Forget the cliche of the romantic hermit, writing doesn't need to be done alone, it can be social too! Writing with others is a great way to share ideas and keep motivated. Check out our tips for taking over your library with a library write-in below!
What's more, by setting up a library write-in for the Sony Young Movellist of the Year competition you can also be in with the chance of winning a set of great prizes!
Here's the deal; use the resource below to organise a group write-in, tell us about it, and you could win a 'write-in pack', a set of prizes to make your write-in even better the second time round!
- a popcorn maker (for your future write-ins)
- £150 WH Smith Vouchers (for your group to get everything you need for writing)
Entering the competition is simple, you just have to send us a 200 word report on your write-in (preferably with pictures too) and the name and contact details of a librarian who we can deliver the prizes to. The most exciting sounding write-in will be awarded the prize pack.
You may want to think about the following questions when writing your entry: How many people came? How did you run your write-in? How did sharing work with friends help with everyone's writing?
Please send all entries to email@example.com by midnight on Saturday 27 April 2013.
So, there we go. Read the Terms and Conditions to make sure you've got all of the details straight, and then get write-in-ing!
And, of course, don't forget to enter the fruits of your write-in into the Sony Young Movellist of the Year competition.
Read the writing tip guides mentioned in the slide above: getting started and staying on track. There are more writing tips on the Reading Activists skills and opportunities Facebook page Reading Activists.
Keep up with the latest Reading Activists news on twitter and share your competition entry using the hashtag #movellist