Thursday, December 1, 2016

0 Red Light/Green Light Final Winner!

After a number of weeks, it is my great pleasure to announce the final winner of Red Light/Green Light. We had some brilliant entries, and I sincerely hope you all go on to query your work--we've loved the opportunity to read your words, which show a great deal of promise.

Our winner is...

by Kelly Barina

Seventeen-year-old Vael meets his long-lost brother, Mordred, for the first time, only to discover that they’re destined to become enemies.

After years with only swords and tomes as companions, Prince Vael finds his first true friendship with the arrival of his surly half-brother, Mordred—a boy even more familiar with rejection and loneliness than Vael. However, an ancient prophecy haunts Mordred’s footsteps―he is destined to kill their father, King Arthur, in a battle that will destroy Britain. Vael may not believe in fate’s power, but that means little to the superstitious kingdom that wants his older brother dead.

When Mordred’s sorceress mother builds an army against Camelot and plots to use him as her pawn, Vael vows to show Mordred that destinies can be chosen, even if it means challenging the fearsome sorceress himself. If Vael cannot free Mordred from the sorceress’ twisted grasp, he will have to watch his father and Camelot fall or kill the only friend he’s ever had—his brother.


Congratulations, Kelly! Our judging agent, Marisa Corvisiero, has requested that you send in your full manuscript. We'll be in touch shortly with submission instructions!

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