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Birthday Giveaway

In honor of my birthday, I'm planning a giveaway to blog readers.

The prize: $40 gift certificate to the bookstore of the winner's choice

How to enter: Leave comments on this blog and my personal blog ( between now and Monday, February 22, at 5:00 p.m. CST. Each comment counts as one entry, with the only limit being one comment per person per blog posting, please.

How the prize will be awarded: I'll have my daughter draw the winner!

Check back to see the announcement of the prize winner on my fortieth birthday, February 23rd.


Hagelrat said…
what a lovely contest. Have a very happy birthday and I would love to be entered.
StephanieD said…
Yay! Happy Birthay! Mine's coming up next too (next week). Aquarians rule!
Violet said…
Many many happy returns of the day!!!
Carol said…
Happy Birthday from a fellow (but much older!) fellow librarian :)
how fun, happy birthday!

Any chance (if you haven't yet) you could check out this post and enter the giveaway? It would mean a TON for my family (full details there):

lauren51990 AT aol DOT com
Mystica said…
Have a very happy birthday. I would love to be entered if you are allowing overseas readers.

All--Thanks so much for the birthday greetings. I love birthdays!!!

StephanieD--I'm a Pisces, right on the cusp between the two, but Aquarians are still cool. LOL

Mystica--Absolutely. The contest is open to everyone.

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