The following are the successful winners of all three rounds: Alice Austin, Katie Brignull, Joseph Chaplain, Ashley Craig, Felicity Freeman, Elizabeth Westcoat, Virginie Pithon, Natalie McKay and E-T Cresswell.

Those who did not have their stories added within the collection will receive a copy of the final project when the book is officially announced.

Please note: The competition closes at midnight in the UK so if you are overseas please be aware of the time zone.

The London Book Fair

This was our second year visiting the London Book Fair, hopefully next year we will be showing off our books. Even though we weren’t displaying our products this year, we did get to meet some wonderful people out there in the publishing world, including new potential authors.

If you are interested in the publishing industry or you are a new author, we do recommend checking out the London Book Fair. It is a great way to meet editors, publishers and agents. The London Book Fair holds numerous seminars on topics varying from how to get your story noticed to using technology in the publishing industry.

Anything else…

We have signed a couple of new authors whose stories are now working their way through the editorial process preparing them for our readers to enjoy.

Don’t forget April is Camp NaNoWriMo. We wish you all the best of luck!

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So, the 2019 writing competition has launched. This is our second competition and we are hoping that it’ll be as successful as the first one. Last time, we created a world and asked people to use their imagination to come up with the best story based from that world. We received many entries and had a difficult time deciding which stories we enjoyed the most.

This year, we want to get our readers interested in original folklores that have influenced many stories over the years. However, we don’t want to just republish old stories, that’s not going to help inspire our readers or terrify them as much as we would like!

No, the folklore retelling competition is to get people interested in the history of the magical worlds. Stories don’t focus on the forgotten tales that inspire most writers. We are hoping that this competition will influence writers to create new life into these old creatures and myths allowing for a new generation of readers to be influenced.