Giveaway

Amazon.com Giveaway…woo hoo!

Alright readers, it’s finally time for another giveaway! I started in May with the intention of having a giveaway on the first of every month, but things happened in the job department and I wasn’t able to offer additional giveaways. However, by a lucky circumstance (ok, my obsessive internet usage and Swagbucks), I am able to offer up a $10 amazon.com gift card to one lucky participant!

The rules are simple: just comment on this blog with the title of your FAVORITE book by 11:59 PM on August 7th, 2011 (Sunday). Don’t forget to include a valid email address where I can send the gift card.

A winner will be chosen at random and announced at 10:00 AM (PST) on August 8th, 2011 (Next Monday).

Good luck!

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26 thoughts on “Amazon.com Giveaway…woo hoo!

  1. Ooo Giveaways are fun!

    My favorite book, wow that would be so hard to choose just one…

    One of my all time favorites is Pride & Prejudice. I simply adore Jane Austen and its my favorite go to book after I have read everything in my house.

    I signed up for swagbucks but haven’t really figured it out.

  2. My favorite book changes frequently, right now it is “Les Miserables” because that is what I am in the middle of reading and I am loving it! Love your blog too, by the way, I found it through the Free Homeschooling 101 facebook page 🙂

  3. I will go with the first that came to mind, since there are many, many favorites. “The Secret Garden.” By the way, Becky, I just have to tell you (because I am a mush-head who believes it’s better to say these things, even though I usually feel silly and regret it later), that you inspire me. MWAH!

  4. The Hobbit!
    I’m reading it (for the 100th time) to my kids. I grew up reading it and love that we can share it as a family.

  5. A Mother’s Rule of Life is one of my favorite..I have too many too list of course, but this one is the most beneficial as a Homeschooling parent. Thanks for the opportunity!

  6. Favorite book? There are so many. The Bible sort of goes without saying, so I won’t count that one. I reorganized shelves yesterday and found a book that I loved as a child — The Robe by Lloyd Douglas. It’s set during Roman Empire when Jesus was alive. It’s great historical fiction.

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