A Major New Contest … Starring James Patterson!

kiss witch and wizard book coverOh—oh hello! We didn’t see you there. We were too busy reading every single one of James Patterson’s teen novels on our iPad mini while rolling around on $500 cash. You want to be reading every single one of James Patterson’s teen novels on your iPad mini while rolling around on $500 cash, too?

Done.

We’ve just launched a new contest inspired by The Kiss, the latest entry in the #1 best-selling Witch & Wizard series by James Patterson and Jill Dembowski. The prizes? A 16GB iPad mini loaded with James Patterson’s YA collection (four Witch & Wizard books, eight Maximum Ride books, and the first in his new series, Confessions of a Murder Suspect) and $500 cash.

Want to enter? Click here to visit the official contest pageJames Patterson author

34 thoughts on “A Major New Contest … Starring James Patterson!

    • Each contest requires an original story. You may not enter one story into two contests. Please refer to the official rules for entry requirements.

    • All characters you use must be your creative property or public domain. Please refer to the official rules for all entry requirements.

  1. Do people have to know about it and dissaprove? Or can the characters hide their relationship, due to the dissaproval they know will happen?

    • Hey! Make sure that:

      It is published (not saved as a draft).
      It is tagged correctly (check the official rules).
      It was created on Figment after the announcement of the contest (if you didn’t hit “create new story” after the announcement of the contest, it’s not a valid entry).

      If all these are correct, you’re entered!

  2. I’ve entered my piece (‘Lyon and Lamm’) but it’s been over six hours and still not showing in the viewing tab. Is it just taking awhile with so many people uploading stuff?

    Thanks for your time in answering.

    • Hey! Make sure that:

      It is published (not saved as a draft).
      It is tagged correctly (check the official rules).
      It was created on Figment after the announcement of the contest (if you didn’t hit “create new story” after the announcement of the contest, it’s not a valid entry).

      If all these are correct, hold on! Your entry will appear.

  3. So I looked at the official, official rules and it’s kinda unclear.
    If the picture I use for a cover was taken off of google images and may or may not infringe on copyright policy, does that count for the copyright thing mentioned in the rules or is it just the content of the story–the written part? I’m just a little confused on that and I’d like to make a cool cover, but I need to know that I can use the one I found off of google because it is unknown as to whether it’s copyrighted or not.

    • The contest does not take into account your cover, but the Figment terms of service say you can only upload text and images that are public domain, that you have the copyright for, or for which the copyright owner has given you explicit permission.

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