slice-bookshelf

The world of “social bookshelves” is an increasingly crowded place. From stalwarts like Goodreads and LibraryThing to newbies like Anobii and Bookish, there’s no lack of places to catalog your books online. Well, the space is getting a bit more crowded with Slice Bookshelf, which recently launched.

Here’s a bit from the press release announcing Slice Bookshelf’s public debut a few weeks ago.

Slice Bookshelf is the first and only social book network that automatically builds your virtual library. Bookshelf makes it fun and effortless to create and share collections, explore what your friends are reading, start discussions and even borrow and lend books.

Dive into Bookshelf and start sharing and exploring content as soon as you sign up. Create bookshelves customized by genre or theme and easily share them with your friends and followers. Follow friends, thought leaders and featured bloggers to discover titles you’d like to read. Scroll through your Book Feed to check out new activity, post comments and ask your burning questions about specific books and bookshelves.

“A great book stays with us long after we turn the last page, and the experience is made even better by sharing with friends,” said Scott Brady, CEO and co-founder of Slice. “We built Bookshelf with social connections at the core, so recommendations come from the people you know and trust.”

At the time of their launch, Slice contacted me and asked me to curate a shelf to be featured on their homepage. I opted to for a selection of books called “Building Your Beer Bookshelf,” showcasing a number of books on beer, brewing, and beer culture that I consider essential. Plus my book, of course.

Now that the shelf is featured on Slice’s homepage, they reached out to me again. This time, they’re offering a $50 gift card to one lucky blog reader. By creating a bookshelf on Slice and linking to it in the comments on this post, you’re entered to win a $50 gift card to WORD in Brooklyn, NY.

Entering this contest to win a $50 gift card to WORD is easy. Really. Two steps.

  1. Create a profile over at Slice Bookshelf. You can create one with your Facebook account.
  2. Link back to your profile in the comments section of this post.
  3. There is no step three!

You have until midnight on Sunday to create a profile and leave your comment here. On Monday, I’ll (randomly) pick a winner, and $50 in WORD bucks is theirs!

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15 Responses to “Sign Up for Slice Bookshelf, (Possibly) Win $50”

  1. Kira says:

    Cool. Now If I can figure out how to use the tags…

    Slice Bookshelf Profile!

  2. Scott says:

    Thanks for posting about this contest, hope I win!

    Here’s my Slice Bookshelf profile: http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....0149185076

  3. HeidiW says:

    Looking forward to checking out the site more! http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....6910209335

  4. Carly says:

    Hi! Thanks so much. Here’s my list.

    http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....4998897411

  5. Whit Richardson says:

    I’ve been a firm LibraryThing user for years, but I’ll give Slice a shot…especially with a $50 gift card to WORD on the line!

    Here’s my profile: http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....0291832407

  6. Kerin says:

    I love it! But it just pulled up all of the books I’ve purchased online, and I’m a bit overwhelmed. I guess that’s where all my money goes!
    http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....1044372658

  7. Shane Serkiz says:

    I’ll use the prize to buy these books… http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....7211776418

  8. Tiffany Drew says:

    Excited to try this out, thank you!

    http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....7841177531

    jaidahsmommy(at)comcast(dot)net

  9. Melissa says:

    I’m looking forward to checking out the website. They have a sleek profile. I’m curious to see what all I can get out of it.

    http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....9932257872

  10. Ann M. says:

    Thanks for the heads up on Slice! I’m at http://www.slice.com/bookshelf.....7309874613

  11. Ann M. says:

    Sorry - it would help if I had looked at the date.

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