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Last Call for Entry Suggestions!
lj10mod wrote in lj_turns10
We're closing in on a rough table of contents for the book and this is the last week for open entry suggestions. 11:59 p.m. PST on February 25 is your last chance to suggest any and every excellent entry (remember that entries should be the author's original content and written in English). Things we're particularly interested in: entries from individual journals (it doesn't have to be your own); entries from the early years (1999–2000); and entries from the very, very recent past (i.e. 2007 and 2008).

http://syanorra.livejournal.com/502052.html

"I survived an abusive relationship".
Apparently it's been very inspirational and helpful for a lot of people. I still get e-mails from people who have read it, thanking me for writing out my story because it helped them or someone they know finally end an abusive relationship.

This entry is probably the most poignent in my journal. After the end of my ralationship, I went through the worst pain of my life. It would be great if it were included.

http://blackpearl.livejournal.com/50703.html

Thanks for sharing. If you'd like this entry to be considered for the book, please unlock and then repost before the deadline.

here's one - self penned story by a girl in Singapore


Here's an entry (by me) about Barack Obama becoming president, posted the night-of. It's very short, but definitely shows the excitement of the night.
http://lola-mustard.livejournal.com/tag/barack+obama

RE: SUGGESTIONS FOR THE LJ BIRTHDAY BOOK.

Dear LJ:

Although, all of my journal entries seem to be my favorite, I would appreciate if any one of the following could be included in the LJ Birthday Book.

http://sarahrehman.livejournal.com/1076.html
Dated: Sept 4th, 2008.

http://sarahrehman.livejournal.com/756.html
Dated: Sept 4th, 2008.

Thank you.

http://seckela.livejournal.com/130765.html

its nothing amazing, its just what I use my journal for, reaching out to others and reaching in to myself. It helps me cope and convey my message. Thank you LJ

I don't know what the guidelines and stuff are

But I really cannot think of a better stand-alone entry than this
http://binsybaby.livejournal.com/597341.html

My journal is called The Most Beautiful Things, in which I discuss one item that's the most beautiful of its type every week. Here are the ones I like best:

The Most Beautiful Psychological Defense: Cognitive Dissonance
The Most Beautiful Mating Strategy: Side-Blotched Lizards
The Most Beautiful Reason to Support Gay Rights: Alan Turing

There are lots of others I like, but those are my favorites.

Mike Selinker

One of the most moving Livejournal entries I remember ever reading:

http://catelin.livejournal.com/179683.html

Certainly deserves to be included.

Perhaps not as serious as other entries...but my brief rant on how fantasy should not have to mirror history:

http://farseer-lolotea.livejournal.com/23040.html


Elyse Eats Live Octopus

I nominate this one:

http://elysesewell.livejournal.com/78686.html

Or really pretty much any of her posts.

Hm, maybe my "Lily's Terrible, Horrible, No-good, Very Bad Friday" entry? I think it's cute...

It's here.