Movellas has launched a writing competition themed around ‘Bullying’ and titled “Both Sides of the Story”. Movellas has selected Bryony Allen's book OTOLI as the stimulus for the competition and will use some extracts from the book.
Movellas want to hear your story about bullying!
Competition start date is Wednesday May 16, 2012, end date Sunday July 8, 2012
* Overall Winner: Writer's school wins a class set of SMART Response Interactive Response System, Writer wins an Acer Inspire One mini laptop and a signed copy of Otoli by Bryony Allen.
* 1st runner up Writer's school wins a class set of SMART Response Interactive Response System, Writer wins £100 Topshop vouchers and signed copy of Otoli by Bryony Allen.
* 2nd, 3rd and 4th runners up all win a signed copy of Otoli by Bryony Allen, donated by the Publishers, Pneuma Springs Publishing.
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