Please Read And Like Our ICCOM Story!

Compliments of the week!

As I shared with you earlier, our kiddies story on the theme– Together We Are Better– ‘A Show Fit For A King’ has been shortlisted for the ICCOM prize. However to win the prize we need Facebook ‘likes’.

Please Click on the link below to read the 1000 word tales of love laughter and unity.

Please Like it and spread the word too.

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=315611701912106&id=125408444265767&refid=17

Together We Are Better Indeed.

Thank you and God bless you!

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Day 4: THANK YOU! Plus DLAP Hall Of Fame.

Friends,

If anyone had told me how demanding the business of promoting my work competitively could be, I’d have laughed loud and long. Not anymore.

I now have a healthy dose of respect for all publishers, indie or trad, big or small. Tuale.

Also, I have deep, sincere respect and appreciation for you. Yes, you. Thank you for being a part of this blog and this story. Thank you for helping send word of ‘Dressed Like A Prince’ out. Night or day. Rain or shine. Words can’t express how grateful I am; truly, you are amazing.

Thank you for coming, thank you for reading, thank you for voting and thank you for sharing. I love you all.

Especial thanks goes out to the following persons for the following reasons. (Watch this space, you might be next!)

1. @drmikemurdock Thank you for reading and sharing my story.

2. @zunguzungu Thank you for reading.

3. @naija247medic Thank you for the innumerable RTs, and boundless support.

4. @zebbook Thank you, your help means so much to me.

5. @4eyedmonk Thank you for keeping your word to Tweet #DLAP once everyday. God bless you.

6. @THIRDPART you are amazing.

7. @Oge_writes you are too kind.

8. @schnaptwits you know already. Thank you.

9. @Miss_Mawee Thank you.

10. @iudofa Thank you.

11. @Ykedexter Thank you.

12. @Eloxie Thank you.

13. @jyte12 Thank you

14. @nessai Thank you, you make this easier.

15. @ikeamadi Thank you, you are a true pastor.

16. @Dupekilla Thank you, you words made the difference.

17. @ronkeemployment Thank you for the boost.

18. @mz_sarahokolo Thank you for keeping the fire burning.

19. @uwemspeaks Thank you.

20. @CJBassey Thank you.

To be continued.

Thank you very much. Together we are better. God bless you
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Please Vote For My Story : Dressed Like A Prince and Spread the word to your Friends and Family. http://t.co/VXnXF4F9Vq

Etisalat Flash Day 3: My Manifesto

Hello,

My name is Nta Bassey and I am contesting for the post of the Etisalat
Flash Fiction Writer of the Year.

I need your mandate to win,
I need your votes to succeed,
I need your support to take our stories to the world.

If I am elected and adjudged a winner in the contest, I promise all members of my campaign team

1. Support for their programs and campaigns online and real life.

2. Free autographed copies of my e-book.

3. A mention in my vote of thanks.

4. A lifelong commitment to regular, enjoyable, affordable, [;) #NofreeWriting] accessible. African stories.

5. Direct access to my mailbox.

6. Free articles for your blog.

7. Free advert space on my blog

8. My eternal appreciation and thanks.

If you would like to support my aspiration to serve, reach me

Email: nahijah@live.co.uk

BB Pin: 27685FEE

Twitter: @StNaija

Let’s do this!

For Literature.

For love.

For a chance to share our stories with the world.

For passion.

For the Godspowers in the world.

For Africa, her stories and her people.

For my readers, old, new and yet undiscovered.

Today is done. Tomorrow we press on.

Please Tweet
Facebook share,
Press this,
Reblog this.

Please Vote For My Story : Dressed Like A Prince and Spread the word to your Friends and Family. http://t.co/VXnXF4F9Vq

Vote My Etisalat Story : Day 2

Hello,

I am so tired, I can hardly type.

Why?

Work. I have been working all day.

On What?

On spreading the news about my Etisalat Story, Dressed Like A Prince.

Hmm. Is it that hard?

Worse. I have to send messages, reply to enquiries, smile, curtsey and bow.

Wow. All that? For what?

For Literature.

For love.

For a chance to share my stories with the world.

For passion.

For all the Godspowers out there, who don’t get a mention.

For Africa, her stories and her people.

For my readers, old, new and yet undiscovered.

Today is done. Tomorrow we press on.

Please Tweet
Facebook share,
Press this,
Reblog this.

Please Vote For My Story : Dressed Like A Prince and Spread the word to your Friends and Family. http://t.co/VXnXF4F9Vq

Please Vote For My Story From Oct 1

My Dear Friends,

I braved my fears and entered for the Etisalat Flash Fiction Competition.

My entry isn’t perfect, (has a typo. 😦 ) but I hope you like it.

I need 1 Billion Votes to win.

Please help make this a success.

How To Help

1. Vote here, Tomorrow Oct1- Oct 30 2013 http://etisalatprize.com/dressed-like-a-prince/

2. Read and Review or discuss the story here or on your blog.

3. Ask family,friends, followers and fans on BBM, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter, WordPress, Blogspots etc. To vote for it from now till Oct 30.

3.Thank you. God Bless YOU!

P/s: If you would like to join our campaign team or you have ideas on how to get 1Billion Votes, Let us know ASAP!

Please, Nominate The Naija Writer & Friends For The NBA

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your daily visits, likes, shares and comments. Without you, this blog wouldn’t be what it is. Now, there’s another opportunity to show your love and affection for us–The Nigerian Blog Awards.

Please Nominate The Naija Writer, http://www.thenaijawriter.wordpress.com as

1. Best Writing Blog

2. Best Personal Blog

3. Best New Blog

Also

Please nominate

1. Naija Husband — http://www.naijahusband.com as Best Relationship Blog

2. Sagaysagay — http://www.sagagay.com as Best funny Blog

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Do you have a blog for nomination in an unlisted Category? Let us know so we can add it too!

Nominate Us Here
http://t.co/Umxgg0bEgs

Thank you.