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|WEbook April Newsletter|
The WEbook publication search is on, and there's still time to make your voice heard! The Spring Vote ends at midnight on April 20th. Have a favorite project? Vote for it. Want a one-stop spot to find some of the best work on WEbook? Visit the voting pages. If your funny bone needs scratching, read The Life and Times of McZero, the wacky (and whacked) ruminations of a fictional postal worker. Looking for adventure? Right Hand Up to God offers a wild ride through a Florida swamp. Kids of all ages will love Nervous Nelly Nanny Goat, a children’s story about showing emotion.
Meet Boomerang Lookout and Marley BarleyThree cheers for the next published WEbooks! The final two winners from the inaugural WEbook vote are due out in early summer. First up is The Legend of Vinny Whiskers, a Young Adult novel by Greg Kemp. Come along for the ride as a prairie dog named Boomerang Lookout fights to uncover the truth about the rat Vinny Whiskers in time to save his entire pack. In Shirt for Dessert, a children’s book by Jayne Bonilla, Marley Barley would rather suck on her clothes than eat her veggies—-until her mother comes up with an ingenious plan to change all that. Stay tuned—-there's much more on the way from the little prairie dog who could and the little girl who should.
WEbook’s arsenal of writing tips and helpful stuff just got bigger. New in the WEbook Toolbox are access to a daily writing tip (via Widget, if you’re so inclined), newsletters you might’ve missed, badges for your Facebook profile, and of course our Guides to Feedback, to being a Project Leader, and our Path to Publication.
The New York Times, USA Today, and the BBC. Oh, and Demi Moore (AKA mrskutcher) Tweeted about us. That’s right: Demi loves WEbook. Not too shabby for a first b-day.
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Dear WEbook writers and readers,
After five wonderful years of running WEbook.com, it is with great sadness that we have decided to close the site. We are one of the last to take this step but despite spending a huge amount of our own money, at some point the money runs out and we, like Book Country, Authonomy, Figment and many others, have been forced to make this painful decision.
The lights will be turned off for a final time on March 31st 2018, after which WEbook.com will cease to exist. Any work that you would like to retain must be downloaded from your account by midnight GMT on March 31st, 2018. Anything that is left on the site after this will be unrecoverable in accordance with the Data Protection Act, 1998.
Although our time with WEbook has come to an end, if you would like to make us a serious offer, now is your opportunity. Drop us a line at: email@example.com
WEbook has taken us on a wonderful journey, with a group of really talented writers. Thank you to everyone for putting so much effort into the site, and of course into each other's writing.
Just don’t stop writing because of us!
The WEbook Team
(28th February 2018)Close