Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Blind Date with a Book Giveaway!

Hello!

I've been thinking of something fun to do for you that involves books. A while ago, I saw a shelf on a library that displayed completely covered books. They called it the "Blind Date with a Book Shelf". I thought it was a really neat idea. It gave readers a chance to pick up a book without judging the cover and discover a new author in the process. The only problem I saw was that it didn't disclose the genre. 

Well, I've decided to do my own twist of the "Blind Date with a Book Shelf", but my version involves a giveaway.  I'll disclose the genre of each book, but not the author or title, so that you can choose if you'd like to enter the giveaway daily or not. Hopefully, I can do this every month. For the month of April, my featured genre is Young Adult. By the way, this is not my book. And if it was, I wouldn't tell you. HA! But I will tell you it might be traditional or might be indie. I guess that was no help, huh? But if I told you, then we'd lose all the anticipation. Why don't I just show you the book?



This is the book:



And this is where you can enter daily to win:


a Rafflecopter giveaway

GOOD LUCK! 

16 comments:

  1. OMG. Thank you for this giveaway... This is such a fun idea!

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  2. love books. and it is fun to win a blind date with one.

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  3. This is an AWESOME idea! I should so try this on my blog.
    Candy

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  4. I love this idea. It's exciting not knowing what book you get. Chances are it will turn out to be one of your new favorites. Thanks for the giveaway and chance.

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  5. This is an amazing idea! Though in future months it might be good to disclose more about the genre (fantasy, contemporary, dystopian, etc.) I get that the point is to get the winner to read something new, but really if someone's not a fan of, let's say, contemporary then the book might just end up in either a dusty bookshelf never to be touched or in TBR purgatory.

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  6. I love this idea!! I saw it at a bookstore on Valentine's Day... of course it was meant for people to buy books for their loved ones....I never did get back there to be one of those pathetic people who buys their own present. LOL

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    1. I would've totally bought one. After you turn 100, like me, you really won't care about people thinking you're pathetic. ;)

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  7. Awesome idea. This will help with the "I can't decide on a book to read " problem, at least for the winner. Thanks for the new twist on a giveaway. :)

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  8. Thank you, Nely for this awesome giveaway and the opportunity to play!!! Great idea too

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  9. This is a really neat idea!!! I think a lot of people are going to want to join in on this. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  10. Thank you very much for the fun giveaway! :D

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  11. I love YA, and I love surprises!

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  12. I love YA and think this giveaway is a great idea, thanks!

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  13. Thanks for the chance! This is a great idea!

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