Competition: Win a Writing Maps Gift Pack

mapsWriting Maps think that good writing should be encouraged, shared and published.

Devised by writer and creative writing tutor, Shaun Levin alongside a wide range of designers and illustrators, Writing Maps are full of inspiration for writers. Each map contains at least 12 writing prompts and each map is beautifully illustrated. Maps available include; The Character Map, Writing People (for crowded places,) and My Writing Life.

Thanks to Shaun, we have a wonderful chance for someone to win this lovely little gift pack. It contains the City of Inspiration Writing Map (I have it and it’s fantastic and so helpful,) a notebook, a pen and a postcard with an additional prompt. It’s perfect for any writer or will be great as a Christmas present for any writer. They really are useful in helping the creative process.

How to enter:

We have ONE gift pack containing a map, pen, notebook and postcard to give away. All you have to do to enter is comment on this post by the closing date which is 23.59 on Sunday 30th November 2014. The winner will then be picked at random from the entrants and announced on the Novel Kicks blog on Monday 1st December 2014 and will also be notified by e-mail (don’t worry, that is safe with us.)

Just a couple of things…be sure to check back on Novel Kicks on Monday 1st December 2014 for the winner announcement and if you’ve won, don’t forget to check your spam and junk folder. Please note, the winner will need to respond within seven days of being notified or another winner will be chosen.

I always try to get prizes to you as soon as I can but please allow up to 14 days for delivery (as it’s Christmas, Royal Mail will be busy.)


If you would like to find out more about Writing Maps, visit their website at They are offering a 30% discount on their Writing Maps box set until the end of November.

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Novel Kicks was founded in 2009 and is run by Laura who is currently living in Hampshire, and lives with husband, Chris and her cat, Buddy. She would love to be a writer. She’s trying to write the novel she thinks so much about. She’s loved reading and writing since ‘Creative Writing’ classes in primary school. When not trying to write the novel or writing snippets of stories on anything she can get her hands on, she loves reading, dancing like a loon, and watching Project Runway and Ugly Betty (her two TV guilty pleasures.) She also has an obsession with chocolate and Jammie Dodgers.

6 Responses to Competition: Win a Writing Maps Gift Pack

  • Jason Caldwell's Wife! says:

    My name is Lynn, although reading Louise’s reply, I hope the J is a good omen, although I share Louise’s initial so…who knows! 🙂

    This sounds like such a brilliant and unusual project! I’m fond of all things cartography but haven’t seen a good contemporary example – and not one with so much scope for creativity!

    I love getting lost in cities. We (our little family) recently stayed in York and were in love with the little alleys, the architecture and living history (and the cafe’s!). If I had had one of these maps might have prompted me to write – inspiration is difficult when you have two children tagging along with aching legs!

    Great Prize!

  • Louise says:

    My name doesn’t start with ‘J’ 🙂 Thank you for such a generous giveaway – it will make a perfect Christmas present: from me to . . .me! I have used these maps before, at a retreat run by the brilliant Charlie, and I know they work. Thank you for the chance to win!

  • Julie Mcfarland says:

    I love the sound of the writing map pack, it sounds really inspiring. And a notebook and pen. Sounds perfect to writers and stationary fans!!

  • Juliet says:

    A map to show us the way with words – wow! Great idea for planning that novel that remains a traffic jam in our heads. An ideal writer’s gift for the coming season.

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