This Giveaway Has Ended. Congrats to the Winners!
WOW! Roof Beam Reader has officially hit and surpassed the 5,000 subscriber mark! I can’t believe it. Thanks so much to everyone who has signed-up to join me on this literary journey. The past 3+ years have been such an adventure, and I’m glad you’ve all been willing enough, and interested enough, to come along for the ride.
Those who follow me on Twitter and Facebook will know that I have been planning a big giveaway, in the event that this ever happened. I don’t know why “5,000” has been the magic number in my head, but it has been – for quite some time.
So, as a “Thank You” for sticking with me and encouraging me – here’s a little something for you!
1. A $50 Gift Card to Amazon.com OR $50 (USD) worth of books from The Book Depository.
2. A $30 Gift Card to Amazon.com OR $30 worth of books from The Book Depository.
3. A $20 Gift Card to Amazon.com OR $20 worth of books from The Book Depository.
4. Any one book from my personal favorites list, to be shipped from The Book Depository.
Yes, you read this right! There are FOUR winners.
Enter by Completing:
This Form. Giveaway Has Ended
+1 for “Liking” RBR on Facebook.
+1 for Leaving a Comment on this Post with your favorite book of 2013 (so far!).
–Must be an e-mail or WordPress subscriber.
–Must be 13+ with parental permission if under 18.
–Winners must respond to e-mail within 48-hours or new winner selected.
–Winners chosen randomly through Random.org
-Giveaway ends at 10pm Central Time (USA) on Sunday, June 30th. (Giveaway Closed)
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