grand Prize Winner
A big Congratulations to this years' top five!
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
2. These Little Earthquakes: Dhana Musil
3. My Mother's Money: Lynette Benton
4. Is My Crazy Showing?: Leigh Baker
5. Pure Land: Annette McGivney
Serendipity and She Writes Press want to give a huge THANK YOU to all this years participants!
There were so many amazing, heartfelt, and humorous memoirs…
We're already looking forward to reading more next year!