Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Announcing The First Ranting Competition!

After having read somewhere that putting up competitions raises traffic, I have decided to host one on this very blog! (Even though I know it won't improve traffic)

So, here are the rules:

1.Anyone, anywhere, may partecipate by sending me an email ( at dare.2.believe@hotmail.com )about what it is that they have the tendency to rant the most about. It can be anything. Never mind about silliness!
2.I will choose two winners: one by chance in a hat and one for most creative ranting subject.

All prizes are books, you may choose one from the list below:
-The poison that fascinates by Jennifer Clement
-Warriors of Alavna by N.M.Browne
-The Wild Children by Felice Holman
-The Adoption by Dave Hill
-The Zahir by Paolo Coelho
-Teen Idol by Meg Cabot
-The Memory Keeper's Daughter by Kim Edward

None of these books will change your life or transform your way of thinking, but they're an enjoyable get-away.

4.Deadline on 15-12-2009 (My birthday!)

5.I will contact the winners by email, and of course they will be posted on the blog.


  1. IDK, You are the ranting teenager, so a ranting contest make sense, but.... Ranting can come across as whining, which is very annoying.

    U need to mix it up a little, a few whines, then something like cute baby animal pictures, or art, or fashion ... Blasphemy. Who doesn't like scandalous blasphemy?

    Getting traffic is hard, some of the traffic I get is not what I want (stop lusting after my dolls perverts! :D :D :D)

  2. Right now I am ranting about healthcare...but then, I'm a nurse who works with children and adults who are born with a chronic, lifelong disorder...whose drugs can cost $80,000+ per year for life -- they can go on Medicaid (but then can never work -- and most want to), or they can go to college, hope like heck they won't have to be hospitalized (automatic fail for that semester since hospitalizations can take three weeks) and can get a job with good enough insurance (and no pre-existing conditions) OR marry someone with really good insurance. Oh, heck, and just thinking about it send me right off on the rant again. Sorry!


    By the way, found you through IBTP. Keep up the good work!