Sunday, December 15, 2013

Tis the season of giving!

I'm going to be doing a series of giveaways this holiday season, since I've been hoarding giveaway prizes :) I've also got a TON of paperbacks in my house and they need a new home. SO, for this first giveaway, the prizes are a signed copy of Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire, a $50.00 Amazon Gift Card and a signed copy of the original (indie published edition) of My Favorite Mistake. Both books are limited editions, which is pretty cool. How do you win? Just follow the Rafflecopter!


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  2. Such a good way to get into the Holiday spirit. Books are such wonderful gifts.

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  3. Just today our family got together and made a ton of cookies and candy, then took it to local food pantries

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  4. I helped a family from my Church. With food and small gifts for there little ones..

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  5. Love your books Chelsea! I helped out my grandparents today with shoveling the snow we got. So pretty but icy! :)

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  6. please tell me it is international :(

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  7. What a fantastic give away. Thanks. We donated toys for the local toy drives.

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  8. My family got names from the Christmas tree at church to give 2 children presents. :)

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  9. What a fantastic give away. Thanks. We donated toys for the local toy drives.

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  10. Shoveling snow for my parents & neighbors.

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  11. What a fun giveaway! Gotta love the season of giving. :)

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  12. I watched my cousins kids so that her and her husband could go to a Christmas party and have some time for themselves.

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  13. I have been donating to Toys for Tots since I was 18, I get one boy one girl toy/game each year and this year I had my 4 year old daughter help and explain what we were doing. She enjoyed it

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  14. I had my children pick something out from the World Vision organization and they picked out a goat and two chickens for a family in Africa! Made my day!

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  15. I purchased Fast and Furious 6 because a portion of the proceeds go to ROWW.

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  16. I handled the shopping (for my department) for an underprivileged student in my school district. Even though it meant going out on Black Friday, I managed a LOT of stuff for less than $200! :-)

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  17. I love doing small things so I can do lots of them - from paying for the coffee of the person behind me at the Dunkin Donuts drive through to always putting change in the Salvation Army kettles. I've also helped our school with their food drive for the holiday baskets that get donated to families in need, and bought a book for my sons classroom. I love to pay it forward!

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  18. I donated to a charity giving toys to terminally ill children.

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  19. I'm not in my city, but when I come back, I hope to donate some clothes that I'm not using anymore

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  20. My sister and I backed some sweets and gave them to the people who work at the post office for all the hard work they do :)

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  21. Donated toys to St. Jude Children's hospital.

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  22. Each class at my son's daycare "adopts" a less fortunate child to buy gifts for. Also, at his school, instead of giving gifts to the teachers, donations are made to a local organization that feeds less fortunate families.

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  24. I donted money and did a walk for St. Jude hospital.

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  25. I helped organize a secret angel program at my work. We helped families with kids with disabilities.
    Stephanie
    steph 0828 at hotmail dot com

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  26. A few years I have done Elf Louise which is wrapping donated gifts for children who wouldn't get any. And serving Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless.

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  27. I always get a gift to place under the KMart wishing tree, down here in Australia. Kids all deserve to have some happiness!!

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  29. Awesome giveaway! I love seeing things like this during this time of year :)

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  30. Thanks for the chance. I donated some small toys that go to children for Christmas x

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  31. My college lecturer's niece, who's eleven, is over from Botswana for Christmas and I took her in a book and some extra author swag that I had as a Christmas gift :)

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  32. I donated books to soldiers overseas

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  33. I have been a "foster" mom for a kid for actionaid for five years and I send money so his community and himself can be helped.

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  34. Ahh, 2 of my favourite books!!
    Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.
    Wish its international.

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    1. I donated some new and lotsa old clothes to a nearby orphanage while i was doing some cleaning.

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  35. I'm making cookies for deployed soldiers (my husband and his soldiers) and sending them important things, like coffee :D I bought some of those (i think) creepy singing Disney/Nick type characters for toys for tots. I'm always nice to the post office employees, even when they're super slow :D

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  36. We bought and donated toys to a children's orphanage.

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  37. I donated and bought some toys and gifts for families that don't have enough money to spend on Christmas gifts (I did it through my school for Backpack Buddies) :)

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  38. Donated to the Salivation Army. Thanks for the chance on this giveaway.

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  39. We decorated trees for people in need and we packed up care packages for soldiers overseas.

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  40. Donated to Saint Jude's.
    Happy Holidays!

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  41. Each year we go to Barnes and Nobles and buy a bunch of childrens and teen books and donate them. I feel everyone should have the chance to read. Especially when you are having a hard time reading is a great escape. My husband and I did adopt a child and we picked a 6 year old boy and played Santa for him which was so much fun since my husband and I don't have kids yet we enjoyed shopping for a little boy!

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  42. I donated books to teens. No one ever buys for teens, and books are great teen gifts!

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  43. Finding new ways where I can donate for the Yolanda (Typhoon Haiyan) victims. It's a good thing restaurants here have either a dropbox or meals that a portion of which will be automatically sent to the typhoon victims.

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  44. I've spent countless hours helping my disabled mother, that's kind of a year round thing though!

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