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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Christmas Gifts


I know. I know. Thanksgiving isn't even here yet, and I'm on about Christmas, but let's face it these few weeks between now and December 25th are winged and involve jet propulsion.

I just happen to have a lovely autographed copy of L.K. Madigan's Flash Burnout and one of Breathing by Cheryl Herbsman.  I'm  willing to part with these great books, but only because I have my own copies.

So here's the deal: You can win Flash Burnout between now and December 1st.  Whoever does the most interesting linked posts to this offer and tweets ever-so-succinctly, but well, can have L.K's  book by early December.

You can win Breathing between December 2nd and December 15th by doing the same kind of linked posts and tweets. You'll have Cheryl's book before Christmas.

Just leave a comment on this post with the URL(s) for your posts. DM me on Twitter whenever you do a Tweet (@cleemckenzie).

Oh wait! There's more. I still have two pewter horse bookmarks and those will be my runner up prizes. 

The judges from previous contests are eager and ready to start doing judge stuff again, and they remain as impartial as ever, unless you can smuggle chocolate frosted cream puffs in somehow. Ahem. I'm not above that kind of bribe myself . . . No! Wrong!

12 comments:

  1. Oh! This looks good....and fun, too.

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  2. What a great idea! This looks like a fun contest. Wonder how you smuggle cream puffs through the internet. Hmm. How do you think the judges would feel about a virtual cookie instead?

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  3. After all the cream puffs, virtual food is good.

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  4. Hi! I followed you over from Market My Words. Great Site! :) I wish I could have been with you at Books Inc. - sounds fabulous!
    www.shannonkodonnell.blogspot.com

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  5. Nan, I applaud your efforts, but my hefty cream puff bribe has already been accepted. I'm so sorry. Good luck to everyI'MGOINGTOWINone!

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  6. Mike is behaving badly, but we'll forgive him this time. The judges love his baked goods.

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  7. Thanks for the contest. I've got my copy of Flash Burnout, though, so I abstain from this round. Would the judges accept eclairs from France instead?

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  8. It was very interesting for me to read this blog. Thank you for it. I like such topics and anything that is connected to this matter. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

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  9. Nice blog. Christmas season is almost here. As early as now I am starting to make a list of the persons I am going to give Christmas gifts.

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  11. Lovely Contest! Have some cream puffs *hands over the puffs unwillingly*

    I will be in Yosemite December 1st... *cries* hiking in cold is icky.

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  12. Nice post... Looks like solid state memory is finally beginning to become more popular. Hopefully we'll start seeing decreasing solid-state drive prices real soon. Five dollar 32 gigabyte SDs for your DS flash card... imagine that!

    (Submitted by BPost for R4i Nintendo DS.)

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