Kindle Contest Over

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The kindle short story contest is now officially over. First, I would like to thank all of the people who participated in this contest either by entering or voting.

This has been a fun experience and I hope to be able to do more contests like this in the future.

I hope that many people who came across this blog as a result of the contest will stick around for a bit :)

And of course, congratulations to Dan Price for being the winner of The Thoughts Bubble short story contest for his short story “Savages and Traitors” he is the lucky winner of a brand new Kindle 3!

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