Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Enter to WIN the Girly Books Blog Hop GRAND PRIZE HERE!



Hello, my little blog hoppers!

I hope you've all been hopping around to the various blogs participating in this hop because there are some truly terrific prizes to be claimed, not to mention some fun and fascinating blog posts to read!

Now hold onto your hats because here's what you'll get if you win the Girly Books Grand Prize:


  • A copy of Around the World in 80 Dates (your choice of format) and a $20 Starbucks card courtesy of Christa Banister
  • Three e-books from Natalie-Nicole Bates for her books: Change of Address, Back to You and See Me
  • An e-book copy of Sign of the Times from Susan Buchanan
  • An e-book copy of The Curious Bookshop and some bookmarks courtesy of Jennifer Chambers
  • A $15 B&N gift certificate from Laura Chapman
  • A PDF of The Cinderella Substitute from Nell Dixon
  • A $25 Amazon gift card courtesy of Carmen Falcone, author of A Vengeful Affair
  • An e-book copy of Fourteen Days Later from Sibel Hodge
  • An autographed copy of Grace Unexpected from Gale Martin
  • An autographed copy of Binding Arbitration and some bookmarks from Elizabeth Marx
  • Some fun Fashioning a Romance swag (bookmarks, magnets, etc.) from yours truly, Libby Mercer
  • A $10 Kobo gift certificate from Nash Nordon
  • Some delicious German chocolates from Savannah Page, author of When Girlfriends Make Choices
  • An e-book copy of Forever & Ever, Amen from Liv Rancourt
  • An e-book copy of Always & Forever by Chantel Rhondeau
  • An e-book copy of Winter of the Passion Flower courtesy of Annie Seaton
  • And last, but certainly not least, a $15 Amazon gift card courtesy of Julie Valerie

Not too shabby, huh? I only wish I could enter the giveaway! Here's a peek at the covers of all the books in the Grand Prize kitty:



Good luck, everyone! I'm afraid that only US residents will be able to win the grand prize this time around. Next time I'll make sure we've got a couple of different options so we don't have to exclude anyone. Thanks for hopping and be sure to check out all the posts on the Linky list. There are prizes galore and loads of truly terrific posts too!

Love,
Libby


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43 comments:

  1. Libby, this looks great. The trouble is, I'm not really sure how it works. I think it's a blog hop for authors, right. To enter, you have to offer a prize yourself. It is a great idea for published authors.

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    1. Oh, no. Not at all. But the giveaway doesn't officially open for another hour and 40 minutes. Hope you check back. :-)

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  2. Thanks Libby for organizing this Blog Hop! I pulled this quote about location off Goodreads; thought I’d share. I’m really enjoying everyone’s posts and blogs. This is fun! – Julie Valerie, @JBValerie, Blogs on julievalerie.com Blog title: “Chick Lit Chit Chat” Sub-title: a gleeful gallop through the chick lit genre

    Here's the quote:

    “It was [Robert Louis] Stevenson, I think, who most notably that there are some places that simply demand a story should be told of them. ...After all, perhaps Stevenson had only half of the matter. It is true there are places which stir the mind to think that a story must be told about them. But there are also, I believe, places which have their story stored already, and want to tell this to us, through whatever powers they can; through our legends and lore, through our rumors, and our rites. By its whispering fields and its murmuring waters, by the wailing of its winds and the groaning of its stones, by what it chants in darkness and the songs it sings in light, each place must reach out to us, to tell us, tell us what it holds. ("The Axholme Toll")”
    ― Mark Valentine, The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror 21

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    1. You are so welcome, Julie! And thanks so much for posting this cool quote! :-)

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  3. Wow, you have worked soooooo hard pulling this together. Starbucks and books - what a dream combo :)

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    1. LOL. Yeah, after Monday I think I'm going to get myself a chai tea from Starbucks, grab a book and take a day off. :-)

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  4. Whoo, fantastic! This is going to be fun--thank you so much!

    vitajex(at)aol(dot)com

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    1. The Emma Kaufmann link is broken; thought someone should know...

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    2. You are so welcome! And thanks so much for hopping too.

      Sigh, I do know about Emma's link and a few of the others aren't working either. I've tried to fix this, but the linky list seems to be set in stone. Sorry everyone. I'll make a note of this in Rafflecopter but the "post on everyone's blog" option will obviously not need to include blogs that don't have a post up.

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  5. I'd love to read many of these books :-)

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    1. Yay! Me too. I've read quite a few of them, but they're all on my list. Thanks so much for hopping!

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  6. How exciting...always looking for new authors to read!

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    1. Excellent! And I must say there are some seriously fabulous authors involved in this hop. I'm in good company. :-) Thanks for hopping!

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  7. What a contest! So many authors and bloggers supporting each other. I love it!

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    1. I'm so glad you're enjoying it, RoadWarriorMama! It continues to amaze me what a fabulously supportive community this is! :-)

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  8. Thanks so much for organizing this fabby hop, Libby! I've added so many books to my TBR list and places to my to-go list! :)

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    1. Aw, my pleasure, Sibel! Thanks so much for being a part of it!! And I know exactly what you mean. Both my To Read and To Visit lists are out of control! :-)

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  9. This is a generous and awesome blog hop...thank you!

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    1. You're so welcome! I'm so glad you're enjoying it, PC. :-)

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  10. Thanks so much for the chance to win! Love the blog!

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    1. Thanks, Shan! And my pleasure. This has been a lot of fun!!

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  11. Woo hoo! I think I've visited all of the sites in the hop. I hope I didn't miss anyone!

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    1. Gwen, you're a rock star! That's so fantastic that you're hitting everyone's stop :-) I still get such a giggle when I think about your post. So hilarious!

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    1. Thank you, Midnighter! So glad you're hopping!

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  13. This is an amazing hop! I'm enjoying it so much! Thank you Libby!
    <3 Tobi
    tobihelton at gmail dot com

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    1. Aw, that's so lovely to hear! Thanks so much, Tobi. I'm so thrilled that you're enjoying it!! <3

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  14. Hops and finding more books (and amazing authors) to read... Thanks :)

    BeckeyWhiteATgmailDOTcom

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    1. My pleasure, Beckey! And what a nice thing to say - amazing authors. :-) Thank you!

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  15. Amazing!! Thanks for all the author info.

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  16. Wow! What a great prize package! Love blog hops, count me in on this one please.

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  17. Awesome prize package! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  18. This prize package is W O W-Yes, big shouty capitals! I think I would faint if I were to win. Thanks so much Libby Mercer for giving us the opportunity to win it and thanks to all the wonderful authors who have donated to it.

    Best wishes,
    Marlena
    charmedpoms(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  19. Libby! Thanks for putting together such a wonderful hop. And, I do love San Fran. It's the site of my fav RWA conference so far, a weird "fake relationship" adventure, and some of the best car chase scenes ever!

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