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Single Young Writer Membership for one user

So What Will You Get

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The chance to be a published author

Each month, ScribblerZone members can submit a story to our Storytelling Superstar competition. The winner will be voted for by the other members and will be published in an anthology that they can share with their family and friends.

Monthly Masterclasses

Every month we teach you skills to take youfrom an  enthusiastic writer to being a publishable author. The masterclasses form a library of resources you can access at any time. 

Learn from real authors

Regular question and answer sessions with award winning authors Tonya Meers and Natasha Dennis as well as other published authors so that you'll learn from the experts. 

Writing Critiques

Get up to 3 critiques a year to make your writing the best it can be. Ideal if you are looking to publish or enter a competition

Never be stuck for inspiration

We'll post regular writing activities  and weekly story starters for both fiction and non fiction so that you'll never run out of scribbling inspiration and we guarantee to get your creative juices flowing. 

Publish Your Own Book

Every author would love to hold a copy of their own book in their hands. So we have teamed up with Saronti to give you the complete publishing process for young writers

Talk to others and share ideas

All our young scribbler members can share ideas and help solve each other's writing problems in our  PenPals section so that you can escape the isolation of writing alone and be inspired by your fellow young writers .

Go behind the scenes of the publishing industry

There will be interviews with other authors, literary agents and publishers so that you can learn from the experts and find out what goes on in the literary world.

Help Children Across the World Access Literacy

Part of your subscription to ScribblerZone goes to the World Literacy Foundation to help support their projects. The Foundation believes that everyone, particularly those in the poorest countries of the world, should have the same education opportunities we take for granted in the developed world. Higher literacy levels enable people to overcome the barriers of poverty, disease and allow them to engage in employment which leads to future opportunities.

Currently, there is a lack of literacy skills amongst 776 million people globally. One of their projects in Africa is called Sun Books where they provide tablets that are charged by solar power with an app so children can read books in English and their local language.
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