VoteForMyeBook.com – Jan13 Monthly Competition Winner & February Shortlist Now Live!

Congratulations to the January winner of our monthly VoteForMyeBook competition. The prize is a fantastic professional mini-critique by Cornerstones Literary Consultancy. Voted for by iWRR members, the winner this month is…drum roll please!

Without further ado, the winner is…

An Accidental Vampire by David Burton

Congratulations to David 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.

Check out this and other ebooks by David on his iWRR Profile.

His winning ebook will be the featured one on the iWRR homepage during the current month. David joins our previous winners – to discover who they are, click here.

Our February shortlisted VoteForMyeBook.com ebooks are now available for you to vote for. We have five varied ebooks for you to consider…check them out.

Remember: Next month your iWRR ebook could be one of them. Upload your stories to be in win a chance to be shortlisted.

Happy writing, reading and rating.

We have exciting plans for 2013. Register on our main site to keep informed. We’re here to support and delight both writers and readers! iWriteReadRate.com

The iWriteReadRate Team

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