Blog Fest 2012!

Congrats to our winner, @Fanda_A, who chose to receive a copy of The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald!
The Rules:
1.  Only blog subscribers who fill out The Form will be eligible to win. 
2. One winner will be chosen and will have 72 hours to respond to my comment/e-mail.
3. Entries are open to residents of the planet Earth only. 
4. You must fill out the form completely and accurately.
5. Entries will be accepted until 11PM CST on Sunday, September 30th.  
6. Winner will be chosen at random.

You can earn additional entries (see Entry Form) by:

-Following me on Twitter (@RoofBeamReader)

-Liking my Facebook Page (Click Here)

Must be a subscriber of this blog to win (mandatory entry)

THE PRIZE: Any one book valued at $20 USD or less, to be ordered/shipped from The Book Depository. 
Visit the Next Blogs on the Blog Fest Train:

13 Comments on “Blog Fest 2012!

  1. I’m just curious–does the moon count as part of earth, even though it’s only considered a territory and not an official “state”?


      • *Sigh* BD says they don’t ship to the moon. I bet Moonians can’t vote for president, either.


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