I created this giveaway as a scavenger hunt to encourage people to visit the wrap-ups. There are entries for commenting on wrap-up posts and then there are additional entries for visiting specific posts and answering a question about them.
Check out the June wrap-up posts in the linky below. These are the posts that can be used for the giveaway (Random.org chose ten of them to for the scavenger hunt portion of the giveaway). Didn’t have a chance to link up your June wrap-up post? That’s okay – you can still link up until the giveaway is over!
My giveaway/trade list has gotten longer lately with the inclusion of some of the BEA books I’ve read, so I thought I’d offer books off that list! But I don’t want to leave my INT readers out, so if you’re an international reader and you win the giveaway, you can choose a book from TBD (up to a $17 value).
Check out the picture and the list below to see what books you can choose from. If you’re the winner, you’ll be able to choose two books from this list!
Just follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter to enter!
Nicole, the links are not working on these. I mean, you can copy and paste them but they don’t link automatically. I had the same problem last week, so I don’t know if Rafflecopter has changed something in their formatting? Just wanted you to know.
Thanks for letting me know, Wendy! I had the words “to visit” in the wrong place and hadn’t realized that it was wrong since I don’t ever enter the Rafflecopters! I always just copy and paste!
What a clever way to encourage reader engagement with blogs when they’re self-engaged and not focused on delivering the content of the day; I imagine it helps build community/retain readership. It’s working with me! Thanks for your generous offer of your ample collected reads! Best wishes, Kara S
Thanks so much! I’m always looking for ways to encourage interactivity, and this is one fun way of doing it. I’m glad you’re enjoying it!
I am a bit late but I linked my wrap up anyway.
I just want to say that this is really nice and claver of you, to encourage other bloggers to visit other people’s wrap ups. 🙂
It’s never too late – I hope you’ll join us every month! I typically post the linky for the wrap-up on my blog a few days before the end of the month (for those people who are really on the ball!).
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