‘Letters to Your Younger Self’ Anthology Submissions!

Have you ever wished you could go back in time and advise a younger version of yourself? Your chance is now! We are introducing the “Letters to your Younger Self” anthology in collaboration with The Bookoholics in order to encourage and uplift readers from all walks of life through your letters. We want YOU to be a part of our anthology.
In this anthology, we’re collecting heartfelt letters from individuals who want to share their wisdom, reflections, and experiences. It’s a unique opportunity to offer guidance, support, and encouragement to others who may be facing similar challenges or uncertainties. The effectiveness of the anthology lies in its ability to resonate with readers and provide them with insights and inspiration. By sharing personal stories and lessons learned, the authors create a sense of connection and empathy with the reader, reminding them that they are not alone in their struggles and that there is hope for a brighter future.

Letters to Your Younger Self

Terms and Conditions:
1) We accept submissions from anywhere in the world. The last date of submission is 15th August 2023. There is no participation fees.
2) There is a word limit of 500 words.
3) The letter should be original and unpublished. You must not have submitted it anywhere else. However, we don’t consider writings on your personal blog as published.
4) Paper Towns will undertake Editing, Cover design, Inlay design, E-Book creation, Paperback printing, as well as distribution.
5) The board will select entries based on the writing and originality.
6) You can send in multiple entries. No participation fees.
7) If your letter is shortlisted, our team will reach out to you to work out further details.
8) On acceptance, we may ask you to work with us on minor editorial changes.
9) All final contributing poets will get an author’s copy, certificate, and editorial support. These copies can only be shipped to Indian addresses. The winners are expected to contribute Rs 699 each for the project. The funds will be used to print & publish the book, distribution, marketing, and other related tasks.
10) Winners will be selected solely on the discretion of the publishing company, Paper Towns.
11) Deciding the selling price and MRP of the book will be the responsibility of and at the discretion of Paper Towns.
12) The profits through sale of book (if any) will be donated to underprivileged children as books and educational resources.