We've got some brilliant news for fans of Divergent! Entertainment One, Eason Bookstore and The Irish Daily Star have partnered to run a Divergent writing competition for Irish secondary school students.
- Submit a short story based on the topic of ‘What it means to be brave’
- The story should be between 500 - 1000 words in length
- Entrants must be in secondary school
- Submissions must emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 27th March at 5pm
- Entrant must provide their name, age, year, school and contact number with their entry
- The entries will be judged by a team of Eason senior staff and the Irish Daily Star.
- An overall winner will be chosen to receive €1000 worth of books from Eason Bookstore to fill their school library
- The overall winner will have their story published on www.easons.com
- The overall winner and a number of runners up will receive; exclusive Divergent merchandise, the Divergent film soundtrack and the complete book trilogy including Divergent, Insurgent and Allegiant by Veronica Roth as well as other exciting prizes
Terms and conditions apply, see www.easons.com. Closing date 5pm Thursday March 27th. The ‘Divergent’ trilogy is available at Eason bookstores nationwide.