Competition can be stressful. For me, there’s that whole I-love-winning-I-hate-losing thing — just entering contests can cause me agida. I have a love/hate relationship with them… kind of like I do with jogging. Or cake.
But here’s a contest that’s worth taking a chance on. In honor of their 500th review, VegBooks (a blog we’ve previously confessed to having a love affair with, and one whose founder, Jessica Almy, has been interviewed on our podcast) is encouraging readers to submit their very own book review. In case you haven’t heard us sing the praises of VegBooks, they are a site that reviews kids’ media from a vegan perspective. (I sure hope my 16-month-old niece is reading this!)
The submitted reviews will be evaluated to make sure they fit the style and so forth (check out recent reviews for ideas of what they like to feature). According to the press release, “The winner will receive three vegan-friendly kids’ books and VegBooks will spotlight the winning book review on its site.”
The book review should be 350 words or less (that’s short — you can do it!) and must be submitted by October 24 to vegbooks[at]gmail.com. See the full rules for more deets.