Hearts, Roses and Tears: A BookRix User Contest



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We celebrated the month of August as National Romance Month. It has since come to an end, however our user contest ‘Hearts, Roses and Tears’ is still going strong and we’d love to see your participate before it comes to a close on September 9th. So how about it? Do you feel the love?
Whether it’s dark, bad, or scary, the plot is yours! We all love a  good romance that pulls at our heart strings, so pull away! We want stories that make us reach for a box of Kleenex or stories that make us search for that special someone. Write us a story about Romance! Any kind of romance; whether it made you happy, sad or indifferent, let us feel it with your words in any genre you choose.

The contest will run from Aug 27-Sept 9, 2012, 11:59pm EST, in the African American Speculative Fiction Group.

1st place: A Feature on Ripples’ Blog
2nd place: Experienced Editing of one Book
3rd place: One Professional looking Book Cover

Guidelines
*This contest will run from Aug 27 – Sept. 9, 2012, 11:59 pm EST in African American Speculative Fiction Group
*Be sure your story has a cover and is in book form.
*Your story must be complete and there is a recommended word count of 1,500
*You can enter up to 3 times, but the story must have a creation date of July 1, 2012 or later.
*Entries should be placed in the African American Speculative Fiction group, in the contest thread, beginning on Aug. 27th.
*Everyone is welcome to enter this contest.
* Voting will begin on Sept 10 2012. There will be a three judge panel that will decide the winner.

If there are any question, please send a private message to Ripples.



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