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Blogoversary Bash #Win the Book of Your Choice

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Happy blogoversary to me
Happy blogoversary to me
Happy blogoversary, Freda's Voice
Happy blogoversary to me!

Now let's eat cake. Just not carrot cake. I'm still turned off from yesterday, but that's a story for a different time. Right now I would like to fill you in on something. Yesterday, August 2nd, was the 6 year blogoversary for this site.
Yup.
And this bad boy has come a long way, lemme tell ya.
What started out as a place to put my thoughts on books expanded into a lifestyle blog, that books seem to still dominate over. That's okay with me though. I LOVE books. I also love other things to, which is why the switch over time.
After all this time, the way I want to celebrate is by giving back to you, the wonderful readers. The prize is never anything spectacular, I am on a limited budget, but you get choice. We all love choice.
So here's what you do.......
Head to Amazon.com. Find a print or ebook that is valued under ten bucks, and come back to enter. It's that easy. I'm serious.

Open to US & Canada
1 winner gets a choice of print or ebook from Amazon.com, valued $10 or less.
Good luck!


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**No compensation was received for posting. This post is for the blogoversary of this site. This site is responsible for the prize shipment, which is directly from Amazon. Opinions and photos are owned by this site.

Comments

  1. Happy six years! What an accomplishment! If I were choosing right now, I think I'd pick A Breath of Snow and Ashes, mass market, or a new cozy!

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  2. Has it been 6 years already?!! Congratulations!!

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    1. White Stallion of Lipizza by Marguerite Henry Hardcover used

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  3. congrats on your blogiversary! I would probably choose a book by Druon

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  4. you should edit the link you put to vote on picket fence, the link is not working, it says 502 bad gateway

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    1. Thanks for reminding me to remove it. Their site is down.

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  5. Congratulations!! <3 I'd probably pick one of the few graphic novels I have my eye on right now!

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  6. I just signed up for your giveaway. When you hopped over to my blog and mentioned that you also have a blogoversary you didn't add your e-mail. Were you interested in being part of the giveaway?
    http://headfullofbooks.blogspot.com/2015/08/blogoversary-give-away-enter-to-win.html

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    1. Nope, just commenting. Thank you though!

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  7. Happy blogoversary! Maybe a paranormal; not sure yet

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  8. Happy blogversary, Freda! 6 years is a fantastic milestone :) So glad I found your blog, it's been fun!! I would probably choose Then Came You by Jill Shalvis (mass market paperback) to complete my Animal Magnetism collection...well until the next one releases! lol

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  9. I might choose IF YOU ONLY KNEW by Kristan Higgins. Happy Blogoversary!

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  10. Happy Blogoversary! I would choose The Race to Paris or The Sound of Glass, maybe? :)

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  11. I would probably pick The Veil by Chloe Neill.

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  12. Happy Blogversary, Freda!! This is such a hard question, it's so hard to decide with so many great authors and books I want to fill my bookshelves with. Right now, I'm leaning towards a book by Julie Anne Long

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  13. Happy Blogoversary! Maybe Passenger? Thanks for the giveaway!
    Ann S

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