WWW – The Readers’ Awards

 

The Reader’s Awards

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This page is devoted to Mug’s Tale’s Reader’s Award winning texts. When you like a post on our blog, you give one more chance (1 point) to the text featuring on the post to be selected, and linked up to this page.

Positive comments count too! They weigh heavily in the balance when we deliver these awards (5 points per comment).

All the authors featuring on this page, will see their biographies – including links to their works – published on the blog.

So read on, like up, comment, and let your voice be heard!

Watch out for this sign to identify award winning texts.

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Up-Coming Awards

Dear Readers,

Each week you have a set amount of time to vote for your favorite texts of the last published texts of our Weekly Writing Workshops.

The results are published about a week or two after the texts have been published.

You can find the results on this page and on the WWW page as well.

Sincerely,

The editors of Mug’s Tale.

B.&N.

 

 

 


WWW#34: The winner of the thirty-fourth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Mosaic” is:

Le Seuil, écrit par Ninefifteen. (en français)

(7 likes + 1 Comment = 12 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#33: The winner of the thirty-third Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Deleted” is:

Remembering Your Smile, by The Gold Hourglass (in English)

(6 likes + 2 comment = 16 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#32: The winner of the thirty-second Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Running Away” is:

Masked by B.  (in English)

(10 likes + 2 comments = 20 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#31: The winner of the thirty-first Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Heart-Warming Tale” is:

A Winter’s Night, by B.  (in English)

(10 likes = 10 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#30: The winner of the thirtieth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Scarf” is:

Foulard, écrit par B. (en français)

(12 likes + 2 comments = 22 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#29: The winner of the twenty-ninth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Recovered” is:

Un Nouveau début, écrit par Butterfliesfairy (en français)

(7 likes + 1 comment = 12 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#28: The winner of the twenty-eighth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Failure” is:

The Twitch, by Hailie Andersen (in English)

(5 likes + 1 comment = 10 points – RAW)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#27: The winner of the twenty-seventh Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Success” is:

Text #1 –Lost Battles, by Ninefifteen. (in English)

(10 likes + 1 comment = 15 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#26: The winner of the twenty-sixth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Postponing” is:

Hold Please, by Garry Vakarian. (in English)

(6 likes + 1 comment = 11 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#25: The winner of the twenty-fifth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Restricted Access” is:

La Villa, by B. (en français)

(4 likes + 1 comment = 9 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#24: The winner of the twenty-fourh Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Perfume/scent/smell” is:

The Scent, by Hailie Andersen (in English)

(11 likes + 2 comments = 21 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#23: The winner of the twenty-third Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Disappointed” is:

– Roller-Coaster, by  Hailie Andersen. (in English)

(14 likes = 14 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#22: The winner of the twenty-second Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Expectations” is:

– Echo, by B.  (in English and in French)

(8 likes + 1 comment = 13 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#21: The winners of the twenty-first Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Protection” is:

– Jordan, by Hailie Andersen.  (in English)

(8 likes + 3 comments = 23 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#20: The winners of the twentieth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “A Key” are:

– Jo1 – Good Bye World, by Hailie Andersen. (in English)

(12 likes + 1 comment = 17 points)

and

– La Forteresse, by Ninefifteen (in French)

(7 likes + 2 comments = 17 points)

Congratulations to you both! 


WWW#19: The winner of the nineteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Impossible” is:

– L’Effet Surprise – Partie 2 – Un Monde de possibles, by B.

(in French) (12 likes + 1 comment = 17 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#18: The winner of the eighteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Forgive Me” is:

– Instead of You, by B.  (in English)

(9 likes + 3 comments = 24 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#17: The winner of the seventeenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Padlock” is:

– Road to Hell, by Hailie Andersen. (in English)

(7 likes + 1 comment = 12 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#16: The winner of the sixteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Partners in Crime” is:

– Letter to the Sheriff by B.  (in English)
(9 likes + 2 comments = 19 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#15: The winner of the fifteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Far Away” is:

– Terre de Lumière by B.  (in French) (5 likes)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#14: The winner of the fourteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Never Say Never” is:

L’Effet surprise, by B.  (in French)
(8 likes + 1 comment = 13 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#13: The winner of the thirteenth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Borrow” is:

Borrowed, by Garry Vakarian. (in English)
(7 likes + 3 comments = 22points)

Congratulations to you! 

Don’t forget to send us your biography and you will become an official VIP Member of Mug’s Tale’s circle of acclaimed authors!


WWW#12: The winner of the twelfth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Random Words” is:

Sinistre Sirène, by B. (6 likes + 2 points/10words = 8 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#11: The winner of the eleventh Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Werewolves” is:

 Un Drôle de loup garou, par françois1986 (13 likes + 1 comment = 18 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#10: The winner of the tenth Readers’ Award

exploring the theme “The Stain” is:

La Tache, by Ninefifteen. (6 likes = 6 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#9: The winner of the ninth Readers’ Award
testing our Creative Writing skills is:

A Lion’s Roar, by Hailie Andersen.  (4 likes + 2 comments = 14 points)

Congratulations to you! 

See Ninefifteen‘s review on this text – Coup de Coeur #1


WWW#8: The winner of the eighth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Dreams and Nightmares” is:

Danse avec la truie, by B.  (6 likes + 1 comment = 11 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#7: The winner of the seventh Readers’ Award

exploring the theme “Zombies” is:

Time of Troubles, by Garry Vakarian  (6 likes + 2 comments = 16 points)

Congratulations to you!

Don’t forget to send us your biography and you will become an official VIP Member of Mug’s Tale’s circle of acclaimed authors!


WWW#6: The winner of the sixth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Stirring Awake” is:

– Stirring Awake or The Edge of Consciousness, by B.  (6 likes + 2 comments = 16 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#5: The winner of the fifth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Absence” is:

– Le Vide des espaces, by Sophie Chouinard. (3 likes + 2 comments = 13 points)

Congratulations to you! 

Don’t forget to send us your biography and you will become an official VIP Member of Mug’s Tale’s circle of acclaimed authors!


WWW#4: The winner of the fourth Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Valentine Special” is :


– Always Loved Valentine Day, by Garry Vakarian. (3 likes +  3 comments =  18 points)

Congratulations to you! 

Don’t forget to send us your biography and you will become an official VIP Member of Mug’s Tale’s circle of acclaimed authors!


WWW#3: The winner of the Third Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Snowflakes” is:


– The First Snowflakes by B. (5 likes + 2 comments = 15 points)

Congratulations to you!


WWW#2: The winner of the Second Readers’ Award
exploring the theme “Skipped a Beat” is:

– Un Petit tambour by Ninefifteen.  (3 likes + 3 comments = 18 points)

Congratulations to you! 


WWW#1: The winner of the First Readers’ Award

exploring the theme “A Fork in the Road” is:

– Lost in a Strange Place by Hailie Andersen. (5 likes = 5 points)

Congratulations to you!


WWW – The Readers’ Awards

Les Prix des lecteurs

Cette page est consacrée aux textes qui ont remporté le prix des lecteurs de Mug’s Tale.  Lorsque vous aimez un post sur notre blog, vous offrez une chance de plus (1 point) au texte qu’il présente d’être sélectionné et de voir son lien publié sur cette page.

Les commentaires comptent! Ils pèsent très lourds dans le calcul de l’attribution du prix (5 points par commentaire).

Tous les auteurs qui figurent sur cette page verront leur biographie – ainsi que des liens vers leurs oeuvres – publiée sur notre blog.

Alors allez-y, lisez, aimez, commentez, et faites entendre votre voix!

Cherchez ce sticker pour identifier les textes primés.

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Les Prochains prix

Chers lecteurs,

Vous avez une à deux semaines pour voter pour vos textes favoris dans le cadre de nos ateliers d’écriture (=Weekly Writing Workshops).

Les résultats seront publiés une à deux semaine après la publication des textes en ligne 

Les résultats seront publiés sur cette page.

Sincèrement,

Les éditeurs de Mug’s Tale.

B.&N.

 


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