Wednesday, 16 January 2008

One for Novelists in the North-East

(of England that is)

As part of Tonto Books' new fiction project, they are launching their North East New Novelists contest. Two lucky writers will win publishing contracts and see their novels published by Tonto Books in January 2009. The contest is open to all writers currently residing in the North East of England who have not previously had a novel published.

Find out more here:

http://www.tontobooks.com/writers/

7 comments:

KAREN CLARKE said...

Trust me not to live in the flipping North-East any more! I wonder if having relatives there counts??

CTaylor said...

I went to University there. Damn...just 13 years too late! ;o)

A. Writer said...

I'm in the North East... but of SCOTLAND! Pants!

I wonder if my mate who lives there wants a lodger?...

SallyQ said...

Damn! I'm just a bit too far south. Thanks for posting though, Cally.

Sarah Dunnakey said...

I lived there for the first eighteen years of my life. Why did it seem such a good idea to leave? Maybe I could persuade my mum to finish that novel she has always wanted to write

Caroline said...

I lived there for 18 years too. It seems that we've all been missing each other ... paths crossing.

KayJay said...

No way! I lived there for the first 18 years of my life too!