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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Only Three Days Left to Sign Up to Win These Awesome Prizes

SHOW ME HOW KINDLE Cover 01Want to win? Sign up here! Who's giving away what? Sign up here!

Guest bloggers:

Vivian Kirkfield, author of Show Me How! Build Your Child's Self-Esteem Through Reading, Crafting, and Cooking.

Heather Ayris Burnell, author of picture book, Bedtime Monster, and founder of Sub-it-Club.

Week ONE prizes: 

  1. Picture e-book by Romelle Guittap, author of 4 picture books.
  2. Critique by Amy Dixon, author of Marathon Mouse.
Week TWO prizes:
  1. A critique by nonfiction picture book author, Kristen Fulton.
  2. An invite to submit one of your mss to Laura Whitaker, editor at Bloomsbury for Kids. 
GRAND PRIZE:
  • An awesome PB 14:14 wall calendar
  • A PB manuscript critique by my agent, Jodell Sadler
  • The book, How to Promote Your Children's Book, by Katie Davis
  • Free tuition to Kristen Fulton's Nonfiction Archaeology class
Remember, two winners for week 1. Just blog 5 out of 7 of the days. Same for week 2. Grand prize eligibility, blog for 5 out of 7 days for both weeks to be eligible. 14 out of 14 gets you two extra entries. Want to win? Sign up here!

Hope to see you there! Only three days left to sign up. Share with your friends. And keep on keepin' on... Sign up here!

5 comments:

  1. It's a great challenge. I'm signed up and already have my first blog ready...found a great book with CONFLICT as a major story element. It will post on Feb 14 I hope with many others! Join in!

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    1. Awesome, Damon! I think I'm going to be very busy this weekend!

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  2. I see we are supposed to include word count on the books we review. But I'm having trouble finding that. Where should I look? Maybe I'm missing something!

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    1. Lindsay,
      I use the Accelerated Reader website...here's a link:

      http://www.renaissance.com/store/quiz_home.asp?c=1

      Just key in the title or author (chose which to search) and it will bring up a screen on MOST books you find, and tell word count and AR reading level.

      Hope this helps.

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