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Win Geektastic

Ok, remember the other week when I posted about how much of a geek I am and really really really wanted to read Geektastic?

Well, the awesome Brooke Taylor is holding a giveaway for all us geeks to win an ARC of the book! Check it out here and embrace your inner geek.

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  1. ROTFL at your wedding plans (in a good way)! Not to give you any ideas or anything, but one of my friends has a very large, very detailed tattoo of the Enterprise on the inside of her thigh. Oh, what the geek boys will do for her...

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  2. I love your wedding plans. The book idea is amazing. It's like friends marking up a book, but not ABOUT the book. It still works and I swear I want to steal your idea...you know, whenever I happen to get married. lol But seriously, I love it all. So awesome.

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  3. Oh goodness, you have made my homework-filled night. Thanks for letting us know about this!

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  4. You got something at my blog! (:

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  5. "Instead of one guest book, we're placing books we loved growing up on each table and having everyone at that table write us a message inside"

    Yes--this is an amazing idea!!

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