To enter, post a comment on ANY of my nearly 250 blog posts. Each post is worth an entry into the contest. A second way you can enter is join paperbackswap.com (make sure you follow one of my links to do it, so you get credit for doing it!) and list 10 books available to trade (sorry, this way to enter is only for US residents). New followers on Twitter from now until the end of the contest will also be entered to win.
Once the Facebook page reaches 1000 "likes" the contest will begin. I will select one winner randomly at random times until the prizes run out. Since there are a few ways to enter that might require a day or two to complete, I anticipate the giveaway to be going on for a few days. I will tweet winner's name (which will then automatically show up on the Facebook page, since that's the way I have it set up). The winner will then need to email me with their prize pick and mailing info. One prize per person please. Prizes are awarded in order of emails received, not name drawn so you'll want to email me as soon as possible to make sure someone else doesn't snatch up the prize you want!
Here are the prizes currently available. More may be added at any time before the end of the contest if someone offers them up and I will update this page to reflect the prizes that have already been claimed:
Allure of Hearth and Home: The smaller dream catcher (the one with a large red stone on the webbing) is a six inch circle. The larger dream catcher is 9 inches wide by 7 inches tall, and because of the size and tension, it's slightly warped - intentionally so - in a very pleasing manner. When set flat on a table, the side of the catcher curl up like a flower petal. (When requesting, please specify which dream catcher you'd prefer. Shipping only within the US please)
Books (please note: these are all used, in varying states from "like new" to borderline "good"):
The Cereal Lover's Cookbook: Fun, easy recipes for every occasion, made with your favorite ready-to-eat cereals by Lauren Chattman: In The Cereal Lover's Cookbook, the great American staple comes out of the kitchen cabinet and goes into delicious recipes for everything from baked goods and snacks to salads, soups, and main dishes. There are more than fifty homestyle dishes to choose from, such as mustard-dill salmon fillets with a crispy corn flake crust, jam-filled muffins with a Grape Nuts® streusel topping, blueberry parfaits with layers of Fruit Loops®, and even meatloaf made with Wheaties®. All of your favorite cereals are here—Cap'n Crunch®, Cheerios®, Kix®, Special K, and more—adding crunch and pizzazz to recipes that are easy to make and hard to resist.
ways to conquer the need to collect tips on handling interruptions--the "hidden destroyers" creating a time-saving personal planning notebook that will stop you from looking for things or forgetting events
Feed Your Kids Right: Dr. Smith's program for your child's total health by Lendon Smith, M.D.: Illness, hyperactivity, and even stress can be prevented if your child eats right. Lendon Smith, M.D.--"The Choldren's Doctor"--has developed a complete, yet easy-to-follow, nutritional program that insures your child's physical and mental well-being from infancy through adolescence. At the core of the program is the "Prevention Diet," a general plan for eating that eliminates the "antinutrients"--foods that have been packaged, processed, added to, stabilized, colored, or preserved. With his five health profiles, Dr. Smith shows how to recognize any fluctuations in your child's condition. He also urges the use of vitamin supplements--clearly explaining the function of each vitamin and mineral--to counter such troubles as short attention-spans, skin rashes, muscle cramps, chronic colds, and allergies. Dr. Smith's comprehensive plan addresses the total health of your child.
You Can Be a Super Quilter!: a teach-yourself manual for beginners by Carla J. Hassel: Create beautiful pillows, Christmas decorations, hot pads, placemats, bazaar items, and heirloom quality quilts that will be prized by your family and friends!