Subscription Referral Prizes

The subscription referral prize is a way for authors to get free feedback and help NiTH at the same time.

For every new Patreon Subscriber you refer, you’ll receive Feedback Rewards on 5000 words of original manuscript. So everytime you convince, cajole, coordinate, coax or command a friend to sign up to our Patreon or PayPal campaign, I’ll give out the equivalent of a writing contest win, only this time it’s on the house.

Also, if you bring in 10 subscribers, we’ll throw in an extra 10k. That’s feedback on 60 000 words, or the ‘average length’ of a novel!

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So there you go, you won’t need to win a dozen contests to get that manuscript read and edited after all 🙂

All told that kind of service would probably set you back $300 – $1000, so it’s a pretty sweet deal, and scoring a couple of free novellas & supporting a cool website for a couple of cups of coffee every month is also pretty neat.

How Do I Claim My Free Stuff??!!

Once you’ve convinced someone(s) to sign up, just let us know, and we’ll send you out an awesome certificate made using our state of the art certificate maker. There’s no expiry date, so just cash it in when you’re ready. A complete novel read and edit can take up to 2 weeks, but we’ll give you a timeframe at time of submission.

What Else Do I Need To Know?

That’s it really. You’re awesome 😉

Thanks for taking the time to read. Don’t forget there’s plenty of new comps coming up, and a new shortlist every week!

Got Questions?

Drop us a line at Needleinthehaywritingcomp (@) gmail.com or use the social links at the bottom of the page.

Looking for more services?

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2 thoughts on “Subscription Referral Prizes

  1. Splendid idea!

    But on second thoughts how can I convince you that it was really me that brought you a particular subscriber? Say, I spread the word around in the local community. There would be people who subscribe for your campaign without informing me. How do you identify which is which?

    1. I trust you to be honest. As for the second part, if that’s something your planning to do, drop me a line and we can talk about strategy.

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