Last week saw the Writing Witches visit Wool C of E Primary school and everyone had a spellbinding time. Working with the pupils to develop their ideas and build their self esteem, the witches set the children on their way to producing fantastic entries for the Writing Wizardry Competition and who knows, maybe a future in publishing.
It’s time to start thinking about your 500 word short story for the Writing Wizardry Competition. Here are a few magical tips to get you started… Make a mind map about each of your characters. Describe them with as many adjectives as you can, and maybe even draw them. This way, you can really imagine your characters and what they… View Post
The day has arrived! We are excited to announce that today marks the launch of the Fresher Writing Prize and Writing Wizardry Prize 2016. This is a fantastic opportunity to help new writers get their foot onto the ladder and get their work out there, and for younger writers to win their height in books and have their work published. So spread… View Post
We are excited to announce that we have two new judges joining our panel for the 2016 Fresher Writing Prize: author Jeremy Page and editorial director of Picador, Francesca Main. As well as being a novelist and scriptwriter, Jeremy Page has worked in the UK film and TV industry for nearly… View Post
If you’re aged 9 or below, then it’s time to get your Writing Wizardry hats on! The Fresher Writing Wizardry competition opens on October 23rd, so if you like writing stories and would like to win your height in books, then this is the competition for you. To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is… View Post