Category: Giveaway Hop

Guest Post: Kathe Koja, Author of Under the Poppy! (#OthersLitLGBT)

Ladies & Gents: I am pleased to introduce to you the incredibly interesting, devastatingly talented, wholly terrific author of my favorite read of 2011, Kathe Koja! Kathe is here today to celebrate The Literary Others and to talk a bit about her book, Under the Poppy; more… Continue Reading “Guest Post: Kathe Koja, Author of Under the Poppy! (#OthersLitLGBT)”

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… Continue Reading “Blog Fest 2012!”

Banned Books Week: Giveaway Hop!

One Lucky Follower Will Win: Any book of his/her choosing FROM THIS LIST, up to $20 USD, to be shipped from The Book Depository. *Note: Books offered are from the Top 10 Most Challenged lists, 2001-2011. This Giveaway is Open to any location where The… Continue Reading “Banned Books Week: Giveaway Hop!”

Summer Giveaway Hop! (Aug 1-7)

One Lucky Follower Will Win: Any book of his/her choosing, up to $20 USD, from The Book Depository If Roof Beam Reader hits 4,000+ subscribers by the end of the Hop, a second prize will be added.  Wow! We did it! 4,101 followers …… Continue Reading “Summer Giveaway Hop! (Aug 1-7)”

Don’t Miss It Monday!

Hi, Folks! I’m not typically one for monthly or weekly “recap” posts, but there is SO MUCH happening at RBR.net this month and this summer, that I thought it would be a good idea to put it all together in one post and remind everyone… Continue Reading “Don’t Miss It Monday!”

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