Thursday, August 20, 2015

Clear Your Shelf Giveaway Hop! (US)

Hosted by BookHounds & I am a reader, not a writer. I frequently participate in this hop, and find it so much fun! Lately I gave away and donated the majority of the books I had on my shelves that I read and wouldn't reread or would never realistically read again. BUT I still have a few that didn't make the cut then and I've since come around and been a bit more realistic about the lack of space for books in a studio that is 375 sq feet. :i 
I am going to randomly select THE BOOKS I include based on your comment (should you choose to comment). Otherwise just based on my mood, and I'll throw in some extra stuff too. I also don't know how many I will give because I haven't unpacked all my boxes. But I can tell you it will be more than 2 and less than 10. :P More entries, the more books I'll put in. The more follows, more books and if I get a crazy amount of new followers I will pick two winners. :e
Most of them are YA, except for a couple. They're all either brand spanking new or slightly used. 
Please read my Giveaway Rules. 
By entering you are agreeing to follow them or forfeit your entries and face being blacklisted off all my future giveaways (it's true: I have a list). 
Fake giveaway accounts are disqualified. 
The past several giveaways had me choosing different winners before I found a legit human being entering without being shady. You can't create fake twitter accounts with no picture no followers and ONLY tweet about giveaways and expect me to choose you as a winner. No. That's crap and you will be disqualified.
Giveaway is US only due to shipping costs. 
Bonne Chance! :star 
Enter using the Rafflecopter below.


Don't forget to HOP around to other blogs for more excellent chances to WIN BOOKS! :O
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(aka Dee) has loved reading for as long as she can remember. She loves many things: fantasy novels, young adult fiction, her cat, painting, and horror films from the 70s. Diamond is a grad student at UCLA. She's pursuing a Master's in Library and Information Science.