A Chance to Win Your Own Novoir : Marilyn's Memoir Presents the $10K Novoir Giveaway Sweepstakes.
Marilyn's Memoir is offering all who enter a chance to win the Prize of a Lifetime, their own Novoir (novel-memoir). Our Marilyn's Memoir $10K Novoir Giveaway Sweepstakes begins June 29th and runs until August 31st. There is no payment to enter.
July 4, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Marilyn's Memoir creates Novoirs - heirloom quality biographies featuring the stories of everyday people, couples, families, and businesses, illustrating them with personal photos and memorabilia in one of four signature-style, hand bound books.
Marilyn's Memoir will award one lucky person, who wins the sweepstakes, their very own Novoir, valued at ten thousand dollars.
There are three ways to enter to win, and there is no obligation or cost to enter the sweepstakes. Entrants can visit the Marilyn's Memoir Facebook page and 'like' us. Or, on Twitter, entrants may tweet whose story they want captured in a Novoir, using hashtag: #$10KNovoirGiveaway, and they'll be automatically entered. Or simply visit www.MarilynsMemoir.com and click the Facebook or Twitter icons.
The winner may choose to create the book for themselves, or have it created to be given to another person or couple. The sweepstakes kicked off on June 29, 2012 and ends August 31, 2012. The winner will be randomly chosen and contacted via entry method or personal contact info provided and will be announced on the Marilyn's Memoir website, Facebook page, and via Twitter on September 3, 2012.
The Novoir, which will last a lifetime and beyond, preserves the
personal stories and experiences over any timeframe desired - whether it's a specific event, a specific period, or lifetime. It may focus on one person, a couple, or span an entire family. All Novoirs may include the interviews, remembrances, and commentary of friends and family for added perspective and breadth.
Marilyn's Memoir believes that the Novoir being offered in this "$10K Novoir Giveaway Sweepstakes" is the prize of a lifetime because it captures "The Greatest Story Ever Told. Yours."