Contest Alert: What’s your vision for 2018? Enter to win!

CONTEST ALERT ENTER TO WINWe’ve teamed up with VSP Individual Vision Plans, the national leader in eye care benefits, to share their affordable individual vision insurance package – perfect for independent business owners and retirees who don’t have employer-provided vision care –  and we have some big news:

One lucky winner will receive a $200 Visa gift card, which can be used to purchase a VSP Individual Vision Plan, which includes a vision exam and $150 towards frames or contacts!

AND, we’re also giving away Authority membership in the Nonfiction Authors Association for a full year ($190 value).

If you’re covered under private insurance, perhaps it hasn’t occurred to you that you don’t have vision coverage. But vision care is critical for all of us. As we age, the likelihood of developing vision issues increases. According to WebMD, common vision issues include eye strain from working on computers all day, night blindness caused by cataracts and other issues, floaters, glaucoma, dry eyes and various retinal disorders, among a host of other concerns.

Because vision coverage is essential, we’ve made it easy for you to enter to win a plan of your own.

How to Enter

This is a comment contest, so all you have to do to enter is answer the following question in the comments section below:

QUESTION: What’s your vision for 2018?

As authors and entrepreneurs, we know you have big goals for the coming year and we want to hear about them! Here are some examples:

  • “My vision is to finally get my book published and launch my speaking career.”
  • “I’m going to carve out three hours per week to focus on promoting my book, ‘The ABC Guide to Everything’.”
  • “I’m going to seek out corporate partnerships to get my book distributed to the tech industry.”

Yes, it’s that simple. Share your vision for the coming year in the comments below (150 words or less) and we will choose two winners at random. And while you’re at it, you are welcome to include a signature line in your comment so others can learn about you and your book (this is optional).

Example:

“My vision is to grow my author business by 25% in 2018 by offering online courses.”
– Winnie Writer, author of “100 Ways to Reverse the Aging Process,” WinnieWriter.com

This contest will run from December 1, 2017 to December 15, 2017. All entries must be received by 12:00 noon PST on December 15. Winners will be chosen at random and contacted via email.

Additional Contest Guidelines

Open to legal residents of the United States, age 18 or older. No purchase necessary, void where prohibited. The Sweepstakes is governed by the laws of California and is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. Void where prohibited. Entries that do not adhere to the rules or specifications may be disqualified. You may enter only once.

One winner will receive a $200 Visa gift card courtesy of VSP Individual Vision Plans. The specifics of the prize shall be solely determined by VSP. No other cash or prize substitution permitted except at Sponsor’s discretion. The prize is nontransferable. Any and all prize related expenses, including without limitation any and all federal, state, and/or local taxes shall be the sole responsibility of the winner. No substitution of prize or transfer/assignment of prize to others or request for the cash equivalent by winners is permitted. Acceptance of prize constitutes permission for the Nonfiction Authors Association and VSP to use winner’s name, likeness, and entry for purposes of advertising and trade without further compensation, unless prohibited by law. The odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries received.

Answer this question in the comments below:
What’s Your Vision for 2018?

12 Comments on "Contest Alert: What’s your vision for 2018? Enter to win!"

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  1. In 2018, I will grow my editorial business by 30% and design a program around editing for businesses (book, videos, workshops).
    – Julie Willson, author of Virtually Kissing Frogs

  2. Latrece Johnson says:

    In 2018, I will expand my but offerings

  3. My goal for 2018 is to complete my memoir, and help at least 20 authors promote their books. -Tyrika Williams, author in progress of Things I Lost in the Mania

  4. Latrece Johnson says:

    My vision for 2018 is to promote positivity and creativity through community partnerships and civic activities.

  5. Saraj says:

    My vision is to expand my reading library by reading new authors and genres that i previously didn’t

  6. I have been trying to get my major nonfiction history book published since attaining my master’s in history in 2006. I think everyone has rejected it twice now, but always with kind words like “interesting, wish we could.” In the coming year I will 1) get an article published from the book to demonstrate its validity, and 2) publish it myself if these comments still plague me by mid-year. Civil War & Bloody Peace: following orders took me 20 years of research, with travel all over the country for primary documents, and deserves to be read, showing the history of our country the way it should be written.
    –Monette Bebow-Reinhard, author of Saving Boone: Legend of the Half-White Son

  7. Chandra White-Cummings says:

    My vision for 2018 is to begin a publishing career by publishing my son’s book, and to finish my own book by June 2018.

  8. My vision is to find an agent to represent me and sell my book while getting my Master of Arts program off the ground!

  9. In 2018 I will find a publisher for a second printing of my book. That way I can reach more people so they can navigate their struggles with uncertainty more gracefully.
    Carol Vecchio
    International Speaker
    Master Life Design and Career Counselor
    Author of The Time Between Dreams: How to Navigate Uncertainty in Your Life and Work

  10. Jim Morack says:

    2018 will be a year of metamorphosis. Currently going through a painful, unwanted divorce, and in the last few years have survived 3 painful back fusion surgeries, 3 job layoffs, and near-financial ruin… where else is there for me to go?

    In 2018 I am not just creating a rags-to-riches story, but turning physical pain into wellness, healing my heart from devastation, and hopefully completing my 3rd book. The world feels heavy today, but day by day I will find a way to gain leverage to make my burden not just tolerable, but joyful. Then find a way to share it with others.

  11. My vision is to grow the popular image of yoga to one of healing and self-empowerment rather than either poses or out of reach practices. In 2018 I will duplicate my in person reach in my online space and create a foundation to become the go to expert on personalized yoga practice for healing.

  12. I’m going to start on the road of increasing earnings from my writing, and investigate whether or not it’s feasible to eventually give up the day job.

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