Immortal Rules Contest Winners!

Allison Sekemoto, the tormented protagonist of Julie Kagawa’s The Immortal Rules, hated the vampires that controlled her world. But then she turned into one. Inspired by Allison’s struggles, we challenged you to write a story about someone fighting against his or her own nature. You wrote, voted, and we sent the ten finalists to Julie Kagawa herself for judging. And the winners are in!

Read through the winning stories, and congratulate your fellow Figs on mastering internal struggle.

The winners are . . .

First Place:
Medusa Will by PaigeD

Julie says: “Fascinating look into the mind and point of view of Medusa. Normally, she is portrayed as this evil, monstrous creature, when in reality, she WAS cursed by Athena. It was very interesting to see things through her eyes, feel her regret about having to kill, even though she couldn’t help it. I’d love to read a whole book about her, actually.”

Way to go, PaigeD! You will get to chat with Julie Kagawa for half an hour about her series, the writing process, and the publishing experience. You will also receive a signed copy of The Immortal Rules, copies of the entire Iron Fey series (The Iron King, The Iron Daughter, The Iron Queen, and The Iron Knight), and an Immortal Rules sweatshirt.

Second Place:
Beautiful Monster by Madison Walker

Congratulations, Madison! You will receive a signed copy of The Immortal Rules, Pushing the Limits by Katie Mcgarry, copies of the entire Iron Fey series (The Iron KingThe Iron DaughterThe Iron Queenand The Iron Knight), and an Immortal Rules sweatshirt.

Third Place:

Ushupavu by OvercomingDyslexia

Bravo! You will receive a signed copy of The Immortal Rules, copies of the entire Iron Fey series (The Iron KingThe Iron DaughterThe Iron Queenand The Iron Knight), and an Immortal Rules sweatshirt.

Congratulations to all of the winners, and thanks to everyone who participated!

5 thoughts on “Immortal Rules Contest Winners!

  1. Wooohooo congrats PaigeD & OvercomingDyslexia!! I’m so excited, especially since today is my 21st birthday!! Best present ever! 😀

  2. So I looked back on the list of prizes, and I wanted to let the Figment team know that I never received a copy of “Pushing the Limits”. Who do I need to talk to abou this?

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