Sunday, February 26, 2012

One Hundred Follower Giveaway!


Woo woo! Time for another giveaway here at Books Are My Heroine, to celebrate passing the one hundred follower bench mark. Many thanks to every single one of you that has contributed by following and helping me reach my goal. Mwah! You're all stars!

THE RULES: 

1. You MUST be a GFC follower of Books Are My Heroine in order to qualify for the prize. 
2. This is an INTERNATIONAL giveaway. However, I define international as wherever the Book Depository delivers. To see if your country is on the list, click here. If your country is not on the list, I'm really sorry but you are not eligible to enter!
3. I cannot be held responsible for any lost, undelivered or late prizes. All I can do is place the order and hope the post reaches you. 
4. Please, please, please do NOT leave your email address in the comments section of this post. I use Rafflecopter in order to keep everyone's privacy safe, so help yourself out and refrain from posting it. 

THE PRIZES: 
There will be ONE (1) winner who will win ONE (1) of the books below of their choosing: 

Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay
Bumped by Megan McCafferty 
Before I Die by Jenny Downham

This giveaway will begin at 12:01 am on February 27th, 2012 and will end on 12:01 am on March 2nd, 2012. 


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21 comments:

  1. Congrats!!! 100+ followers already? What a great milestone! I still remember when you were still starting out! Fantastic work! Keep up the great blogging!

    My favourite heroine would be a toss-up between Dru from Strange Angels, Rose from Vampire Academy and Katniss from Hunger Games - let's face it they're all badass! :P

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  2. Hm. I think my favorite literary heroine is Weetzie Bat from Francesca Lia Block's "Weetzie Bat" series. She's so accepting and generally awesome. :)

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  3. My favorite bookish heroine... Man, it changes all the time! Overall, I guess it would be Katniss. She's pretty amazing. :)

    Congrats on 100 followers! And thanks for the giveaway. :)

    - Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl

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  4. My favorite of all is Katniss Everdeen! No doubts about that. Congratulations on your 100 followers and thanks for this giveaway.

    Von @ Mr. Book Wonder

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  5. Thanks, guys!! I'm pretty excited!!

    Wow, lots of love for Katniss, I see...I still haven't gotten to the second and third books in the Hunger Games trilogy, but I guess I better get on that before the movie comes out!

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  6. I guess my favourite Heroine is MacKayla Lane from the Fever series!!

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  7. hum difficult choice but i will say Mercy Thomphson because she is strong but compasionnate, she protects the one she loves but not only and she is so couragous

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  8. Wow, lots of Katniss fans :) I'm going to say her too xD She is awesome!

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  9. There are so many great ones! I love Elizabeth from Pride and Prejudice because she isn't a flighty annoying girl like all the others.

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  10. I love Katniss from the hunger games trilogy, she is so strong y independent.
    And of course competing with katniss is Hermione from the Harry Potter series.

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  11. I think Hermione is definitely one of my faves too, Dani! And you're right, Lexie, Elizabeth Bennett is pretty great. Thanks for entering, guys!

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  12. I did a whole guest post for you about my favourite literary heroines.
    Although, this list is expanding all the time! :)

    Dani @ Pen to Paper

    Congrats on the 100+ followers :)

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  13. Elizabeth from Pride and Prejudice, no contest!

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  14. In that case, you are exempt, Dani :p
    I'm so happy to see love for the classic Austen heroines on here! Thanks for entering!

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  16. I think Jane Eyre is a great heroine - to survive when she had no one to rely on and find her happiness without compromising her morals is a great story for everyone!

    Thanks for the giveaway - I would love to win Bumped!
    Leanne

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  17. Jane Eyre is pretty great, totally agree! And her modern day remake, Gemma Hardy, is awesome too. Thanks for entering!

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  18. Cammie Morgan from Gallagher Girls. Well, Katniss too of course.

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  19. Let's see Cat from The Night huntress series because she is a bad *ss girl who will not sit & be told what to do. She is always fighting with the guys & kicking major butt.

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  20. she's not my favorite of all time, but I wrote my college admissions essay about Jo March. haha My favorite is probably princess Mia! She rocks.

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  21. Whoa Cat sounds totally kickass, DBookWhore! Gotta check her out :) OMG Marian you just brought up a blast from the past, Princess Mia was totally my childhood heroine, I wanted to be exactly like her! Thanks for entering guys!

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