Welcome to our 2nd Where Brave Writers Write Giveaway
This year the prize is a FREE copy of the brand new FALTERING OWNERSHIP!
(or a gift certificate for an equivalent amount)
We want to see your kids writing–on the couch, at the table (under the table!), on the porch, in the car, at a desk, on the beach. Anywhere writing happens. Share your photo and enter to win!
STARTS May 18 and ENDS May 31, 2015 at midnight EDT.
ONE PHOTO per family, please.
EMAIL your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your first name. Also, put “2015 WBWW Giveaway” as the subject title.
Please note: All submissions fall under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0, which gives Brave Writer the freedom to publish the images on our blog, other social media sites, and in BW materials. We may not be able to feature all photos if the volume is too high, but all entries will be eligible for the prize. Brave Writer employees may not enter.
A DRAWING will be held on June 1st and ONE entry will be randomly chosen and the winner will receive a digital copy of Faltering Ownership or a gift certificate for an equivalent amount (for Brave Writer digital products only):
Watch your emerging writers take more and more responsibility for their writing with our 12 month-long writing projects found in this amazing program! You’ll guide and coach your middlers in writing forms that facilitate growth in skills like summary, reporting, citing sources, letter writing, book reviewing, and interviewing. At the same time, you’ll help your kids emotionally invest in their work by appealing to their creativity, personal passions, and expanding curiosity!
Geared toward 11-12 year olds. Can be used for younger or older kids, depending on their stage of growth.
So, send us your photos and enter to win!
Want to increase your chances?
Share the giveaway on your blog or one of your social media sites like Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. (#wbww), let us know by commenting here or mentioning it when you email your photo, and your one entry will count twice!
Image of girl writing by Brave Writer mom, Lucinda (text added)