Power Line Book Of The Year

My partners in the Northern Alliance have always pushed the boundaries of the blogosphere, and have never been a trio inclined to rest on their laurels. Power Line has now launched a new effort — and they have audaciously set their sights at the top of the publishing award world:

We will shortly be announcing our selection of the Power Line book of the year (2007). Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous benefactor, a contribution of $25,000 will be made in honor of the author to Soldiers’ Angels, thus giving the award a larger financial component than any of the major book awards. By comparison, the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Critics Circle awards provide for a $10,000 payment to the winning authors.

John, Scott, and Paul want to start highlighting the work of conservative authors and publicizing their efforts. Keep an eye out for more on their selection and the event that will honor a stalwart among conservatives.

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