What is a Florin you ask?
The Florin* derives from the city of Florence in Italy and frequently refers to the gold coin (Fiorino D'oro) struck in 1252.
At Angie's Diary we have revived it for your benefit. It's our way of thanking you for being a loyal reader and contributor.
How does it work?:
Earn Florins every time you log in, give or receive comments, or contribute an article. Although you can't spend them at the supermarket, you can use them to advertise & promote your books and publications on our rapidly growing E-Zine.
You're an Author and you want to let readers know about your books,
or you have a manuscript you want to see published.
- Free exclusive Book of the Week edition (1000 Florins.)
- Use Angie's Florins to get an evaluation of your book and, possibly, a recommendation by Angie's Diary to one of our associated publishing houses
- Earn three months of advertising for your book or major publication
- Get your name on our Top Contributors List
- Become Angie's next Author of the Month
- 5 Florins just for becoming a member of our growing family of writers and readers
- 5 Florins each time you post
- 1 Florin for each comment you make
- 1 Florin for each comment you receive
- 1 Florin for every day you log in
Start earning Florins now to promote and advertise your work.
It's easy, it's free, and it's fun.
Ranking & Rewards:
- 1000 Florins will buy you a Free exclusive Book of the Week edition
- 1000 Florins will buy you an evaluation of your book and, possibly, a recommendation by Angie's Diary to one of our associated publishing houses
- Our Top 10 Contributors receive an advertisement for their book or major publication rotating on this magazine for the period of three months (value US$ 348.00.), you can already see several of them around
- Future Author of the Month Awards will be granted to one of our Top 20 Authors
When logged in, you can see your personal ranking and our
Top 10 Contributors in the mid-sidebar of every single post and page.
Earn an extra 25 Florins?
You have to be logged in to use this feature!
* This money format was borrowed in other countries and the word Florin was used,
for example, in relation to the Dutch guilder.