YVM Reviews Giveaway!
The giveaway is closed!
Winners have been selected and notified. I want to thank everyone who participated and be on the lookout for more giveaways in the future!
Teens! Your voice matters and I’m going to show you how. I feel reading and writing are such important skills to have, my goal is to get all of you involved in caring about reading, and, just as importantly, expressing your opinions and beliefs about your reading. You may already be doing this, and if so, congratulations, that’s awesome I love it! So, here’s the thing: I want everyone to read and review books. Period. I don’t care if they’re my books, your uncle’s books, or a world famous author’s books — I just want you to read and express an opinion about them so everyone can see and benefit from it. A book review may not seem like much to you, but they actually mean a lot to people who are looking to buy a book, and especially to the authors of those books. Your voice matters!
Are you ready for this? Here’s your chance to have your voice matter and have a chance at some really cool prizes!
There will also be at least 10 eBook copies of the Mother-Earth Series Omnibus, which includes all three books in the series, releasing on February 24, 2012, as second place prizes.
You can’t win if you don’t enter!
So, here’s what you need to do.
1) Read a book.
2) Write a review — the review doesn’t have to be long, but needs to be more than, “This book was awesome!” or “This book sucked!” State your opinion, then explain why you felt that way. Did the characters rock your world? Was there too much romance? Or not enough? Whatever the reasons, jot them down.
3) Post the reviewsomewhere like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or even your own blog! Just make sure it’s public so other folks can see it.
4) Copy and paste the link to your review in a comment on this page below, along with a way to contact you if you win. Then, click the rafflecopter on the Mother-Earth Book Series Facebook page — you’ll need to go to the “YVM Contest” tab (I wasn’t aware WordPress didn’t allow Java code when I set this up, I apologize for the extra steps!). You can also go to ReadingTeen’s post which has the Rafflecopter widget as well.
5) Repeat as often as once per day between now and the deadline!
Make sure there is some way to verify that you are actually the one who wrote the review. Use the same name in your comment/email etc. Only reviews posted during the contest will count, and I reserve the right to check the truthfulness of any winning review(s) — i.e. Please don’t cheat and post someone else’s review as your own! You wouldn’t want someone doing that to you, right?
You can also gain extra entries by blogging or tweeting about the contest, and liking the Facebook pages.
All right! Have at it! Remember everyone, your voice matters. When you write that review, keep in mind there is someone on the other end of your comments, so be positive and constructive, even if the book wasn’t your favorite, you can express your opinions in a kind way.
The legal mumbo jumbo: Open to US Residents only. Giveaway ends 4/30/2012. Winners will be contacted via the information they provide in their entry. If a winner can’t be reached via their contact information within five (5) days, a new winner will be chosen. Must be thirteen or older to enter (younger contestants have your parent enter for you). Reviews will be verified as closely as possible for validity of the poster. (Meaning we will do everything we can to make sure YOU wrote the review you submit). Reviews must be new: originally posted after 2/15/2012.
Authors! If you think this is a worthwhile endeavor and would like to participate, please get in touch with me through the blog, twitter, or facebook. I would love to just keep this contest rolling along, one after another!