Stop Press: British Thyroid Foundation Crime Writing Competition Update

Remember the earlier post about the competition being run by the British Thyroid Foundation to win Theakstons Crime Writing Festival tickets?  Well, the BTF have been in touch to say they are delighted to announce that the Cairn Hotel has offered one night’s accommodation, breakfast and evening meal to add to their prize package of the two VIP tickets to the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Launch Party.

You have until 30 June to enter. (And it’s postal, so allow for Royal Mail time.)

The judges are Eileen Robertson, author of Miss Maguire is Missing and Blackmail for Beginners; Gill Knox, a novelist based in Harrogate and author of The Legacy of Talents; and Neil Harrison, co-producer of feature film The Spell and author of Chosen.