Attention Readers We Need Your Help! – “Tell Us Your Elven Story” Reader’s Choice Award

by darkjade68

Reader's ChoiceAttention Readers We Need Your Help! “Tell Us Your Elven Story” Reader’s Choice Award

There are different ways that I determine the Winner of the Reader’s Choice Award

One of the ways is to CLICK THOSE “LIKE” BUTTONS!

Comments Are Also Considered

Now be fair, don’t go Creating Accounts just so you can Click “Like” for your own multiple times, lol (I.P. Addresses will give you away, lol)

“Likes” From People with Their Own Blogs will weigh heavier in my decision as well

But, I do recommend you telling your Followers to come check out all of the Entries which are Below

Entry #1

Entry #2

Entry #3

Entry #4

Entry #5

Entry #6

Entry #7

Entry #8

Entry #9

Entry #10

FEELING BLOODTHIRSTY READERS?? WANT TO BE INVOLVED IN THE WRITING CONTEST IN YOUR OWN SPECIAL WAY!! GET READING/CLICKING/COMMENTING!!

That is all

DJ-

*The Other Four Categories, “Most Magical”, “Most Imaginative”, “Best Character” and “Best Overall Story” will be Determined by our 6 Judges

ALL RESULTS WILL BE POSTED ON APRIL 11TH, 2014

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11 Responses to “Attention Readers We Need Your Help! – “Tell Us Your Elven Story” Reader’s Choice Award”

  1. Yet another moral dilemma . . . I don’t like asking followers to vote because I can’t be sure they will not be swayed by my winning personality. .

    If I could be sure they would vote impartially, I would not be in such a quandary . . . decisions, decisions.

    And, of course, I can’t vote myself . . . it’s a poser, alright.

    • I’m just trying to generate some fun and Reader Involvement with the
      Reader’s Choice Award… Just tell them to check out the Entries including yours… Don’t worry about whether they Vote for you… Just want to get Readers Involved, and to the site so they can check out the work… Your Conscience is clear, I knew the risk when I decided to do it this way DJ-

  2. Reblogged this on JD Miller – Lady of Kaos and commented:
    Readers come vote for your favorite!

  3. Tweeted this, which also is linked to facebook and linkedin etc.. 😉 good luck to all..

  4. Reblogged this on Colonialist's Blog and commented:
    Do check out some of this truly imaginative writing, and feel free to indicate which ones you like. I mention, purely out of academic interest, that my ‘Wreyges’ is at number 6. Distinguished by brevity, but rhyme, and a story within a story giving the essence of a history crucial to the outcome of a novel.

  5. Reblogged this on What's more awesome? and commented:
    Any Readers out there? 🙂

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