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Start the New Year With Books Contest

Happy 2009 everyone! I hope it's the start to a wonderful year for all. Since I love to read and I love books, there's nothing that makes me happier than getting books. So I'm going to help you out and start your New Year with books!

Each week in January, I will be giving away books. Some books will even been signed copies! At the end of the month, all entries will be put into a drawing for a $15 Amazon Gift Card and a prize pack of books! Drawings will be held on Jan. 9, 16, 23 and 30.

So how do you enter? There's three ways you can enter:

1) Get one entry for following my blog
2) Get one entry for each comment you make on blog posts in January
3) Get two entries for posting about this contest in your blog and sending me an e-mail with the link (greenbeanteenqueen (at) gmail (dot) com

Good luck and Happy New Year!

Comments

  1. Yay!! And I'm already following. :)

    -Lauren

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  2. Great way to start the New Year!

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  3. enter me, please!
    I followed & e-mailed you!

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  4. Hey Bunny, Katie, Sena and Donna!

    Thanks for following-I feel so cool and popular now!:) hee hee

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  5. I'm guessing I'm entered since I am following and commenting?

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  6. You must be the Pied Piper of books! I cannot help but follow - especially if it involves a library :)

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  7. Enter me, I just followed you ^^

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