It’s the return of Draw It Out, my silly drawing challenge for this weekend’s reverse readathon. When you need a little break from reading, get drawing! Please draw me a scene or character from your current read (or any other book you’re reading during the readathon).
You can get simple drawing apps for your tablet or smartphone, or use whatever software’s on your computer. Draw on paper and take a photo. Use whatever is nearby, even if it’s snack-based! It doesn’t have to be a masterpiece, stick figures are encouraged! Please note, I will need to see your picture if you want to enter to win a book BUT you can just join in for fun.
Of course, there’s a prize attached. Complete the challenge and you can enter to win a book of your choice up to a maximum value of £15 (on Wordery). You must be a readathon participant to enter.
To enter, can I please ask that you fill in this google form, just to help me keep track of your entries.
The challenge runs until the end of the reverse readathon and I will pick a winner at random on Sunday. Note, if Wordery doesn’t deliver to your country I will attempt to find an alternative prize.
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