* CONTEST * Scissortown ~ 1 Free Book Giveaway!

Scissortown: (with Faith-based Application)


ONE WINNER will be randomly selected to win FREE from Bomar’s Ventures this recently released book.

REVIEW TEASER: “We must hide all the sharp things where the Slicers and Dicers will never find them,” Margaret Welwood writes in her children’s book, Scissortown.

SIMPLE steps to enter this 3-day contest

1.  Follow my blog if you do not do so already.
2. Click on the headline ** CONTEST ** to be sure you are on the Reply page.
3. Post in the “LEAVE A REPLY” section below why you want to read this exciting book (could be funny, clever, serious, or the words “I want” since the winner is randomly chosen).
4. Please follow one of these social media links:

5. If you are the winner, please consider posting a review regarding what you thought of the book on at least 2 websites.

This is a FAST CONTEST ending SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 2015 after 6 PM PST so follow the requirements above and try for a chance to win a book that is mailed from the publisher directly to you! Winner’s shipping address must be in the U.S.A.

I read & reviewed this book & it’s a 4 STAR!
Here is my review: https://connywithay.wordpress.com/2015/09/16/scissortown/



Filed under Win-Free Giveaway Contests

7 responses to “* CONTEST * Scissortown ~ 1 Free Book Giveaway!

  1. anne rightler

    I would like.
    Thx for sharing.

  2. Jackie McNutt

    Looks great ! i follow Grandmas bookshelf thank you Conny

  3. conniepsaunders

    Sounds like a fun book. I checked Grandma’s Bookshelf. Thanks Conny.
    cps1950 (at) gmail (dot) com

  4. Ok sorry ~ still on a trip but son says LETTER I so Connie wins this one. No giveaways scheduled so will let you know when they are. Thanks, Anne & Jackie, for entering.

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