The latest edition of the Readers Station Quarterly Newsletter is posted on the Readers Station website at http://www.readersstation.com/feb_2007.htm. We have an assortment of interesting news, destination descriptions, character interviews, new cover art and we have a new contest. The Readers Station - Name the Anthology contest is under way and everyone is invited to enter.
The tour guides of the Readers Station are hard at work compiling stories with travel elements along with a diverse group of non fiction pieces for your enjoyment. While we're working on the anthology, you're invited to help us pick a name for the book. All entries will be posted on the Readers Station website and you can enter through this email or you can post your entry on our My Space page - www.myspace.com/readersstation.
We've also added a twist. Once the entries are posted on the website, we will give you a chance to "stuff the ballot box". But, you cannot vote for yourself more than once. You need to convince friends, family or anyone else to come to the website and place a vote for your idea.
Your entry in the contest, gives us the right to use the title. In exchange, we are offering some interesting prizes for the person who comes up with the winning title. See http://www.readersstation.com/feb_2007.htm for full contest details. The deadline is February 28th for your entries and to generate votes for your idea.
Any question, feel free to let us know.
The Readers' Station Team
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