APA Launches 3rd Annual Audiobook Blogger of the Year Contest

The Audio Publishers Association is holding a new contest to find and promote the best audiobook bloggers.

The APA says that this contest, which has been a resounding success for two consecutive years, has not only helped to expand engaging discussions about audiobooks online, it has also welcomed new reviewers to join in the conversation.

APA Launches 3rd Annual Audiobook Blogger of the Year Contest Audiobook Web Publishing

“Book bloggers sit beside librarians on the list of my favorite people on Earth,” says this year’s celebrity judge, Scott Brick. “I love their passion and their originality—there are so many unique approaches they bring to their love of books, and I find reading their posts endlessly fascinating.

The submission period opens today, and bloggers have until 16 March to enter. The winner will get two tickets to theAPA's 2017 Audie Awards Gala in New York City, recognition of their award at the Gala, and a $200 cash prize.

image by MIKI Yoshihito

 

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