My Book Review Talents are Award-Winning, according to weRead

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Last week, I wrote a review of Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights.  As usual, I posted it both on weRead (via Facebook) and on Smell the Ink @Wordpress.  A few days later, I received an e-mail from weRead via Facebook that I had won a prize, awarded for the best weRead review each day.  They called my review passionate – now how about that!

Daily winners receive at $25 credit at Lulu.com, an online bookseller that specializes in self-publishing, and sells amazon-type volumes as well.  Happily, I received my credit code and have started to browse Lulu’s expansive stocks.

If anyone is on the fence about writing reviews on weRead, I say give it a try.  There’s a prize every day, and a $50 prize for any user who writes the most reviews in a week.  Take a look at recent winners on the weRead Blog.  Either way, take a look at weRead (I use it through Facebook) and Flickr Flixster (also through Facebook); they’re a good way to keep on top of media you want to get your hands on.  Happy Reading!

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4 responses to “My Book Review Talents are Award-Winning, according to weRead

  1. Wow, that’s wonderful, Christine!

    I’m hoping to get into more blogging, and focus on fashion and music. Maybe a bit of movies and books (though I would need to read more hehe). And of course, just whatever random thoughts come out of my head, in whatever poetic or prose form they end up in. 😀

  2. Thanks Jaclyn. I didn’t even know there was a contest until after I won it for the day.

    Good luck in your future web logging adventures.

  3. Wow! Congratulations Christine!! I better get to it and read Wuthering Heights so that I could read read your brilliant review 😀

  4. Thanks, Esther. It really wasn’t brilliant – it was just my slightly-witty/slightly-sophomoric output. But thanks.

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