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100 Follower Giveaway

In honor of my blog finally reaching 100 followers AND my awesome trip to the IRA Convention, I am hosting my very first giveaway. Hooray!

To enter this giveaway all you have to do is leave me a comment (you can e-mail me your contact information) on the giveaway post. I'm not fancy enough to have a Google Doc form. (Maybe next time!) The contest will run from now (May 14th) until June 1, 2011. All followers (current and new) will automatically get an extra entry. You don't have to be a follower to enter, but it sure does help your chances of winning!

Wondering what I'm giving away? Well, for now I'm giving away these books:

1 copy of Damned (book #2 in the Crusade series) by Nancy Holder & Debbie Viguie. This is an ARC. The book is not scheduled to be published until August 2011.

1 copy of Mercy by Rebecca Lim. This is also an ARC, but the book comes out this month.

1 signed copy of Sinful by Sarah Dailey & Staci Weber. This also includes a signed postcard from the authors.

Plus *surprises*.... I have other goodies to include with the books!


  1. Congrats on getting 100 followers! You are on your way now! :)

  2. Awesome lady! Congrats!!

  3. Congrats on 100!! :D


  4. Congratulations on reaching 100!

  5. Congrats on 100. Hope you get many more.

  6. Congratulations on the 100 followers! I hope you get many more. :)


  7. Thanks for hosting this and good luck to everyone! I'm okay with leaving my email, because I have left it all over the internet by now and I can spot a scam/spam a mile away lol. So, no worries. I can be reached at moonkat11(at)yahoo(dot)com and I appreciate the chance to win this awesome prize pack! I hope I do and I can see what other goodies you are including! :)

    -Sandra from

  8. CONGRATS on the 100+ followers :). Thanks for giving us a chance to win. You can reach me at bookandlatte(at)gmail(dot)com.


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