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BY Julia Thum | 0 Comment(s)

I'm excited to bring you two competitions courtesy of Lexi Rees, author of Eternal Seas reviewed this week on the Bookshelf.  Lexi is offering Amazon vouchers and the exciting opportunity to see your illustrations published in her next book. Both competitions are easy to enter.

Good luck, and remember to let me know how you get on!

Win A £10 Amazon Gift Voucher

(UK only).


Share a photo of you with Eternal Seas (paperback or ebook) on Twitter or Instagram

Tag @lexi_rees (Twitter) or lexi.rees (Instagram) and #EternalSeas

Closing date 30th November 2018

UK only

Winners will be drawn randomly

 See Your Illustrations In Print!


Six lucky winners will have their illustrations printed in the sequel to Eternal Seas

Winners and runners up will also have their drawings featured on and on social media

Drawings must be in black and white, and can be in any of the following categories:-

Aria flying up in the sky.

A cat.

Mountain ponies.

A snow eagle.

A  demon-goddess

A sailing boat

Finn and/or Aria

Rules & Regulations

Competitions are open to children aged 13 or under. You can enter as many categories as you like. Winners will be chosen by Lexi Rees. Children’s name and age will be published together with their illustration. Parents/ guardians must confirm they are happy with this when they enter. Other information (e.g email address) will not be shared. No purchase necessary. Closing date 31/1/19. Entries must be scanned or photographed in high resolution and emailed to The winners may need to post originals if the images are not high enough quality for printing. Postage costs will be covered in this case. Full entry details can be found on



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