‘Reader’s Digest’ Wants the ‘Reader’s Digest’ Version of Your Life


By Tonya Garcia Comment

Reader’s Digest has launched “Your Life… The Reader’s Digest Version,” a campaign that asks readers to send in their autobiography in 150 words or less, complete with advice or a life lesson. The contest is hosted by the magazine’s Facebook page and is tied to a series of books of the same name.

Glee’s Jane Lynch, the spokesperson for the campaign, submitted the first entry, which is actually a touching summary of her life to this point, ending with: “The journey has taught me to trust in life, and to stay open to the unexpected, because life is about recognizing the path, not knowing the way.”

You can vote for her story (of course, it’s among the most popular submissions so far), but the $25,000 grand prize will likely go to someone who isn’t already hosting the Emmys.