A new prize for the Nook Contest

The contest to Win a Nook continues! Until Feb 14th, all you have to do to enter is add a single line to the ever growing story. Even better, you can enter the contest as many times as you’d like!

At the time of my writing this post, there are 907 lines to the ongoing Nook story! Since I last gave an update, here is what has gone on:

  • Many more people have died, usually through violent explosions (including Frequent Miler himself!)
  • Many more people have been kicked in the groin.
  • The story briefly turned into a poem about a mighty squid (see line 807 or so).
  • A mysterious cat has made its way in and out of the story.

If you would like to enter the contest, you don’t really need to read the whole thing to catch up.  Just read the last few lines and try to add something that makes at least a little bit of sense Smile.

New Interim Contest!

This coming Tuesday (Feb 7) I will randomly pick a story author to win a $25 Kiva.org e-gift certificate!  With the gift certificate you can give a micro-loan to your choice of borrowers across the world.  Once the loan is repaid (and they almost all do fully repay), you can choose to withdraw the money for yourself or make more loans.  If you’d like to learn more, please visit the Milepoint Lending Team

Win a Nook!

Reminder: Until Feb 14th, you can win a Barnes & Noble Nook Color simply by adding a comment to our ever growing story. Visit this page to participate!

About Greg The Frequent Miler

Greg is the owner, founder, and primary author of the Frequent Miler. He earns millions of points and miles each year, mostly without flying, and dedicates this blog to teaching others how to do the same.

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