Spotlight: 2017 Authors Talk About it Book Contest

ataiAttention all writers, would-be writers and old-time writers…. Are you looking for recognition/credibility for your work? The Authors Talk About it Book Award Contest (henceforth referred to as ATAI) is just the thing you need! A little bit about the contest:

The ATAI Book Award Contest is a great opportunity for authors (both published and unpublished) who are looking for recognition for their work. Basically you submit a book to be read and critiqued by a team of professionals and the best book is crowned the best and prizes are given accordingly (for more details on this visit the official website).

First things first if you want to enter; you have to be 18 years old and above. And the book entry fee is $35 (a small price to pay for fame and glory is it not 😉😉😉?!)

Entering the contest automatically grants you a 250-350 word critique review by the ATAI team to use however you like. A 3-5 star worthy book earns you promotion across all social media owned by the ATAI team with a combined following of 40, 000 and the actual contest website!

What if you win? Well, the grand-prize winner gets their work promoted across social media platforms owned by the ATAI team and so much more which is listed on the official website)

Thinking of entering? There are plenty of categories to enter your book under and each of these category entries are judged. The first place winners of each category get some pretty amazing deals that can be found on the contest page. Even the finalists are rewarded so it’s sweet deals all around…

ataiThe deadline for submissions is September 30th, 2017 so there is still quite a bit of time to get your work in order  and submit it!

There is really so much more to this contest so visit the official website [here] to get more in depth information! You can also check out the contests’ facebook page to answer questions you might have…


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The Girl on the Train Movie Adaptation | Lets Review

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