* Congratulations, Rosie, on achieving a coveted place in Undiscovered Voices 2012! and welcome to tall tales & short stories.
The floor is yours, please tell us all about yourself, your writing journey and anything else you'd like to add.
I'm a 28 year old from London and I work in the publishing industry - as an editor at the very Working Partners Ltd that sponsors the anthology. I've worked as a freelance writer for them too, one action adventure middle grade series and one standalone YA fantasy novel.
I tweet quite a bit as @opportunemoment and I'm a huge nerd for comics, genre fiction of all kinds and choral singing.
* Could you tell our readers all about your winning entry and why they are going to love it!
Skulk is a YA fantasy/horror. The first chapter sees a teenage girl, Meg, going out in the middle of the night to graffiti the walls of her school - but the plot takes a magical twist when a dying fox shapeshifts into a man right in front of her.
I hope that readers are going to love the turn into the weird, and the way that the fantasy elements mingle with reality. I hope that they're going to faint at the horror bits, cringe at the embarrassing bits, and swoon when Meg finally meets a boy worth the time of day.
...WIN a copy of Undiscovered Voices, by Working Partners & SCWBI-BI.
Your chance to read all the selected excerpts, see the fabulous illustrations
and read what the judges had to say!
WE HAVE TWO COPIES TO GIVE AWAY!
It’s easy to enter -- Here's what to do!
• Leave a comment on the blog; say hi, leave your name and tell us if you'd like to be entered for the draw.
If you want to leave your email address that's great, if not, we'll be announcing the winners after midday on the 1st March, UK time. So make sure to check in here and on twitter.
All entries go into a hat and TWO winners will be chosen at random.
Sorry, but this competition is open to UK entrants only.
Midnight 29th February 2012, UK time.