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{August 1, 2011}   Recently Released Giveaway Goodness #3 August 2011

It’s that time again! For no other reason than that I like giveaways… we’re onto the third Recently Released Giveaway Goodness giveaway!

 

Interested? Of course you are! I’m offering ONE lucky winner one of these novels:

 

All of these novels have just recently released. I’ve included my reviews below to help you pick the novel you’d like to win.

This is an INTERNATIONAL giveaway from the book depository, but you need to make sure they send to your country before entering–check here.

All you have to do is enter your name and email to win, but there are extra entries options if you’re interested!

To enter you must:

-Be 13 years or older (or have parent/guardian permission)
-Fill in the form with your name and email (extra entries optional)

Click this ENTRY FORM to enter!

This contest is open internationally and will end at 11:59pm EST on August 31st. Please only enter once. The winner will be announced on this page on the 1st of September, and will receive email notification! Please read my giveaway policy and leave me a comment!

Winners: TBA on 9/1

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This looks awesome! Would you consider shipping to South Korea in the future? Love the look of your site :)

I am a new book blogger, check out my blog when you can!

Jen

http://bookwormcastle.wordpress.com/



Sarah says:

Thanks for an awesome giveaway, and more, for even doing it internationally!



Thanks for the giveaway!! xo



Karen says:

WOW! Thank you so much for this awesome giveaway and making it internationall!!



Julie Witt says:

An amazing giveaway! Thanks so much for it :)



Thank you for the chance to win!



Mary Preston says:

This is very generous thank you!!



+JMJ+

Thanks for the giveaway! =) On the strength of your review of The Vespertine, it was what I picked on the list. A Historical Paranormal that ties the supernatural elements to the occult fascination of the age? Sounds great! =D

(It’s too bad about Smuggled not living up to its potential, though. I know what you mean about Historical novels that gloss over what seems really important.)



frinda florentine says:

thanks for Giveaway and making it internationally



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