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Write About College & Win Prizes

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Have a passion for writing and want to be featured here in our blog? How about a chance of winning a Kindle Fire?

We’re looking for writers that are passionate about sharing their college experiences by writing exciting content on our blog. We see tremendous value in providing content to college students from college students and we want your help!

Whether your passion is sports, campus politics, fashion, or anything else under the college experience umbrella, we’d love for your stories to be featured in our blog.

We’ll be selecting one blog entry per week and rewarding the lucky writer with $100 in free textbooks that’ll surely come in handy next semester. Plus you’ll receive the esteem of having your work published and seen by a large audience of readers! Oh, and let’s not forget about the chance to win a new Kindle Fire!

If this sounds like a challenge you are up for, please visit: http://www.bookbyte.com/write-to-win.aspx where you can find the rules and submit your entry. Good luck and happy writing!

Bookbyte Contests — The Best Winter Storm Photos #NemoPicsBB

Over the weekend, Winter Storm Nemo smashed into the east coast, dumping over 30 inches of snow on New England. I used to live there, so I know that when those states are canceling classes because of inclement weather, things have gotten real.

To the students who spent the weekend buried in, we want to see the photos you took while making the most of the winter storm. That means photos of :

…or whatever other more creative things you can think of.

The Prizes

Winner gets a $20 Walmart gift card. We’ll post all of our favorites on the blog.

How to submit

We’re taking submissions in two ways. For the people who have Twitter, send us a link to the uploaded photo with this hashtag:

nemopics

…or if you don’t have a Twitter account, you can just send an email to promotions@bookbyte.com

Please DON’T send us:

  • other people’s photos you pulled off Tumblr, Pinterest, Reddit, or wherever
  • photos you pulled off a CNN slideshow
  • satellite imagery (unless you own a private satellite, then go nuts)

We’re thinking about doing these sorts of contests regularly, so even if you’re warm and happy in Southern California right now, let us know with an email or a comment that you’d be interested in participating in future contests. After all, more interested people means bigger prizes.

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