This is a little weird, but fun nevertheless - the Blooker Prize is a literary 'oscar' for books based on blogs: blooks. Apparently, more than 100 blooks have already made...

This is a little weird, but fun nevertheless – the Blooker Prize is a literary ‘oscar' for books based on blogs: blooks.  Apparently, more than 100 blooks have already made the shortlist which brings with it cash prizes:

The prize fund for the category winners and an overall winner is £2,000. Each category winner will get £565 and the overall best work will get an additional £1,130.

I'm just wondering if there is a need for a prize which recognises blogs based on books (or other mediums)?

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