Here's a contest that seems well-suited to Omnivoracious readers: make up your own imaginary book! This neat little promotion for Canadian author LalumiÃ¨re's The Door to Lost Pages should delight those who wish there were actually more books in the world than there actually are. Yes, you too can will a book into existence with just your mind-powers and a little ingenuity.
Beginning February 17, 2011, submit, via the form on the contest page, the title and synopsis of an imaginary book you think would be found at Lost Pages, the imaginary bookshop in Claude LalumiÃ¨re's [novel], which stocks books never seen anywhere before: bizarre bestiaries in arcane languages; histories of forgotten lands; theological essays on mysterious religions; dictionaries of dead, obscure languages; maps to lands that may never have been; antediluvian mythologies; accounts of wars unknown to recorded history...Two grand prizes will be awarded"”the Author's Choice selected by Claude LalumiÃ¨re and the Readers' Choice voted on by you!
For more details, click here. LalumiÃ¨re's novel will be published in April.