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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

MBS Blogoversary -- Celebrating Three Years!

Well - I guess you can say I have been super busy since I am even late for my own BLOGOVERSARY PARTY! YIKES! It doesn't really seem like three years but it is... with lots of reviews, giveaways and interviews shared. :-)  And more to come of course!

I didn't get the chance this year to line up sponsors but I have a big Grand Prize to share in celebration.
Because I love reading and I love my e-reader (a Kindle) plus I have Nook on my Tablet, and I want to share the love of ebooks with my blogger followers, I am giving away ....:

A NOOK Simple Touch With GlowLight


Now - some people may already have a reader or a tablet, so I am offering a $50.00 Gift Card as an alternative -- winner's choice.

Also-  I haven't checked the postage cost for various countries, but as long as the postage is under $50.00 I will send the Nook worldwide!

Keep a watch out because I will be posting some other book prizes over the next two weeks.



NOTE - winner will be announced a day or two after the close of the contest and the post will include the Winners Form link to claim the prizes.

54 comments:

  1. Congrats Martha! Happy 3 yr. blogoversary!

    I would love to celebrate with you by having a great dinner and reading these two books:

    1. The Unholy by Heather Graham
    2. Close Your Eyes by Iris Johansen

    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  2. Congrats on the milestone and Happy Blogoversary! :)

    In terms of celebrating, I'd suggest going for a girls night out with drinks to toast the occasion while talking and sharing about all things books. :) As for what book I'd like to celebrate with... it's hard to choose just one particular book, but perhaps the one you wrote your first review on for this blog? Or an upcoming anticipated release?

    chibipooh(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. It would be great if we could ( the followers) gathers all together to celebrate with you , a barbecue party or something ( depending on the weather because here it's rainingç_ç)and we could all thank you for the book you made us read or the meeting you created ( in 3years that's possible^^;;)

    It could be great also to make a giant swap each of us offering/echanging a book of our favorite with another. i would choose one Patricia Briggs ^^ i love the hob bargain and Mercy thompson

    I know it's dreams because a lot are international but still it would be a wonderful experience

    Happy Blogoversary and thank you for everything you have done, do and will do for us

    all the best

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  4. Congrats & may you enjoy many more years of blogging! & reading lots more books too!

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  5. I would celebrate with you by going to your house, throw rainbow confetti everywhere and dance...and then we go into corners and read in our comfty beanbag chairs.That's how bibliophiles celebrate~

    I would totally read Ernest Cline's Ready Player One again...just because I have this empty feeling after I finished it.

    Lilian @ A Novel Toybox

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  6. We can celebrate by reading more books and reviewing more... :)

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  7. Happy blogoversary! More power to your blog Martha!! :)

    Cherry Mischievous

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  8. Congratulations martha!!

    Since we're so far from each other, i can only offer you congratulations. And since i'm a big fan of JD Robb, why don't we celebrate by reading In Death series for a whole month :D

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  9. Congrats on your blogoversary, and wow, what a great giveaway! I'm planning to celebrate with you by reading/rereading some of the excellent posts on your blog, such as your Bossypants review from January. So happy that I won this book from you a couple of months ago - still need to read it, but it seems like an excellent celebration book, doesn't it?

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  10. Happy Happy Birthday!!! :) Hope you have a fabulous party! I am a huge new fan of Ruthie Knox, have you tried her?? Excellent contemporary romance writer, I was blown away by her this spring.

    Happy birthday again :)

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  11. Congrats on your blogoversary! What's a celebration without cake? Here's some cake. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  12. Congratulations!

    Since we don't live near each other, we could meet somewhere in between and have a great dinner together.

    As far as books, I am looking forward to reading Calling Invisible Women at this time.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

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  13. Happy Blogoversary Birthday! I just finished a wonderful book I would love to share LOVE FINDS YOU IN MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN BY MELANIE DOBSON. I was in awe of this island and it's history. My dream vacation would be on this island and you should be there. The do not allow automobiles on this island. I can't imaging actually being in a place with no automobiles.

    Hugs,
    Patricia

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  14. I would celebrate by magically whisking all of your followers to your favorite location (TBD) for a big celebration party! Complete with all your favorites. Drinks, foods, decorations, books, books and more books to pass out to everyone! I did say magic would be involved right? Everything would be surprises and spontaneous!

    That would really be because that is how I am...I don't know what I want to read next till I just pick it. So surprise me.

    P.S. Amazon GC is always good in a pinch.

    Thanks so much and congrats on three years! Wishin you many, many more!

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  15. Congratulations!! We could celebrate by going to lunch and then shopping.

    Playing to Win by Jaci Burton.

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  16. Congrats on the blogoversary, Martha! It would be nice if we followers could meet you for dinner and just talk and laugh. We could also read and discuss SEP's new book THE GREAT ESCAPE.

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  18. I would celebrate with a party! A party were we can have some fabulous drinks (sangria!) and talk about our favorite books. There are have been several new releases this summer, particularly in series I already read and I would probably want to get books in one or two of these if chosen!

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  19. I would celebrate with you by reading books that we both love and discussing them! The book I would want to get is Throne of Glass by Sarah Maas. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. Happy Blogoversary, Martha!

    We could celebrating by all of us going on a cruise and discussing all the books we are enjoying!

    I'd love to celebrate by discussing mystery books such as Michael Connelly's The Drop or David Baldacci's Fifth Witness or Zero Day.

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  21. I love your site! Happy blogoversary. Yours is one of the first book blogs I began following. Lots of fun. I love to read "light and fluffy feel good books". One of my favorites is The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler. I also love post apocalyptic books too. Such a contrast. Once I finish a post apocalyptic, then I reach for a light and fluffy. 77 Days in September was a good one.

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  22. We would celebrate with a coffee or frappaccino (since it has been pretty warm these days)and a book from a Canadian author. Forbidden by Catherine Macenzie for example. Happy Blogiversary!And thank you for the giveaway!

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  23. Congrats! I would have a nice small party and have some good food and talk about some books. I would choose Deadly Dance by Dee Davis and Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter to read. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  24. Happy Blogoversary, Martha. Thanks so much for the giveaway. I would probably celebrate by gorging on some sweets like cake or cookies. I'll also celebrate by reading an old favorite like Barbara Freethy's "Golden Lies."

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  25. I think I would celebrate with a pool party. This summer has already been very hot so anything to cool off is great. Plus, we can have tropical drinks and cabana boys ;)

    Books I would recommend to anyone who loves a good paranormal is the Demonica and Lords of Deliverance series by Larissa Ione. Great world building, characters, action, and romance. Definitely one of my favorite series :)

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  26. Congratulations. I would celebrate with you by reading 50 Shades of Gray with a glass of wine. Tore923@aol.com

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  27. Happy Third Blogoversary! Since this is your blogoversary, I'd celebrate with some book recommendations. I just finished Ruthie Knox's Ride With Me and Jessica Scott's Because of You and I definitely recommend both of these outstanding contemporary romances.

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  28. Congrats!!!
    I would celebrate with a few drinks out on the patio and some yummy cupcakes. :)
    A book to celebrate...hmmm..Woodrose Mountain by RaeAnne Thayne.I'm really enjoying this series.

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  29. I'd love to read the new Patterson book - I Michael Bennett
    msboatgal at aol.com

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  30. Well I'd have to bake a cake for our High Tea Party. I'm reading BLEAK HOUSE by Charles Dickens, so we would have some joy with these wonderful characters.

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  31. Congrats! I would say we could go on an adventure to create the best personal library!

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  32. I've enjoyed your site for a while. I hope you have a Happy Blogoversary!! You deserve it!! =)
    Thanks for doing a lovely giveaway for us. =)

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  33. Congratulations! And thank you for all the hints and suggestions and reviews...they are very helpful.
    minadecaro@hotmail.com

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  34. Congrats, Martha. Every celebration is not complete without chocolates, so I would celebrate the occasion with a chocolate tea party with chocolate themed books e.g. Chocolat, Sweetly, etc.

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  35. Congratulations and happy blogoversary! I'd celebrate with you by having a selection of desserts and a bunch of books to read. I'd like to celebrate with The Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas.

    bn100candg(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  36. Happy Blogoversary !!!

    we could eat my special Homemade double choco brownies made only for you, then we can do shopping maybe ? :)

    i've been wanting to read books by Kimberly Derting, and really like to read the second book of Department 19 series by Will hill ..sounds great right :)

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  37. Happy Blogoversary!

    I could bake you anything you wanted. I make some yummy gooey butter cookies!

    I would love to read Bossypants by Tina Fey.

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  38. Happy Blogoversary.. We would have brownies and vanilla ice cream and Drink hot tea. I love Mathi Macias Extreme Devototion Series and just finished People of the Book which was awesome. We are so lucky we live in America and can worship as we please and not be killed for our choice.

    misskallie2000 at yahoo dot com

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  39. Hi Martha! Happy Blog Anniversary. Thank you for sharing your love of reading with us. I like finding new authors and books and your blog is a great place to find this. Even for books that have been long-released but are a great find!

    I would celebrate by making a virtual collage of important or special events on your blog. Posts about your favorite reads, snapshots of your shelves over the years and the best thing you like about blogging! That would be fun.

    Of course you can't celebrate a book blog's blogging success without books...I know I would want to have Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness around :)

    Have another fantastic year blogging and reading!

    Cambonified(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  40. Happy Blogoversary Martha. Wishing you many more to come. Your reviews, giveaways and posts are always informative, helpful and entertaining.I think the best celebrations are where you and your followers come together and toast your three years with bubbly champagne and pastries. We'd all bring a book so we could have a book swap.
    Carol L.
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  41. Congratulations! Three years is an awesome milestone!

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  42. I'd celebrate it with a surprise party and a HUGE cake with the form of a book! :) Champagne and chocolates everywhere!! And I'd read with you a book called "One of my very best friends" =)

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  43. Happy Blogoversary! Wow 3 years. I love your blog first off. Ummm to celebrate I think I would like to go out to eat at a sit down nice restaurant because I don't get to do that very often. As far as books go I am not up on all the current books yet there are so many. We would definately need a cheesecake also and I am hoping you could recommend me a good book.

    pefrw at yahoo dot com

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  44. We'd have a big chocolate cake with lots of candles

    I'd get more books off my wishlist.

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  45. I just wanted to come by and say happy Blogoverary to you as well. It's been an amazing three years.

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  46. Wow, 3 years! That is quite an accomplishment, you should be very proud! If I could celebrate with you, I would take you out to the bookstore on a shopping spree! What is better than a good book? A free good book lol :) Happy Blogoversary!!!

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  47. Happy Blogoversary!
    We should celebrate with a big chocolate cake and free books to all followers :) I'd pick A Million Suns by Beth Revis.
    Thanks a lot for the giveaway1

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  48. Whoops, here's the link for my 8/1 tweet entry http://twitter.com/pinkbonanza/status/230678242787459072

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  49. A book-themed party, with food and drinks inspired by novels! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  50. Happy Blogoversary, Martha!
    Hmm, I think I'll celebrate with my reading buddies and having a nice and enjoyable lunch together :) We're going to talk about books, books and books! LOL

    I think I'll choose Someone To Watch Over Me by Lisa Kleypas & Then Comes Seduction by Mary Balogh on our discussion since all of us love historical romance and those two books are the most recent translated books which are released in my country. Well, sadly, not all my friends read English books :(

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  51. I would celebrate with a nice dinner, a glass of wine & a good book!
    So many boos too choose from - probably one of Carly Phillips new ones.
    sallans d at yahoo dot com

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  52. I would celebrate by downloading a few new books to read!

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  53. I would celebrate with cake. Chocolate cake. Triple layer chocolate cake.
    I would choose Ashes of Honor by Seanan McGuire.

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