Freewrite Family Media Contest

December 23, 2021 | 1 min read
The Freewrite Team loved showcasing your beautiful photos in last year’s photo contest, so this year we’re bringing the competition back with a special theme.

MEDIA CONTEST:“Freewrite Family”

The beauty of being a writer is you can be on your own without being lonely. Over the holidays, whether you're traveling or relaxing at home, take a pic of yourself spending quality time with your Freewrite device or a 30-second video reviewing your device.

Bonus points if you've got a writing buddy! We’ll show you off to Freewrite Family members around the world.

Until the end of 2021, enter by using#freewritefamily and tagging us @getfreewrite. Make sure to include your location and caption.

(If you would like to enter a past photo, please tag us in a comment on that post. If you don’t have social media, you may email us at

For inspiration, check out our official 2020 photo collection:

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