New Delhi, India – November 19, 2021 – Leading self-publishing online platform, BookLeaf Publishing, is pleased to announce that it will soon be launching its upcoming Writeathon 21 Days Challenge in the last quarter of November. Interestingly, the upcoming Writeathon edition comes with a special twist this time- for the first time ever, the 21 Days Challenge will be awarding a tributary limited edition “The 21st Century Emily Dickinson Award” to all participants.
The Writeathon Writing Challenge will begin from November 21, 2021, and will conclude on December 11, 2021. The registration process has already started and the last day of registration for the challenge is November 20, 2021. There is a one-time fee which participants have to pay during the registration process.
As part of the challenge, participants will have to submit a poem each day for 21 days. Participants can even submit their old poems- the only clause is, there should be a different poem each day throughout the challenge. In regard to the theme, participants can choose any theme they wish to. They can also choose different themes for different days.
Participants can send the poems in any of the three languages – English, Hindi, and French.
“We are excited to share with you all that we are soon to come up with our November Writeathon 21 Days Challenge in the last quarter of the month. Cool part is, our monthly challenge will be hosted with a special twist this time- we are pleased to reveal that this time, all our participants will be awarded with our limited edition ‘The 21st Century Emily Dickinson Award’ trophy, in honor of their participation and accomplishment. The trophy will be shipped to each participant once s/he completes the challenge. This exclusive trophy will certainly stand out as one of the brightest honors among all your achievements”, stated the spokesperson from BookLeaf Publishing.
Akin to previous challenges, this time too, participants will receive Certificate of Participation, signed by one of the published authors of BookLeaf Publishing.
“We have 50 slots for the challenge and we can accommodate a total of 50 writers. Out of those, we will publish the poems of top 30 writers in a full-fledged book that will be available in both paperback and ebook formats. The top 30 writers will be selected by our expert panel, spearheaded by Muskaan Jain, the Editorial Head and Columnist of BookLeaf Publishing. We assure a completely impartial and thorough selection process where our jury experts will personally read each and every poem submitted before coming to the final decision. We will also assist the participants with the promotion of the book.”
BookLeaf Publishing will help with the interior layout and design of the book. Participants can also offer their own choice of design for the book cover. Upon release, the book will be sold as well as distributed by leading online platforms like Kindle, Amazon, Kobo Books, Apple iBooks, and Barnes&Noble.
“The writer will own complete ownership of the book and will receive a royalty 100% of the equivalent of the profit earned from the sale of the book.”
For more information, please visit https://www.bookleafpub.com/writeathon-us.