6.09.2011

Celebrating 400 Giveaway! $25 Gift Certificate to Chapters!

Didn't we just celebrate 300 followers here? I can't believe how awesome you guys are! We've reached 400!! I can't express how joyful you make me every day with your kind comments, fun ideas, and love. You are the reason I do what I do, and you deserve to treat yourself to a little something fun :) 

How does a $25 gift certificate to Chapters sound?! Summer is on it's way, and there is nothing so relaxing as sitting back with a glass of lemonade and a really good book. SO, one lucky reader will win $25 to spend on anything they like at Chapters. Just a small token of my gratitude for all of you. 

*This is open to all Canadian and U.S. residents*

How to enter:
You must be a follower here to be qualified, then just leave a comment telling me the name of your most recent favorite book. I'd love to get some ideas for some new summer reads :) 

More Entries (leave a comment for each additional entry):
  • "Like" my facebook page (a great way to stay up to date on the latest and greatest)
  • Blog, FB, or tweet about the giveaway (just one entry total)
So, that means you can leave up to 3 entries! I will be posting a winner one week from today (June 15th) so that means you need to get your entries in by midnight on June 14th. Good luck!


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22 comments:

My Side of the Story : Jennie's Blog said...

The book I am reading now is Beyonders by Brandon Mull, I loved the Fablehaven series so I thought I would give his new series a try.

Clair said...

My most favorite recent book discovery is the Flavia de Luce series by Alan C Bradley. The first book is called Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie. These are what I call "light" mysteries (nothing gruesome or disturbing.) You can't help but love the main character-- an 11 year old chemist. :)

Clair said...

I'm a fb fan! :)

Marne said...

Clair is right...The Flavia De Luce series is great!

Right now I am reading the $64 Tomato: How one man nearly lost his sanity, spent a fortune, and endured an existential crisis in the quest for the perfect garden.

So funny!

Kristi Beth said...

My most recent favourite is "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society" by Mary Ann Schaffer and Annie Barrows. Such a good read!

Brenbren said...

I think I forgot to tell you, but I posted your printable for the "getting organized week" at

http://therapeuticcrafting.blogspot.com/2011/06/getting-organized-day-2.html

Thanks again! It is lovely!

Kristi said...

I am following you!

Sam Miller said...

I just finished reading "The Help" by Kathryn Stockett. it is a hilarious, can't get it out of my head type of book. I just discovered your blog. I love all your great info!

Faith, Trust, and a Little Pixie Dust said...

Thanks for the opportunity to win. I love to read & I love your blog! I am reading "The Mayor of Casterbridge" by Thomas Hardy. VERY good!

Warmly, Michelle

Gabi said...

I love "the help" by Kathryn Stockett. And most recently "Soul Survivor" by Rudrani Devi fathers_angel@yahoo.ca

Jen said...

i just finished reading Matched by ally condie

Jen said...

i liked your fb page

Andrea said...

Goose Girl by Shannon Hale. I also just read Princess Academy by her, and also very good.

Amy said...

Congrats on 400! You are THAT magnificent!

My most recent finish are the Fablehaven books which I loved. So next up, I'm debating on starting the Beyonders or the Leven Thumps series. Both Brandon Mull and "Obert Skye" are fun writers.

Amy said...

And of course I like you on FB. (I would love you...but that's not an option.)

jeanine said...

I just read The Help and loved it!

Mrs Sobbi said...

I just finished "Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford. It's an incredibly beautiful book. Lots of anachronisms but it doesn't matter because it is so nice to read. The one before that was "Beautiful Assassin" by Michael C White. It is so fantastic and a very interesting read I couldn't put it down!

kathee said...

Yesterday I read The List by Melanie Jacobson. It is a quick read, a sweet little romance but so cute! The main two characters are so witty, I kept laughing out loud at their banter back and forth. It was a perfect, Sunday afternoon, chill out book to read.

kathee said...

I'm a fan on facebook too!!

Pam T. said...

I'm a fan on facebook!

Pam T. said...

I haven't been reading lots lately, but I love the book ideas of the other commentors!

M said...

My New Fav...although its been out for a whil is Hunger Gamae by Suzanne Collins.....I devoured it last night!!!