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Inaugural Keepsake Book Available Now!

Hundreds of essays flooded into WEbook following  Barack Obama's historic inauguration. Sixty were chosen, including those from an American Book Award winner, a 15-year-old high school student, and a postal worker from Montana. Read their stories in the new Jan 20, 2009, with all WEbook profits going to 826 National, a non-profit tutoring, writing, and publishing organization.

New Homepage, New Features Live Today!

In our tireless quest to make WEbook the place to read, write, and review, we're happy to introduce a gaggle of new features. First, we launched a  spiffy new public homepage where we plan to spotlight more of the best work on WEbook. Second, check out a new feature called Path to Publishing for tips on improving your chances of being picked for publication on WEbook.com. 

We also debuted a zippy new reader for WEbook projects so you can read a project from start to finish. To use it, click on the "Read Book" link on any project page. You can also now easily export your project to Microsoft Word.

A Writing Tip a Day and Public Props

What could be better than a spanking new writing tip every day? Now you can have one either at WEbook.com or delivered on your own website or blog for all to see via our new widget. It's a daily shot of writing wisdom. Click here to see a tip and click here for easy instructions on downloading the widget.




Attention top writers, reviewers, and proud WEbookers: We've got new badges for you to "wear" with pride. Visit our badge page and post these on your website, blog or email signature.

 

Craving More Feedback on Your Writing?

We've heard your requests to get more and better feedback on your writing from your fellow WEbookers, and we're working on a wide range of new features to make that dream a reality. While we're at it, let us hear from you. Are you looking for more in-depth reviews of your work? Would like to reach out directly to WEbookers who love to read and edit? Tell us what kind of feedback/reviews you crave most.

"Mr. Man" Doles out Manly Musts Online

 

 

 

If you've read the hilarious WEbook manthology 101 Things Every Man Should Know How to Do, you know Mr. Man. He's the oracle of testosterone, the guru of "man." He also has become quite the online celebrity and morning drive-time radio persona. Riding the wave of popularity, Mr. Man has begun his own Facebook group and is Tweeting like the righteous bird he is. Here's where you can check out his act:

Facebook: AskMr.Man
Twitter: MrManSays

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Jan 20, 2009:
The Inauguration of Barack Obama

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Featured Member

 

Penname: pattimari

WEbook Fact: pattimari is by far WEbook's most active user, with  9273 pieces of feedback and 2709 compliments on that feedback.

Claim Fame:
I think my greatest claim to fame is helping others to find balance within themselves; to learn to forgive, let go of past happenings, and find that spot within themselves that has power to change their world.

 Projects:
Rip Roaring Poems by Top Various Writers
A Book of Cute Mini Stories, Poems and What Ifs
when i was five



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Don't Mess with This WEbooker of the Week

As a young man, CallumC once chased off a group of vandals with an empty rifle. This was somewhere in between enlisting in the British merchant navy at age 16 and working his way through Europe, Australia and the U.S. as everything from a waiter to a farmhand on a sugar plantation to mustering cattle in the Australian outback.

 

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