Saturday, February 2, 2013

GIVEAWAY: The Book Lover's Journal

Who does not like free stuff?

     I certainly enjoy things that are free. Recently, I messaged Pauper Press asking for their permission to use pictures of this journal in my review, and I was very surprised when they offered me a sample. I told them that I already owned a copy, but they were still willing to send me one. Now I have one to giveaway! Hopefully I am not the only one who is excited about that. This is a great journal, and I am sure it will leave many a book lover's mouth drooling.


Would you like this free journal? I would love to give it to you! (By the way, you can read my review of it by clicking here. There are plenty of pictures in that post as well.) But since there is only one journal, I think it would be best to give everyone a chance to win. I will be using PunchTab to gather all the entries. Want to enter? Read on!


Deadline to enter:
February 15, 11p.m.

Releasing the winner:
February 16, 3p.m.

How you can enter:


1. It's quite simple! Check out the PunchTab box below and select your preference of which way to enter. And that is it! (Please note, I will not be sharing any personal information of those who enter with anyone, except for the name of the winner on February 16th.)

2. Want MORE entries? Which means MORE chances to win?! Then take advantage of three extra opportunities to earn more entries! Comment on this post, share it with friends on Facebook, tweet about it! Check out the box below to find out how *you* can increase your chances to win.

(Disclaimer: I reserve the right to change or adjust the giveaway as I see fit.)


31 comments:

  1. I wish I had been keeping tabs of all the books I've read in my life! Last year I started keeping a record via Facebook. I prefer to read nonfiction, but my book club usually picks a novel, so I do read those selections.

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    1. I already wish I had kept up with the books I've read over the past few years, so I am starting this year to try and keep record of everything! :) If you haven't checked out Goodreads yet, I would recommend it. (http://www.goodreads.com/)

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  2. I mostly keep track of the books I read on the website Goodreads . . . and of course I write reviews of the books I've read from time to time on my blog too. ;-)

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    1. I think Goodreads it great! Though I like having a physical record of the books I have read and reviewed too. I'll have to check out some of your reviews! :)

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    2. Yes, please do feel free to read through my book reviews! The Book Reviews tab is located directly underneath my blog header. ;-)

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  3. I have not yet begun logging the books I read. This is a fabulous idea! My favorites are christian fiction.

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    1. Christian fiction is a genre I read from all the time, though I do like reading other genres. I recommend keeping a record of what books you read! You never know when you will want to remember a book you have read, but you cannot remember the title... or the author. . . or anything other than a few basic plot points. (That's what happens to me. So frustrating! ;)

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  4. I sometimes do write about a book I read, but mostly I don't. (Too lazy.)
    I love to read almost any kind of fiction.

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    1. I can understand being lazy, sometimes I put off recording a book I have read just because I don't feel like it. ;P

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  5. I keep track of my books on Good Reads. Mostly I do this to know what i have and have not read (especially within a series) and to have a list of books to look for at the library when I need a new read.

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    1. That's good! :) I like to stay organized too. :)

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  6. I too keep track of the books I've read and want to read on good reads. I also created a word doc with fav authors.

    sonflower277 at gmail dot com

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  7. I do not keep track of what I read. I like fiction books.
    Shaunda.Eppes at g,ail dot com

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  8. I write down what I've read. I like mystery, adventure and suspense.

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  9. I do, I use a site called Good Reads to help me keep track of books I've read, want to read, and are currently reading.

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  10. I keep track of a lot of them by blogging (I do book reviews) but it would be nice to keep an actual list. I used to, but I need to keep up with it.

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    1. Cool! :) I am hoping I can keep up track and reviewing all the books I read :) Or at least for this year. :)

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  11. I recently started using Goodreads. Before that I would just keep track in a little journal. I read everything from nonfiction (currently reading "Antartica" by Gabrielle Walker) to Harry Potter!

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  12. I keep track of my books on Goodreads as well. :)

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  13. I would like to start logging the books I read - my favorites are Harry Potter and utopia books.

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  14. I have spent my life being addicted to books but rarely blog about them (I have a craft blog). I belong to a reading group and yet do not keep a record of the books I have read or am reading. Why not? I have never really thought about it - and if I did I should need a HUGE journal. Of course I could start today ... but would sadly miss out a lifetime of good reads!

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    1. Start today! Start today! :) You have to take the first step sometime ;) I really would recommend Goodreads if you have not discovered it yet, that would be a great site to go back and "review" the books you have read in the past. (http://www.goodreads.com/) And I will have to check out your craft blog! :)

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  15. What a cool idea! I love this!

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  16. I haven't kept track of the books I've read. Sometimes I remember to add them to goodreads, but I still forget to do that. I love fantasy and fiction.

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  17. I'm not good at keeping track. I made an account on Goodreads years ago and forgot about it. :(

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    1. It's never too late to keep track of what you read! Trust me, I know it's a lot easier said than done ;P

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  18. I don't really keep track of the books I read. I like the Bible, budgeting books, and inspirational real life stories.
    tarter95 at hotmail dot com

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  19. I do not keep track of the books I read. If they are good, I remember. I like inspiring real life stories.

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