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review 2018-12-03 09:32
Corporate Customized Trophy at Best Price in India

It has become the trend among corporate companies, be it small or big and spread across the globe to present Customized Trophy to its best and valued employees, partners, vendors and clients periodically. This is to recognize their personal achievements or to show their pleasure of getting loyalty all the time.

 

 

 

Things to consider to ensure getting affordable Customized Corporate Awards.

 

It is very much important to look for reputed, experienced and well established Corporate Trophy Manufacturers to deal with. Keeping in mind the below-given points can help to get what is desired at affordable rates.

 

1. Trophy type: Several types of custom trophies are available in the market. It will be useful to have the clear idea of what is being sought, its intended purpose and to whom it is to be presented to. some of the following questions can help provide a clear idea about the purchase:

  - Is there required a trophy with column riser?

  - Is the trophy to be created from metal, resin or plastic?

  - Is the base to be made from marble or plastic?

  - In case, the trophy is to be engraved, then the Trophy manufacturers should be an expert in it and offer testimonials of previous satisfied clients. Checking out samples and the catalog will help.

 

2. Personal artwork: Logos or personal artwork can be easily incorporated into the trophy. The provider should be enquired about file formats where the design is to be submitted. The makers usually can work with artwork files and high-resolution images, like Adobe Photoshop. Some may prefer CorelDRAW or Adobe Illustrated created files. In case, a file is of a different format, then it needs to be converted into the correct file or the artwork recreated into a preferred program.

 

3. Edits and Corrections: Changes are mostly made prior to engraving or developing anything and are included within quote price since materials are still to be engraved, painted or cut. Error or misspelled words committed by the company should be changed.

 

4. Cost: The type and amount of the trophy will determine the total cost involved. Generally, with more orders, the better is the per trophy cost. However, the kind of material used for each trophy combined with detailing and size determines final expenses.

 

Contacting the top Trophy manufacturers in Delhi and Gurgaon is sure to help derive great looking custom trophies that will meet the intended purpose.

Source: awardsandtrophies.in
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text 2018-11-23 09:48
Awards Management Software Market

Awards Management Software is a type of software used to manage entry, judging, and awards programs.
In 2017, the global Awards Management Software market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 20182025.

This report focuses on the global Awards Management Software status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Awards Management Software development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study
Award Force
AwardStage
OpenWater
WizeHive
Evalato
Judgify
reviewr
OmniCONTESTS
Awards Absolute
eVision
RhythmQ

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
Cloud Based
Web Based

Market segment by Application, split into
Large Enterprised
SMEs

Market segment by Regions/Countries, this report covers
United States
Europe
China
Japan
Southeast Asia
India
Central & South America

The study objectives of this report are:
To analyze global Awards Management Software status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players.
To present the Awards Management Software development in United States, Europe and China.
To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies.
To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Awards Management Software are as follows:
History Year: 20132017
Base Year: 2017
Estimated Year: 2018
Forecast Year 2018 to 2025
For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

Source: www.qandqmarketresearch.com
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text 2018-11-08 17:18
The Goodreads Choice Awards

I love to read, but The Goodreads Choice Awards makes me realize that I don't read a lot of current books.

 

I tend to read a lot of older books, and I love to reread books. I was able to vote for two categories.

 

There were a few authors I liked and books I had on my TBR and while I was tempted to vote for those based on my like of the author/thinking I would love the book, I refrained. That would not be fair!

 

Do you think people voted for books they haven't read? What do you think about voting/rating a book you haven't read?

 

Here are the categories. I will put a photo for the ones I voted on, but for the ones I did not, I am still going to choose one book to showcase.

 

Best Fiction:

No votes... although I did read the first few chapters of An American Marriage and liked it. I got side tracked and never finished it

 

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones
Mystery & Thriller:

No votes...none of the books are even on my TBR

 

The Outsider by Stephen King

 

Historical Fiction:

Again...no votes. I don't often reach for this catergory

 

The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah

 

Fantasy:

Nothing... I used to read this category all the time, but haven't done much as of late. There are a few I'm curious about

 

Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik

 

Best of the Best: [This category is a grouping of winners from past years]

I voted for The Martian. I also read Catching Fire and The Fault in Our Stars" though I did not read any of these this year

 

The Martian by Andy Weir

 

Romance:

Eh... meh, nothing. I don't reach for romance that much. There are a couple I might be interested in, nothing actually on my TBR

 

The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang

 

Science Fiction:

Nope

 

Head On by John Scalzi

 

Horror:

No, nothing. I really do like horror, but I need to follow through more on actually reading it

 

We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix

 

Humor:

Nothing and I could sure use some humor in my life!

 

This Will Only Hurt a Little by Busy Philipps

 

Nonfiction:

No, but I want to read more nonfiction

 

Not That Bad by Roxane Gay

 

Memoir & Autobiography:

You guessed it... no

 

In Pieces by Sally Field

 

History & Biography:

No, however, I want to read the book about Robin Williams and the book about Mr. Rogers. (I almost cheated and voted for one of them, because I love those guys and the were a big part of my childhood.)

 

The Good Neighbor by Maxwell KingRobin by Dave Itzkoff

 

Science & Technology:

No

 

Spying on Whales by Nick Pyenson

 

Food & Cookbooks:

No cookbooks for me

 

Baking All Year Round by Rosanna Pansino

 

Graphic Novels & Comics:

I voted for Hearding Cats (a 4/5 star rated book). Several more in this category is on my TBR

 

Herding Cats by Sarah Andersen

 

Poetry:

I like poetry, but haven't read anything on the list, so nope

 

The Poet X by Elizabeth Acevedo

 

Debut Author:

Congrats debut authors... I just suck keeping up with the times, so nothing for this catergory. Several are on my TBR though

 

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green

 

Young Adult Fiction:

Nothing here, either

 

Sadie by Courtney Summers

 

Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction:

Or here, but some are on my TBR

 

Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi

 

Middle Grade & Children's:

I failed one of my favorite catergories. Nothing. Children books are so comforting, reminds me of a better time

 

Aru Shah and the End of Time by Roshani Chokshi

Picture Books:

Nothing here and I do read picture books

 

A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo by Jill Twiss

 

What books on the Choice Awards have you read and what books did you vote for? Please recommend any books from the Choice Awards that you loved and think I might like!

 

Click here for The Goodreads Choice Awards

 

And remember, it doesn't matter what you read, how much you read, or even if you take a long time off, you are still a reader!

 

 

Source: www.goodreads.com/choiceawards/best-books-2018
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review 2018-06-25 00:00
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine - Gail Honeyman

After being out of commission for more than a week due to my back, I am glad to finally get to post some reviews. Today is the first day since the 14th that I have been able to sit in a chair and what a relief it is! The upside of not being able to do much is that I got 5 books finished, so I guess there is good in everything. : )

 

I thought Eleanor Oliphant.... was an unusual but also a great book! I adored 30-something Eleanor, with her social awkwardness and saying whatever came to mind (totally unaware that people didn't voice those opinions). I felt sad for her too-- that she had such a painful childhood, her incredible loneliness, and her status as a social pariah. At the beginning of the book, when all Eleanor's social difficulties started to reveal themselves, I initially thought that maybe she had Asperger's Syndrome or some form of autism, but as the book progressed, the reason for her lack of social skills and stunted emotional and cultural development became apparent, and I even more empathetic. 

When she develops a crush on the lead singer of a band that she has never met, just seen briefly in concert (her first crush ever), she becomes obsessed and believes that it is destiny and they are meant to meet, fall in love and marry, and thus make her over-bearing and incredibly cruel mother happy. She eventually has a reality check, and Raymond (her IT co-worker) comes to the rescue. I adored this heart-warming book featuring the unique character of Miss Oliphant and how she chooses to become the victor and no longer the victim.

 

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text 2018-06-06 15:46
The Fatness wins a second award!
The Fatness - Mark A. Rayner

NEW YORK, NY – On June 3rd, New York Times bestselling author CJ Lyons announced The Fatness won in the humor category of the annual IndieReader Discovery Awards (IRDAs). The announcement was made at BookExpo America (BEA), a major publishing trade show.

 

This is the second literary award the satirical novel has garnered! The Fatness won a silver International Book Publishing Association (IBPA) Benjamin Franklin award for humor in April this year.

 

“The books that won the IRDAs this year are not just great indie books; they are great books, period. We hope that our efforts via the IRDAs ensure that they receive attention from the people who matter most. Potential readers,” said Amy Edelman, founder of IndieReader.

IRDA winner

 

Judges for the awards included notable publishers, agents, publicists and bloggers. The Fatness received the following verdict from IndieReader’s reviewers: “The Fatness is a story of socialism gone wrong, set amid a plausible backdrop with witty characters who will steal your heart and snag your cheeseburger, if you’re not careful.”

 

I’d like to thank the professionals who helped me put the book together. The incredible talents of my editor, Cal Chayce of Wording.ca, the fabulous cover design of Taryn Dufault and the exact proofing of Pauline Nolet all contributed to the book’s success. And don’t forget all my beta readers, friends and family who also helped me shape The Fatness into something approaching good shape. You can read about them in the acknowledgements of the novel.

 

And of course, you should get yourself a copy! You can buy it here.

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