Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Clarifications and Books

Okay, just to clear things up. I've been told, by a little birdie, that some of my entry conditions are a bit confusing for my giveaway. I updated this on the original post, but here it is for everyone else.

You get:
  • 1 entry for being a follower.
  • 1 entry for blogging about my giveaway and posting the blog address.
  • 1 entry for every person that moseys over to my blog and participates. They must, however, mention your name. Otherwise, I wouldn't know who to give the extra entry to.
You can enter via the last two ways as many times as you want.

Ok, whew. I hope that clears things up. I apologize if it's confusing. I too don't always like to blog about giveaways and I don't want anyone to think that's a requirement. Thanks to the little birdie!!!


Books. I recently have started reading a few old series. I read the first book of the Caroline B. Cooney Vampire trilogy and the first two Kelly Blake: Teen Model books back in the day. Well, now I have the complete series for both. Obviously they're not classic literary works, but it's interesting to read them now and to reflect on how I felt reading them 18-19 years ago. (Man I feel old now.)

In fact, I did a book report on The Cheerleader in 7th grade. Wow, does that take me back.

Are there any books you used to love as a kid? I have been meaning to re-read R.L. Stine's Fear Street Saga (Really Trilogy). See if they're really as gory as I thought.


Kiki said...

Thanks for clearing that up! You had me lost at the third rule, so I just gave up cause it was too confusing/complicated. Thanks for simplifying! I'm already following your blog in my Google Reader. Anything else I need to do? :)


SpiritPhoenix said...

Nope. You're good. Good luck!

Kiki said...

Awesome, thanks hon! Good luck to everyone!! :)

Katie said...

Caroline B. Cooney! I used to read her all the time when I younger. I also read Fear Street as well. I remember getting really spooked reading them as well. I will have to check back into those. Thanks for reminding me! I've been rereading books I read when I was younger too. It's an odd perspective reading things again when life is older and things have changed.