Guys, guys, guys!

No, it’s not about to start raining men– this is just my barbaric yawp announcing a fantastically good (and free!) chance to win agent consideration.

The Guide to Literary Agents blog (of Writer’s Digest) is now hosting its 13th free “Dear Lucky Agent” Contest, with sci-fi and young adult fiction being this year’s eligible themes. Basically, you send in the first 150-200 words of your sci-fi and/or young adult novel and then spread the word.

Prizes (for three winners) include:

  1. Agent critique of the first 10 double-spaced pages of your work and
  2. A one-year subscription to

PLUS– and here’s where you should really get excited– at least one past judge has gone on to sign a winner and sell two of her books! Think of just how lucky you might get here…

How it works:

  1. Share the contest with others at least twice via any social media. Be sure to include a link to the contest.
  2. Submit your real name, contact email, book title, one-sentence logline,150-200 words entry and proof of sharing via social media.

BAM! You’re done.

The contest is open until January 31st, so you have time– but don’t dally! Check out the contest webpage for full details. Good luck!


5 responses to “Guys, guys, guys!”

  1. Thanks so much for sharing this.

    1. My pleasure! What an opportunity, right? Best of luck if you are entering 🙂

  2. And so you should submit it -:), what I have read so far about it on here has convinced me of a compelling material in making and crafted approach to it. Good on you and as always BEST OF LUCK!

    1. Thank you, Daniela! I did in fact submit…we’ll see what happens 🙂

      As always, thank you for reading and your encouragement. It means the world!

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