LAST CHANCE: The winner of The Kiss Writing Contest will receive $500, an iPad mini, and the attention of NYT Best-selling author James Patterson. It’s free. It’s fast. It’s ending tonight.
CLICK TO GET STARTED. 

LAST CHANCE: The winner of The Kiss Writing Contest will receive $500, an iPad mini, and the attention of NYT Best-selling author James Patterson. It’s free. It’s fast. It’s ending tonight.

CLICK TO GET STARTED

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Forbidden love can be irresistible.
WRITING CONTEST: Write a story about a love that is disapproved of and you could win a copy of all of James Patterson’s teen books on a new iPad mini, $500 cash, publication on James Patterson’s YA website, and a Facebook shout-out from James himself. Enter now! (X)

Forbidden love can be irresistible.

WRITING CONTEST: Write a story about a love that is disapproved of and you could win a copy of all of James Patterson’s teen books on a new iPad mini, $500 cash, publication on James Patterson’s YA website, and a Facebook shout-out from James himself. Enter now! (X)

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Your Challenge: Write a story in which love is dangerous.
Lauren Oliver, author of the bestselling Delirium series—Delirium, Pandemonium, and the forthcoming Requiem (out March 2013)—will be reading all the entries and selecting one grand-prize winner.
The winner will receive a two-day trip to New York, where he or she will spend a day at the HarperTeen offices. But that’s not all! The grand-prize winner will also have the opportunity to write a column for Teen.com for one year—and his or her story will be published on Teen.com!(Click for full rules and to enter. )

Your Challenge: Write a story in which love is dangerous.

Lauren Oliver, author of the bestselling Delirium series—DeliriumPandemonium, and the forthcoming Requiem (out March 2013)—will be reading all the entries and selecting one grand-prize winner.

The winner will receive a two-day trip to New York, where he or she will spend a day at the HarperTeen offices. But that’s not all! The grand-prize winner will also have the opportunity to write a column for Teen.com for one year—and his or her story will be published on Teen.com!

(Click for full rules and to enter. )