(PRWEB) March 2, 2006
Steve Bell, author of the latest fantasy book to dare tread in the footprints of the likes of Harry Potter, Narnia and Lord of The Rings, is busy writing the next instalments and he wants to remain focused on that. He believes that fan sites are the true embodiment of what a web site should be for a book.
“It’s the fan sites that are important,” says Steve. “They become more than just an electronic advertisement for the book. They evolve into real content that people want to read.”
With the roaring success of the book, Steve is being bombarded with requests for more information about the characters and the world of The Magic Islands. Requests are pouring in for news on the sequels as a steady fan base is becoming established. With the early signs of the dawn of a possible new phenomenon, many fans would love to own "the" official fan site. And now the author is giving them the opportunity to do just that.
“I want to give fans the chance to get on the train right at the beginning,” says Steve. “I want them to be able to share in any success that may come along. So I’ll endorse a site to be the official fan site - for the entire series – it could be something very big for them. Just look at the fan sites of Harry Potter and other fantasy books.”
The offer is open to anyone and everyone – simply create a great interactive fan site that impresses Steve, and you could be named as the lucky winner. That would mean world exclusive content, interviews, release information, inside stories and above all, possibly lucrative merchandising opportunities.
The competition is open until August 2006 and the winner will be announced soon after. To enter simply visit the official The Magic Islands website and follow the competition link. Good luck.
Click here to enter: http://www.themagicislands.com
Haven’t read The Magic Islands yet, Don’t worry, the book is free to download at this site.
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