eBookMall gives away new Sony eReaders to winners of their ongoing eBook review writing contest.
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eBookMall.com is pleased to announce the newest results of their book review writing contest. The winner wrote a charming review of Anne of Green Gables, a free eBook at eBookMall.com.
The winner of the contest, Anne Oeldorf-Hirsch of Savannah, Georgia, said, "I was so surprised when I found out that I had won. This must have been the first time I've won anything like this. I am an avid reader and have been wanting an e-reader for a long time, and now I have one just for writing a review of one of my all-time favorite books."
eBookMall is hosting an ongoing eBook review writing contest and will choose a new winner at random every two months. Entering the contest is free and easy. Everyone who writes an eBook review on eBookMall.com is automatically entered to win a new Sony Reader WiFi device. The overwhelming amount of responses to this contest illustrates how popular e-reading has become.
"We're really excited to be sending this prize to Anne. The Sony Reader WiFi is a stylish eReader and I know she will get a lot of great use out of it," said Bonnie Martin, manager of customer service at eBookMall.com.
eBookMall is one of the world's leading eBook retailers. The website has a popular selection of over two hundred free eBooks that includes full eBooks from bestselling authors, free previews of new releases, and sampler collections.
The website has all the big names from publishers like Simon & Schuster, Random House, and MacMillan, with eBooks at competitive prices by popular authors such as Mary Higgins Clark, Andy Cohen, and current 'Fifty Shades' bestselling author E L James. eBookMall supports one of the widest ranges of e-reading devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android, and a variety of E-Ink eReaders.
Next month, eBookMall is going to announce a unique new writing contest that will provide aspiring authors an exciting opportunity to make a name for themselves in the industry. It will be the first writing contest of its kind and will have a huge $5000 grand prize.