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August PayPal #Giveaway

I've been doing this monthly giveaway for a long time now. Most of you have entered and some of you have won, more than once even. I do this giveaway as an appreciation to you, the readers. Might not be much, but it is enough to get an ebook, or put it towards something you really, really want. My way of giving back.

For the most part, you know how this works. You enter and if you win, you get cash to your Paypal account. However, I am going to touch base on the rules for the newcomers and people who may have overlooked them.


  1. You MUST have a PayPal account before you enter. 
  2. You MUST be able to accept international funds. (Some of you who enter live on the other side of the world. If you do not have your account set up to receive INTL funds, you cannot receive the prize.)
  3. You MUST answer the mandatory question when you enter. (I ask for your country of residence in the comments. No comment means automatic disqualification.)
  4. You MUST reply back within the specified time if you win. (I re-draw the next day from that date.)

That's it, and believe me, I'm not asking anything outrageous so if you can't comply, don't enter. I do check every entry on every giveaway. Cheaters are not winning my hard earned cash.

Congrats to last month's winner, Belinda!

So now that I have re-established what the rules are, and the hoops I expect you to jump through for 5 bucks, let's get on with the giveaway.

Good luck!

1 winner

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  1. Hello, I reside in the United States :).

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  2. USA! Thanks for the giveaway :-)

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  3. I reside in the USA

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  4. I live in El Salvador

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