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Friday, July 8, 2011

1st Giveaway! Triangles by Ellen Hopkins (ARC)!

Are you ready?

                                                 Are you?

                    Are you sure?

                                                                   Really

Really
                                      Really
                                                Sure?

Well, you should be, because all of you lovely following folks have the chance to win the fabulous, super awesome, spiffilicious ARC of Triangles by Ellen Hopkins!

Wait...what is it you say? You're not a follower yet?! Well, what are you waiting for? Follow for your chance to win! Wooohooo!

Entering the giveaway is easy. As you probably know by now, (and if you don't, you can find out by reading my review), Triangles is about three women finding themselves through the chaos of their middle-aged lives through the relationships they form or the hobbies they undertake.

So in the spirit of learning, I would like you all to:
1) be a follower
2) leave a comment the most important thing you've learned about yourself through either writing or reading or some other artsy medium
This will give you 1 raffle ticket

For additional tickets:
3) tweet about the giveaway (+2)
4) blog about the giveaway or leave a link on your blog (+2)
5) leave a facebook status about the giveaway (+2)

 Giveaway ends Wednesday, July 13th at 11:59pm! Good luck!

<3 Gina Blechman

(P.S. Unfortunately, this giveaway is only open to folks in the US. Sorry!)

7 comments:

  1. Hmm, this sounds like my kind of book. I wish I'd seen this sooner :( I'll put it on my TBR list.

    Have a good weekend Gina.

    .........dhole

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  2. The most important thing, huh? I guess I've learned that children aren't the only ones who can use their imagination. The book looks great. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  3. This sounds an interesting book, so sorry this giveaway is not open to International! Anyway I'll add it to my TBR list.

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  4. Writing has taught me to appreciate fine editing instead of taking it for granted that books will always be perfect. It takes a lot of damned work to get a book tot his point lol.

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  5. Awesome!

    I've learned to repeatedly keep uping the ante of what I thought I was capable of. Every time I thought I hit a ceiling, I had a break through and improved. Bizarre. LOL!

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  6. Triangles deals with many heavy issues such as commitment, betrayal, adultery, and alcoholism. These three women learn that every choice they make will bring consequences that connect to these issues in some way. With alternating narrators, readers will be sucked into this powerful read, and will experience the many issues present in today's society through the eyes of these women.

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