THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. PLEASE VISIT THE MAIN PAGE FOR RECENT CONTESTS.
Every day from now to December 12th, I’ll be posting a new contest on my blog to win that day’s prize. Your entry is only good for that day. To win the prize for any other day, you’ll need to come back and enter again.
The grand prize at the end of the 12 days of Holiday Hell Contest is two Kindles, to be awarded to two lucky winners who have entered the Kindle drawings (which are seperate from the daily drawings. Entry into the daily drawings does not enter you into the Kindle drawings).
The fine print: You can win one of the daily Holiday Hell prizes and still be eligible to win the Kindle. You must complete the entry form for each daily contest entirely, double checking that your name and mailing address are correct because this is what I’ll use to mail your prize. If your prize comes back to me due to an incorrect mailing address, you forfeit your prize. Prize winners will be drawn before the end of each day following the contest (ie Day 1’s prize winner will be drawn before the end of Day 2) and will be announced on my blog. Kindle winners will be drawn and announced here on December 13th. All prizes will be mailed by December 20th.
Only one entry into each drawing per household/IP address. Duplicate entries will be deleted and entrants will be disqualified.
International entries are welcome and I will mail overseas, but will not guarantee receipt by Christmas as it will go by dolphin due to the obscene cost of shipping overseas.
I reserve the right to modify the rules at any time.
The Day 9 prize pack is:
Mango Liquorice (from Australia
Australia cell phone charm
Air New Zealand travel pack
Acheron buttons and lanyard
In a Heartbeat by Donna Richards
Signed Death of a Pirate King by Josh Lanyon
Tethers by Sara Reinke
You’ll Be the Death of Me by Stacia Wolf
Signed Surviving Demon Island by Jaci Burton
The Taming of the Duke by Eloisa James
Lone Star Courtship by Mae Nunn
The Loner’s Guarded Heart by Michelle Douglas
I can’t stress enough how important it is to read the rules and give exactly the information I ask for, as I will disqualify your entry if it’s not correctly–and completely–filled out and I would guess maybe a fifth of them come in incomplete.
We’re going back to the comments today (because I like to keep you on your toes!). Thanks to yesterday’s contest, I have some new ideas for questions to ask. One of the most popular recommendations was to ask: What is the best (or worst) Christmas present you’ve ever received or given? I’m leaving it a little more open with the different options so you can answer more easily. Leave your answer in the comments but don’t forget to come back and check to see if you’ve won, so you can send me your mailing address.