Monday, May 18, 2015

Monday Madness 14

 

Come win an Amazon Gift card!!!
Open Internationally as long as you can use an Amazon eCard


 Prize value will vary based on entries.

Contestants may earn 12 points the first day and 11 points each day after so it is easy for the entry points to add up.

Everyone's entry points will total together to increase the value of the prize
10-200 points = $10 Gift Card
201-500 points = $20 Gift Card
501-750 points = $30 Gift Card
751-1000 points = $40 Gift Card
1001+ = $50 Gift Card

For every addition 250 entries over 1001 I will draw additional winners to win a $10 gift card Each.


Example: Rafflecopter shows 2402 entries total
Then 1 winner will get $50 and I will draw 5 more times for $10 gift cards each time.

So the more you enter and share about this giveaway the better the prize!

I will check that each entry is valid and action is complete on the day of entry.  False entries will be removed from the rafflecopter prior to winners being drawn.  Anyone found entering false entries will be disqualified. For shares/tweets to count, they must be original.  To retweeting, etc counts.  


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21 comments:

  1. Thanks for the giveaway! I actually like reading reviews because it saves me from reading books I would not be interested in or it helps me find books that I am interested in. :)

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  2. I'm not a fan of reviews that give everything away, ya know? I dont mind a few spoilers but I've read books where its almost chapter by chapter telling me everything. I always thought those reviews were more like sparknotes.

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  3. As long as a review is honest and doesn't give away any spoilers I am happy. I just like to know how a reviewer truly feels about the book.

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  4. Sometimes I just want to know if the person liked the book or not. But don't give me too many spoilers.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. I don't mind a few spoilers and I like it when the blogger has a paragraph of things they liked about the book and one of things they didn't. Then I can decide for myself if the likes outweigh the dislikes, or vice versa.

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  6. I don't mind a few spoilers and I like it when the blogger has a paragraph of things they liked about the book and one of things they didn't. Then I can decide for myself if the likes outweigh the dislikes, or vice versa.

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  7. I like seeing gifs in reviews! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  8. I don't really like when people don't warn they are going to spoil something. I don't really mind spoilers because they don't tell you how something happens and part of the best parts of reading is the getting there!

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  9. Like a lot of others have mentioned, I don't mind spoilers but put a warning at the beginning of the review (e.g. COULD CONTAIN SPOILERS). I really want to know what a reviewer liked or/and disliked

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  10. I love reviews that have everything structured like this: about the hero, about the heroine, about the story, thoughts in general etc :)
    I also love spoilers so I can never get enough about the story and or book

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  11. In reviews, I like seeing a 2 to 3 word general recap of what the book is about. (Genre, age aimed, basic plot.)

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  12. in reviews i dont like when its doesnt say may contain spoilers, i like when reviews say whats the genre of the book and the synopses of the book, the starts u gave, i also like seeing reaction with gifs in the reviews too :P thanks for the giveaway

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  13. I don't like very longs reviews,I like when review don't reveals too much,and read reviews after reading the book :)

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  14. I have a pet peeve with reviews that giveaway to much information about a book I want to read.

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  15. sometimes to many spoilers! - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  16. I do not like reviews that contain SPOILERS! Even when the review has "spoilers" labeled, I do not want to accidentally read something.

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  17. I like shorter reviews that don't contain any spoilers or at least warn you that least warn you that spoilers are ahead. Also, I like when reviews include star ratings. They help me decide if I want to read the review when I am short on time.

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  18. I'm not for reviews that give way too much info about the book. I prefer a more generalized review than too many specifics because it kind of ruins the book for me.

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  19. I generally don't read reviews until I've finished the book so I don't see spoilers or have it affect my opinions

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  20. I like seeing what the author really thinks... i depend on them when making some buying decisions.

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  21. I appreciate knowing if a book works as a standalone, but I hate spoilers!

    --Trix, vitajex(at)aol(Dot)com

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