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Thursday, 18 September 2014

CALLING ALL YA AUTHORS! The Next BIG YA Book by YOU!



Calling all authors!


If you have ever hashtagged #amwriting, #MSWL, or #IWantToBePublishedSoBadlyMyEyeballsMightPop, than pay attention.



From September 17th through October 1st, Hipso Media Publishing and Jenny from Supernatural Snark will be hosting the ‘Next Big YA Book Event.’


Why is this good news for #amwriters?

Here’s how the event works. Most publishers work exclusively with agents, which makes it difficult (more like close to impossible) for up-and-coming writers to get their work seen. Well, Hipso Media Publishing will be opening their doors to all YA writers who dream of traditional publication, but can’t seem to catch a break. Writers who have mountainous ideas, along with an actual mountain of rejection letters. Hipso wants to pick one of those writers, and treat them like the literary rock star they are, showering them in every publishing perk someone of their caliber deserves:

-  Publishing contract with a generous royalty program

-  Custom cover from Seedlings Design

-  Candace Book Blog Book Tour

- Exclusive front-page podcast on AuthorsOnTourLive, iReadBooksRadio and iHeartRadio (which gets an average of more than 1 million hits a year)

- Novel as an eBook on all major retailers – Kindle, Nook, iBooks, Kobo, around the world

-A featured post on Supernatural Snark

-Awesome book swag, and more…

Once the winning manuscript is picked, Jenny from Supernatural Snark (Owner of Seedlings Design) will work with the author to create a custom cover that will be sure to shout, “NEXT BIG YA BOOK”. And then she’ll do a featured post on Supernatural Snark, to make sure the world hears.

No agents, hoops, or hassles. The only criteria are that your YA manuscript be finished, you must believe it’s great, and it must not already be published somewhere else.




Good luck and happy writing!

2 comments:

  1. I seen someone else post this up early today, and gosh, what an incredible opportunity for aspiring authors. I don't know much about how being published works really, but that most publishers only work with agents? It sounds like the cost of just getting your foot in the door and astronomical! This is a brilliant concept, I really hope writers will take full advantage. Thanks for sharing Gina <3

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    1. Yes, I'm pretty sure Joy posted this up as well, I just saw it then :) Definitely, and I know how many of us bloggers are aspiring writers, so I knew that this had to be posted. Thanks :)

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