Saturday, September 3, 2011

Celebrating turning two this month --- with some giveaways!!!!

Two with Cake    Officially, this blog doesn't turn two until the end of September, but I'm so happy to get to September (after enduring the summer, especially some of the super-hot weather that August brought with it), that I thought I'd do an early giveaway or two.   Maybe more.


So, to celebrate this nice long weekend, I thought I'd have a giveaway ----   3 books (the links will take you to more info on GoodReads):  

* a signed copy of Solid by Shelley Workinger 
* an ARC of The Devil's Kiss by Sarwat Chadda

* an ARC of Rage: A Love Story by Julie Anne  Peters


and I'll throw in a few bookmarks, as well.


Rules:  U.S. only for this one please (because I'm a bit strapped right now)   I'll end this giveaway on Wednesday, September 7 at midnight (CST).   To enter the random drawing for the giveaway, please leave a comment and your email address (so I can find you if you win).   Following not required, although always appreciated.


I'll have more giveaways during September, just because I feel like it -- so if this one doesn't sound that interesting, keep your eye out for another.


Happy September, everyone!!!

5 comments:

Vidisha said...

Wow..sounds great.....thanks for the giveaway!!!
Have heard good things about solid. :D
gfc follower

vidishamun at gmail dot com

ladyvampire said...

Congratulations on turning two. Happy Blogoversary in advance to you. And I love the books choices. Especially Devil's Kiss which I have never heard of before but I love the cover and blurb.
GFC: LadyVampire2u

LadyVampire2u AT gmail DOT com

LindsayWrites said...

thank you!!! i follow!!!

americangirlie1991 at yahoo dot com

Teacher/Learner said...

Congrats on your blogoversary :)

Amanda Makepeace said...

Happy (early) Blogoversary! :D

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