Sep 5, 2015

The 100 Giveaway

This giveaway is now closed. The Winner is Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense.

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FLYLeF IS 100 DAYS OLD! To celebrate, you’re invited to enter for a chance to win a $100 Amazon.com Gift Card by telling us about an amazing blog in 100 words or less.

100 days.
100 words.
100 dollars.

 

TO PARTICIPATE

  1. In 100 words or less (1 word works too!), explain (in English) why you became a book-related blogger. If you don’t have a blog, share a book-related blog that you follow and explain why it's amazing. Have fun with your response. Please include the blog's link to encourage and promote sharing.
  2. Participants must e-mail their response to giveaway@flylef.com. Include "The 100 Giveaway" in the subject line, and your name (or alias) as you'd like it to appear on the Web. Participants will be added to the “ENTERED THIS GIVEAWAY” section.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT REQUIRED TO ENTER OR WIN.
  2. Only one entry allowed.
  3. Entry period begins on September 05, 2015 midnight PST and ends on September 28, 2015 midnight PST.
  4. The Winner will be randomly (yes, randomly) selected and notified at FLYLeF (giveaway.flylef.com) and through Google Plus only on September 30, 2015. To ensure that you'll receive the Winner’s announcement, it is highly recommended (but not required) that you add FLYLeF to your circle.
  5. A $100 Amazon.com Gift Card prize will be fulfilled by the Sponsor to one lucky Winner. The Sponsor will use the e-mail address you used to submit your entry for this giveaway to fulfill your prize. Prize will be fulfilled within 1-2 weeks of drawing.
  6. Sponsor reserves the right to disqualify any Participants not eligible (e.g. submitting a blog not book-related, exceeding 100 words, etc).
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ENTERED THIS GIVEAWAY (last updated 09/23/15)

FLYLeF Book Reviews (name/alias example) || Otakutwins Reviews is an amazing blog featuring reviews, recommendations, giveaways, and so much more. Their fun and vibrant personalities are magnets that draw me back to their blog time and time again. (response example)

Teisha @ Girl Writes Reviews || I became a book blogger because I love books and connecting with people who are as passionate as I am about reading. I think storytelling is the greatest form of human connection, be it through the written word, spoken word, or visual arts—stories bring people together. My blog allows me to tell my own stories about my reading experiences. I get to share my unique opinions about books with people from all over the world. I created my blog to keep the cycle going; I want to connect with other human beings and pass on meaningful and influential stories.

Charlemagne K. || I am a secret admirer of Kirkus Reviews.

Angelina M. @ OtakuTwin Reviews || I started a book blog because books deserved to be known, shared, and loved not only by one person but by many. Book blogging does just that! Also books and writing have been a passion of mine for quite a while, book blogging let's me combine my two interests and allows me to make friends! ^^

Library Linsey @ Library Linsey's Teen Books & Baubles and The Linseyverse || First and foremost I'm a reader and lover of books. I blog because I want the share my thoughts with others. I started my book blog(s) to do just that and as a way to reach out to others involved in teen library services.

Bella @ Bella's Bright Bookshelf || Bella's Bright Bookshelf is the blog to go to when looking for YA books. Bella and a few other reviewers, are the last teen book reviewers that are actually teens! Because Bella is one of the only teen reviewers, she receives more requests, reviews, shares, likes, comments, etc. then some other blogs do. This is also why authors, publishers, editors, etc. go to Bella's Bright Bookshelf to get great teen reviews, by a teen.

SJ Bouquet @ A Tree Grows in Bookland || Let's get real here, there are some pretty bomb-ass (and some lame-ass) books out there. I read a lot. I love to talk about it. I needed a platform.

Charlie V. || I have a food blog! But, I follow a few book review blogs including: Daisy Chain Book Reviews and The Book Geek

Alicia @ A Kernel of Nonsense || Books are like air to me. They’ve become such an essential part of who I am and sustain me in a way that other hobbies do not. Every book has the potential to take me into another world, to work its magic in me, and to teach me things by allowing me to see through another’s eyes. Book blogging provides an opportunity for me to share the love I have for books as well as allowing others to share their love with me as well.

Joselyn M. @ Book Wormie Spot || I became a book blogger because I wanted to recommend books to others people and help indie authors with their books :)

Julie J. @ Book Bloggers, Book Worms and Book Reviewers || I became a book blogger because I think its a awesome/cool way to connect with other book nerds out there that have the same idea about reading books. Also we also get to share the kind of books we all read and comment opinion on it. After all being in a world of a book is better than being in reality.

Emily H. @ Emily Howitt || My blog actually has more than just books on it, but I usually put up reviews on Mondays, so I suppose it qualifies as a book blog. I started blogging about books because I needed something to blog about, and I needed an excuse to read more books. Now when I read for hours and hours, I can just pass it off as being productive. I’ve also found that I enjoy talking about the books I read, and helping other people find those books.