Friday, October 22, 2010

Almost time for a giveaway.... but first, a question.......

I do believe my new blog design is almost ready to be unveiled, so a celebration is definitely in order.   And, I passed my one-year blogoversary at the end of September.  And, it was my birthday earlier this month.   And..... October is my most favorite month.

it's all fun and games until someone gets stuffed in a teapot....
So I do think it's time for a giveaway or two.  I have books and some fun little things.....    but I have a question.     I sometimes buy extra copies of books I like from library sales ..... would anyone object to receiving a gently used, withdrawn library book in a prize pack?   I only choose ones in near-perfect condition......

Curious to see what your thoughts are.  Thanks!

6 comments:

Little Miss Becky : ) said...

I wouldn't mind, I get tons of books in great condition from library book sales. The book inside is still the same, right? :) I would just be sure to clearly state the condition of the book when you list your prizes. I, personally, wouldn't hesitate to enter if it was a book I wanted to read!

Tammy said...

A prize is a prize! Or should I say a book is a book! lol! Obviously I don't mind in the least!

BookQuoter said...

I just gave away books I bought from my Used library bookstore and a lot of people entered, so I think it's okay.

WonderBunny said...

Free books are free books so I don't think I'd mind either.

Jo said...

Thanks for everyone's comments --- I'll try to get the giveaway post up soon! :)

Sherry said...

I think used books are great. Recycle, reuse, share.

You are cordially invited to add a link to your book reviews for the week at my Saturday Review of Books at Semicolon. It's a sort of round-up of bloggers' book reviews each week on Saturday:
http://www.semicolonblog.com/?p=11766

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