Many thanks for your image to help with our Pinterest Competition.
The theme for the competition is 'Books Around the World" so we require photographs of you holding your book outside a locally known place or landmark... for example, a picture of your book placed on a bench outside the Leaning Tower of Piza or outside your library/book shop.
If you would like to re-enter your photo to fit in with the Books Around the World theme then we would be more than grateful!
We are looking for authors and readers alike to help make our Pinterest Competition happen!
All what you would have to do is send us a picture with the book you have written, the book you are reading, or your favourite book near a landmark or a known place and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Pinterest Competition’ as the subject. We will then pin this to our Pinterest board http://pinterest.com/unclebook/books-around-the-world/.
This should be really fun and a great way for you to get your book seen in a unique way!
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Welcome! I am fairly new to this site myself, but the people you will meet and the blogs you will see are truly amazing. Enjoy! If you ever need anything let me know, I'd be happy to share what I have learned. And, if you get the chance, I'd love it if you visited my blog at http://jenniferthompsonbooks.blogspot.com where I have revealed the winning cover for my book, The Scent of a Soul. Feel free to leave a comment, and let me know if you decide to follow by leaving me a message on this site with your link. I'd be happy to follow back. Have a great one.
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