Sunday, August 7, 2011
2nd Post of Sunday 7th August - The Contest.
I'm writing a few separate posts today as the subjects are completely different and I don't want my messages being lost by those of you who are in a hurry and want to get to my new serial (Optimistically hoping that some of you DO read the bloody thing!)
As my third post shows, I have actually written a book. As anyone who reads this blog with any regularity can tell, I'm constantly whining about getting topics of interest published here by others - but not exactly getting overwhelmed. So I thought I'd try a little competition - with (guess what?) a copy of my BOOK as a prize!
Here's what I propose;
Entrants shall write me an e-mail. In that e-mail or as an attachment should be a written description of some topic that should be of interest to transvestites or cross dressers. I really don't care about the subject matter and I have NO intention of editing what you write - I just won't publish anything I see as indecent. I absolutely LOVE compliments - but don't want them included - would probably be accused of cheating or favoritism. Any length okay - but I'll simply exclude great long diatribes. They should be submitted to me by the 17th August.
I'll collect them all and publish each with a separate post on the same day. I'll give it a week, then score the entries. An important point! I will not run the competition with only a few entries. I want at least eight. (Too damn expensive for me to mail the book if the visitor is not in the U.S.)
Scoring? 10 points for a comment - and please? Don't comment on your own entry. Then 1 point for an "Interesting" on the poll at the bottom of each post.
Like I said? PLEASE make it of interest to transvestites, TG, or cross dressers. And don't send me something and ask for my advice. I won't give it. But please do it - after all how shy can you be over a paragraph or two?
I'll need your mailing address - but only if you win. And just for your information? The Title is "A Walk on the Other Side" with "Three Stories by Bea" as text. The cover, I find suggestive - but could not be considered as being indicative of our kind of literature. I will also send it "Plain Wrap"
I think that covers everything then.