Winner of Our First VoteForMyeBook Competition – August 2012

Congratulations to the first winner of our monthly VoteForMyeBook competition. In case you missed it when we originally launched this competition, the prize is a fantastic mini-critique by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Continue reading to find out who won last month…drum roll please!

Traum by Martin Hyde

Traum is a horror short story ebook.

Being discharged from a mental hospital following suicide attempts after the loss of her only son, Zaria Martin goes with her husband for a getaway weekend. Not only does the hotel bring back terrifying memories but a familiar child is haunting Zaria’s dreams. Is ‘there something wrong with this place’ or is she slipping from sanity again?

In addition we’ve made Traum the Spotlight ebook on the main iWriteReadRate homepage for the time being. Once the professional feedback has been completed, Martin will be invited to write a blog post about the tips and advice he received to share with you all.

Congratulations to Martin and we hope that he will find the critique helpful to support his writing journey, and continue to inspire his creativity and dedication for literature.

We’ll be announcing the September shortlisted VoteForMyeBook.com nominees for you to vote for shortly. Your ebook could be one of them.

Happy writing, reading and rating.

The iWriteReadRate Team

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