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Splash Into Summer Giveaway

The wonderful Bonnie at A Backwards Story is hosting an all mermaid event called Splash Into Summer. If you haven't already checked it out, you should. Pronto. There have been several guest posts *clears throat* including one by yours truly. Along with my guest post about Weeki Wachee Springs--The ONLY city of live mermaids-- I will be giving away a LIMITED EDITION Weeki Wachee Springs mermaid calendar. It's  a 2011 calendar. I know, 2011 is halfway gone, but it's still pretty awesome. I'm using mine to make awesome mermaid pictures in my study. Frame the images from the old months, and presto. Instant mermaid photography. It's got a cool retro feel, so that makes it even more fun.

If you're interested in entering the contest, just fill out the form below. One lucky winner will get a mermaid calendar in the mail. Contest ends July 12th. US entries only, please. I'm poor and can't afford international shipping. Blame it on the economy. Or the three year old with an apparent tape worm.

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  1. WOO!! Awesome giveaway! Haha..I loved the question at the end of the form..hmmmm I wonder which one it could be..hmmm...haha! :)
    Thanks again for hosting such a fun giveaway..and I'm going over to A Backwords Story to check out your guest post right away! :D
    Happy Reading!
    ~Harpreet
    xoxo

    http://booksforteens6212.blogspot.com/

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