Vote in the Sweet Evil Contest!

It’s hard being Anna, the protagonist of Sweet Evil. She’s not so into the regular girl scene, seeing as she’s actually half fallen angel and feels a constant, near-irresistible urge to lead people into sin and temptation. But she’s managed to put up a pretty good show of normal so far–until, that is, she meets mega-hot, oh-so-tempting Kaidan Rowe . . . who’s definitely more than half bad.

Inspired by Anna’s struggle to resist her dark side, we invited you to write a story about a character who is tempted by something. The entry period is over, but you can still vote for your favorite contest entries until 5:00 p.m. ET on May 25, at which point the 10 most-hearted entries will be sent to Wendy Higgins herself, the author of Sweet Evil, for judging.

And the prizes? GLAD YOU ASKED–these bulked-up prize packs will keep you in reading material all summer long.

First place will receive a copy of Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins, a copy of Insurgent by Veronica Roth (if you read Divergent, you just squealed out loud), a copy of The Selection by Kiera Cass, a copy of Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock, a copy of Insignia by S.J. Kincaid (out in July), a copy of So Close to You by Rachel Carter (also out in July), and a copy of A Confusion of Princes by Garth Nix.

Second place will receive will receive a copy of Sweet Evil, a copy of The Selection, a copy of Hemlock, a copy of Insignia, a copy of So Close to You, and a copy of A Confusion of Princes.

Third place will receive a copy of Sweet Evil, a copy of Insignia, a copy of So Close to You, and a copy of Endlessly by Kiersten White (the third book in the Paranormalcy series–out in July).

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6 thoughts on “Vote in the Sweet Evil Contest!

  1. I really liked this prompt, but honestly the whole voting aspect seemed a little fixed. There should be some kind of limit on the hearts. The person with the most hearted story has almost 700. It all seems a bit ridiculous.

  2. i think judging on hearts is a little unfair because it depends on how many people read your story, not how good of a writier you are. Yeah i know they have to deal with each other but there are probably alot of really good undiscovered authors that will never be discovered because no one reads them. It think that whoever holds the contest should read them all and decide on their favorite, not just go with who has the most votes. But thats not the way it works so….

    If you could read my entry for this contest, All That Remains, it would be greatly appriciated!

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