Wildwing: Time Travel Writing Contest Winners


In Wildwing by Emily Whitman, the main character goes on an adventure when a time machine takes her from early 20th century England to the 13th century! So for this writing contest, we wanted to know where YOU would travel in time and why.

Our first place winner is Jay Y., who will receive a signed copy of Wildwing. Here’s what Jay had to say:

I would love to travel to the future, about 50-100 years, anyplace in America to see the world, not as a dystopia or as a place where some science fiction technology has gone wrong as it is often portrayed in futuristic fiction, but to see it in its everyday form. Do teenagers still watch movies and hang out at the mall, albiet with some extra tech gear? Do they still live life and have fun as most do today? Or do they grow prematurely with the added responsibility of the ever-chainging world?

Our second place winner is Melissa W., who will receive a signed copy of Radiant Darkness by Emily Whitman. Here’s what Melissa had to say:

There are so many mysteries in history that I think it would be fun to go back in time and get an answer to one of those mysteries.  For me, I think that would involve going back visit the library of Alexandria.  There were so many valuable pieces of history that were lost when the library burned.  Pieces of the puzzle that could change the way we view history today.  It would be nice to be able to save a piece of that history and bring it back to study so that we might be able to unravel one more of history’s mysteries.

Congrats to both winners — and thanks to Emily Whitman for a great feature, and for providing signed copies of both her books for this contest!

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  1. I received my copy of Radiant Darkness in the mail yesterday and can’t tell you how excited I was to get it. Thank you so much for this opportunity. I love that book! 🙂

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