It’s the last day of the Grammarly #WhatIWrite Contest!
Have you written a wonderful sentence that you’d like to share?
Grammarly is joining The New York Times Learning Network, National Council of Teachers for English, National Writing Project and other literary-minded organizations in spreading the word about the #WhatIWrite Tweet-up that took place yesterday (Friday, October 19) and today (Saturday, October 20).
#WhatIWrite encourages writers to share excerpts from their writing via Twitter. Participants who include the hashtag #GrammarlyEdits with any of their tweets will be entered into a drawing to win a free one-year subscription to Grammarly’s online application valued at $139.95. You may also tell your friends about the contest on Twitter for a second chance in the drawing.
Click here to learn more about the #GrammarlyEdits #WhatIWrite contest.
Terms and conditions: Official Rules #GrammarlyEdits #WhatIWrite Contest