The “I ♥ You” Valentine’s Day Contest: Win an ARC of DIE FOR ME

I promised you a chance to win an ARC of DIE FOR ME that you wouldn’t have to pay a penny for (much less $338)! And here it is: the I ♥ You DIE FOR ME VALENTINE’S DAY CONTEST! (Because I ♥ my readers and there are too many of you to send flowers.)

The two ARCs and The Hat

I will give away two SIGNED ARCs: 1.) the U.S. HarperTeen version will go to readers in the U.S. or Canada 2.) the U.K. Atom version will go to readers anywhere else in the world (yes, even if you live in Bora Bora).

You can put your name in the hat a total of 3 times:

The only one that is OBLIGATORY is #3, because, along with your Paris musings, you have to tell me where you live (e.g. which ARC you would win) and how many points I should give you. That way I can check FB and Twitter to see if you are there and add up your points!

So to recap: 1 point for Twitter, 1 point for Facebook, and 1 point for blog comment. BUT you have to tell me which of these you’ve done in the comment or I won’t know! (Like my revenants, omniscience is not one of my superpowers!)

I will draw the winners from the hat on February 4th, which will be just enough time to get it to you by Valentine’s Day. And if I’m feeling extra inspired that day I will make a video of the drawing and post it here. (Which means I will actually have to use the hat for dramatic effect…but you’re worth it!)

Good luck!

77 Comments to The “I ♥ You” Valentine’s Day Contest: Win an ARC of DIE FOR ME

  1. by KATRINA WHITTAKER - On January 25, 2011

    Hi ** waves ** Im dying just waiting !! but what a sweet Valentines contest !!!
    I must say I love both the covers !!! Swoon over the one on the right but both fantastic !!! I live in Australia,, I already follow you on facebook ;) Katrina whittaker
    and I already follow you on twitter run_with_wolves.
    ;) Paris,, ** I think of love, romance and long nights with candlelights and dancing ** ;)
    Well I could only wish I spose ;)
    Thats 3 big points to me !!!
    ** clutches heart – ** whilst waiting anxiously for comp to be drawn <3

    kat :)

    kittee_cat@bigpond.com

  2. by Anna - On January 25, 2011

    Yay! I hope to get my name in that hat three times. I follow you on Twitter (as curioussuki), like your Facebook fan page, and when I think of Paris, chocolate croissants come to mind. I live in Australia.

  3. by Wendy Adams - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy,
    Thanks for the great contest.
    I follow you on your facebook fan page and twitter.
    I’m commenting here, so I think that puts me in for 3 entries. I live in Australia, so I’d be putting in for the International copy.
    Paris brings to mind romance, food and the Eiffel Tower. I’d love to see it one day.
    Thank you
    Wendy Adams

  4. by vivienne - On January 25, 2011

    I already follow you on Twitter (serendipidy101) as we have spoken a couple of times. I dedicated my cover lust post to your beautiful UK cover. I will be joining your facebook page in about 5 minutes when I finish writing this. So that makes three entries.

    When I think of Paris, I think of new love blossoming, old love comforting and endless love remaining. Paris aspires love.
    Great competition and good luck with the tour.

  5. by Tammy - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy :)

    Firstly, thanks for such an awesome contest. Both covers look so beautiful next to each other and I love the hat too.

    Onto the contest:
    3 – points. I’m following you on twitter (have been for a while), have liked the facebook page and when I think of Paris…

    … I think of history, romance and Gothic catacombs. In other words, it makes for the perfect setting for a darkly seductive story just waiting to draw you into its world.

    P.S. I’m from Cape Town, South Africa

  6. by jen7waters - On January 25, 2011

    Hello Amy!

    1-I’m following on twitter : @Jen7waters
    2-Liked the FB page: my profile (carla costa) http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/profile.php?id=1046648931
    3-Honestly, Paris brings me to mind: fashion, Disneyland, and the Arc de Triomphe (I would love to visit this one!)

    I’m from Portugal. Thank you! *crosses fingers*

  7. by Brodie - On January 25, 2011

    I see you have 3 Aussies already in the contest… will I be the 4th Australian lucky?? *whispers* Say yes!! ;)

    I have to say, I love both your covers for Die For Me. Particularly the UK one! So gorgeous!

    Right now when I think of Paris, the one thing I get stuck in my head is the book, Anna and the French Kiss! And I haven’t even read it yet! Everyone has been raving about it. I have my own copy coming, just have to work on that ‘patience’ thing. But of course, Paris also makes me think of love. And sexy accents. And art. And a plane ticket I so can’t afford right now. Le sigh.

    I’m your newest stalker on twitter @peacelovevegan

    Thank you so much for the AWESOME contest! Happy Valentines Day to you, lovely :)

  8. by Brent Taylor - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy!

    How are ya?

    I follow you on Twitter, and like your FB page.

    What comes to mind when I think of Paris? Uh, HOT EUROPEAN DUDES.

    +3 points, since I’ve done all three!

  9. by Leah - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy. Excellent competition. Thanks for the chance to win the book!

    I already Like your FB page (my profile is facebook.com/leahlj).

    As for Paris – “dreamy” is what comes to mind. I’ve been dreaming about going to France since I was 14 years old (now a ripe old 33!!).

    I’m another Aussie (reader of Chitlins too). Dying to read the book!!

  10. by ksam - On January 25, 2011

    What I love most about Paris? The history. And secondly? The anonymity of big city living, ie. knowing that I won’t be know as “The American” for the rest of my life!

  11. by Katelyn - On January 25, 2011

    Words that come to mind when I think of Paris would be “City of Love.” & ballett. When I was younger I was under the assumption that al ballerinas came from or went to Paris.
    +1 For Twitter (ktorrey1)
    +1 For leaving comment
    I live in the US
    -Katelyn (clioK8lynLT[at]aol[dot]com

  12. by Tina G. - On January 25, 2011

    The one word that comes to me when I think of Paris is; Surreal. I’d love to go there one day and drink coffee and croissants:)

    +1 for commenting

    (sorry, don’t have a twitter or fb)

    Can’t wait to read this!

    Tina G (Canada)

  13. by Kara Malinczak - On January 25, 2011

    What comes to mind when I think of Paris? The catacombs, Eiffel Tower, great food, coffee, and art. I have liked you on Facebook and twitter as well. I am from Anderson, SC.

  14. by Miss Bookiverse - On January 25, 2011

    When I think of Paris I think of the Moulin Rouge.
    +1 only because I don’t use Twitter or FB.
    I’m from Germany and you can contact me at bookoholiker(at)gmail(dot)com

  15. by shelagh - On January 25, 2011

    Hello!!!! 3 points please:)
    Paris = Escape from the realities of life into the possibilities.
    I adore Paris.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Cheers from freezing(at the moment)Nova Scotia.

  16. by Nichole - On January 25, 2011

    Thank you for the giveaway. I have been to Paris and the first word that comes to mind is BEAUTIFUL. And that I would love to go to Notre Dame Cathedral again.

    +1 like facebook page
    +1 comment

    Country: Australia

    nichole_nichole(at)hotmail(dot)com

  17. by Cem - On January 25, 2011

    Great giveaway! And thanks for making part of it international :)

    Paris makes me think ‘beautiful’ and ‘history’.

    +1 commenting
    +1 follow on twitter (@CemsBooks)
    +1 follow on Facebook (Claire Mill)

    Total 3, and I’m in the UK

  18. by Kai A. - On January 25, 2011

    I absolutely love both covers! I don’t think I’ll be able to choose one if you ask me which one I like XD

    When you say Paris I automatically think of bright lights, lovely strolls at night, the Eiffel Tower. And all the romantic things that can happen in the world, somehow, for me it can happen when you’re in Paris. :) Oh, and I’m from the other side of the world, Philippines! ^^

    +1 I follow you on Twitter (@amaterasureads)
    +1 I liked your FB fan page (Julianne Agito)
    +1 for the comment

    *crossing fingers* I hope I win! Thanks for the chance, Amy!

    amaterasureads AT gmail DOT com

  19. by Tiffani Diggs - On January 25, 2011

    +1 for Twitter (I follow you as @calmandchaos)
    +1 for FB
    When I think of Paris, I think of Josephine Baker, The Catacombs, romance. I think of sitting around at a coffee shop trading ideas on what the world should be like, shouting and laughing at each other until the wee hours of the morning. Taking pictures, living and loving life. That’s what I think of Paris.

    I’m from Georgia!!

  20. by Amanda - On January 25, 2011

    NEXT MONTH!! That’s what comes to mind :). We’re all set to go for winter break.

    I’m an American living in Europe with an APO address so I qualify for either.

    (Just +1 for me. I don’t tweet and FB is too personal for me.)

  21. by Lucia - On January 25, 2011

    here I go!
    It would be so nice to have it! And you don’t have to ship it to Bora Bora but to Italy ;)
    +1 I follow you on twitter (@Aliaslucia)
    + 1 liked your fb page
    +1 comment

  22. by Emily H. - On January 25, 2011

    I follow you on Twitter (eheinlen).
    I liked your page on FB.

    I love Paris. I wish I could visit.

    I live in the US.

    I don’t care which ARC I get.

  23. by Yara @ Once Upon a Twilight - On January 25, 2011

    HI, Thanks for a great giveaway chance.

    +1 Twitter (@TwilightsDance)
    +1 Facebook (Yara Santos)
    +1 Paris always reminds me of love and those cute little hats they wear there. Some place I love to visit someday.

    Yara from New Caney, TX

  24. by Nicole - On January 25, 2011

    What comes to mind when I hear Paris is Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins since I just finished it! And than I think about just how far away Paris is (I live in New Jersey).

    +1 I follow you on Twitter(@chelsea_smiles)
    +1 for commenting

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

  25. by Amy75 - On January 25, 2011

    How exciting. Ok, I’m not on Twitter . . . booooo! But I already liked your FB page – a long time ago. Does that count? And what comes to mind when I think of Paris? DIE FOR ME, of course!

  26. by Tanya Maxemow - On January 25, 2011

    Great Food!!! That’s what I think of when you mention Paris.

    Give me three chances please.
    @tanemax- Twitter
    Tanya Fisher-Maxemow- Facebook
    Comment

    USA

    Thanks for the giveaway!!

    tanemaxx20(at)gmail(dot)com

  27. by Nicole S - On January 25, 2011

    +1 Yay! Thanks for the contest! When I think of Paris I always think of crepes. Yum!
    +1 I also follow you on twitter (@nicolereads).
    I live in the US and thanks again!

  28. by Alexandra T. - On January 25, 2011

    When I think of Paris…well, the book ‘Anna and the French Kiss’ keeps coming to mind at the moment. ;) But I also think of the French class I took when I was 12. I remember the French teacher gave us couscous and artichokes to eat, and I remember thinking that both tasted pretty good. She also gave us French money, a coin. I still have that coin.

    +1 Commenting
    +1 Twitter (@woven_)
    +1 Facebook (Alexandra Torres)

    I’m in the US. Thank you for the awesome giveaway! :)
    naruto_and_hinata(at)hotmail(dot)com

  29. by Stephanie - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy! The first thing that came to my mind when I thought of Paris was how I had to walk about 4 miles every day when the Metro employees were en greve while I was studying at the Sorbonne. Every time I crossed the Seine and saw Notre Dame at sunset on my walk home from class made up for all of the extra walking, though :) Plus, I was able to justify all of the pastries, baguettes, and crepes I was eating!

    I also liked your Facebook fan page and followed you on Twitter (@stephanieblind). I live in the US. Can’t wait to read Die for Me!

  30. by Kristin - On January 25, 2011

    +0: no Twitter
    +1 FB
    +1 Paris: I traveled solo to Paris in 1992 and stayed in a friend’s tiny apartment before taking the train to the south of France for her wedding. The unmistakable Parisian joie de vie is what has stayed with me all these years — and when I am feeling a bit low I search for a glimmer of that effervescent, ever-present passion I found when racing across the Place Charles de Gaulle, breathlessly gaping at the view from the bell tower at Notre Dame, or even perching on the edge of a bubbling fountain with chocolat chaud, watching the sun rise and waiting for the day to live up to that luminous potential.
    * Minnesota * Thank you for sharing your stories and your successes.

  31. by Susan Wald - On January 25, 2011

    What comes to mind when I think of Paris? In three words: Grandma’s Jewelry Box. There’s the sense of awe you get from it. It’s always a treat when you get to experience it. It’s an adventure when you’re allowed to peek into it. It’s fascinating as you sift through the brilliant pieces. It’s filled with fantastic treasures that entice the eyes and mind. It’s old, unique, and filled with history, memories and stories. Although it’s old, its contents still sparkle and shine with all it holds. It’s timeless and classic. And, you never want to close it or leave it behind.

    Three points for me!
    +1 Twitter (@orangestilettos)
    +1 Facebook (Susan Wald)
    +1 Commenting (see below)

  32. by Susan Wald - On January 25, 2011

    Adding my country is US!

  33. by Jessi E. - On January 25, 2011

    When I think of Paris, I think of the Eiffel Tower and beautiful accents and fresh bread and wine. (+1)

    I follow on Twitter as @elliottreview (+1)
    I liked on Facebook (Jessica Norris Elliott) (+1)

    I am in the US.

    Thanks for this giveaway.
    jlelliott08 AT gmail DOT com

  34. by Tara - On January 25, 2011

    Paris = Beautiful People!

  35. by Aydrea R. - On January 25, 2011

    When I think of Paris I think of romance and fashion (I live in the U.S). (+1)
    Follow on Twitter @arick01 and I tweeted about the contest (+1)
    Fan on Facebook (+1)

    Total=3

    Can’t wait to read the book, thanks for the giveaway!

  36. by Flannery - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy!
    I am so excited to read Die for Me! The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Paris is beautiful architecture.
    Thanks for running this contest!
    +1 for following on Twitter (@flannabanana)
    +1 for commenting
    =total of 2

    ~Flannery (US)

  37. by Kristina Ebert - On January 25, 2011

    I “like” you FB status for the contest

    http://twitter.com/#!/Kr15tina
    tweeted about the contest! :)

    What do I think about Paris, ‘An American Werewolf in Paris’, the Eiffel tower, good food, beauty, romance, sexuality and a place I will probably never go :( (only because it is very expensive to travel and I don’t have that extra money so I read about place I can’t travel to)

    I’m going to take a trip down to Oregon from Seattle to go see you at the Dark Days of Supernatural tour, I can’t wait!

    3 points

  38. by Samantha Mabry - On January 25, 2011

    Hi Amy,
    So excited to read DIE FOR ME.
    +1 I’m already a twitter follow
    +1 When I think of Paris, I think of went I went on a solo trip there as a student (knowing no French)almost ten years ago!
    That’s two points total –
    Best, Samantha in Texas

  39. by Lori Ann - On January 25, 2011

    I’m in good company! I follow you on Twitter, am a fan of your page, of course. And now, I’m leaving my deux cents on Paris: Don’t stick your tongue on la Tour Eiffel when it’s freezing outside. (Or at least tell your kids not to.)
    Good luck!
    Lori Ann

  40. by Laura - On January 25, 2011

    It’s so awesome that you’re running this contest with the opportunity for people anywhere to win even those of us downunder in Australia!

    The first thing that comes to mind when I think of Paris is “Let them eat cake!” and after that it’s an argument of why Marie Antoinette never actually said that but how it was just propaganda. And then, much like it does when you are in Paris, it ends in thoughts of cake and macaroons like what she was telling her people to eat! ;p

    +1 for commenting
    +1 for following on twitter ( cynicallaura)
    = 2 entries into what I must say is awesome hat

  41. by Minas - On January 25, 2011

    When I think of Paris, I think of the Eiffel Tower.

    +1 for commenting
    +1 for following on Twitter (@mt0089)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  42. by Judy - On January 26, 2011

    1. Paris, pour moi, c’est avant tout les musées, et après ça, les marchés, et même le Métro. C’est l’histoire, la beauté, et la langue française. C’est aussi pour moi mon passé, et, j’espère aussi un peu mon avenir :)

    2. I read your tweets, but I can’t “follow” you, I guess, because I’m not a twitterer.

    3. I did an “aime” on FB here il y a longtemps :)

    I live in the U.S.!
    Judy

  43. by June - On January 26, 2011

    What a cool giveaway. Okay. When I think of Paris, I think of love, romance and history! It’s such an “vintage” city. I was in England this summer and meant to hop over there, but was too worn out from traveling. The next time though!

    I follow you on Twitter, @junegoodwin. Unfortunately, I don’t have a Facebook account, so couldn’t “like” your fan page, but I’m sure it’s awesome…lol…so let’s see, Twitter and commenting here, gives me 2 points.

    Good luck to me!

  44. by Jennifer - On January 26, 2011

    Hi Amy,
    I am entering for the US ARC because I am in NYC. I liked you on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/people/Jennifer-Poe/501385100) and I am commenting here, so I guess that’s 2 points for me. When I think of Paris I think of Josephine baker, James Baldwin and Ernest Hemingway. These are three of my icons. I also think about how Paris was the first country I traveled to internationally when I was just 19 years old. I was terrified and cried on the plane, but the French citizens received me with warmth and I am thankful for the art and poetry I created from my trip. However, I am also writing from the P.O.V of a Parisian teen for my book, so Paris has been consuming my mind lately. I look forward to reading your book.

  45. by Airaseem - On January 26, 2011

    i’ll love to wina ARC for die for me can’t wait to read it :)

  46. by Airaseem - On January 26, 2011

    i’ll love to wina ARC for die for me can’t wait to read it
    +1 for following on twitter
    +1 for liking on facebook
    +1 for leaving a comment
    i could win but lets see :)
    your book sounds amazing :)

  47. by Bernice - On January 26, 2011

    Hi Amy,
    +1 for following you on twitter (I’, bm89)
    +1 for liking on facebook
    +1 for leaving a comment

    What I like most about Paris is its amazing history and of course it’s beauty. I’m finally going to be able to go to France this summer so I’m so excited to actually be able to see everything in person.

    P.S. I can’t wait to read your book it sounds amazing!

  48. by Missy - On January 26, 2011

    Hello,
    Thank you so much for this giveaway!
    I’m french and when i think of Paris in one word: Museum ( Museum of louvre ;) )
    I’ve 3 point:
    +1 For twitter: @FolianisteMissy
    +1 For Facebook: Tatiana Dostes
    +1 I leave a comment.
    Thank you again.
    Ps: This is the hat of mad hatter in Alice in Wonderland?^^

  49. by Kathrin - On January 27, 2011

    Hi Amy,

    thanks for giving us the chance to win an ARC of your book!

    Total = 2 points
    -O No Twitter :((
    +1 For leaving a Comment
    +1 For FB liking You are the reason I finally got on FB

    Paris = LOVE/Romance, Eiffel Tower, Seine, Louvre, Montparnasse, Vine, Baguette, Cheese, Macarons, Bistro, Shopping, great clothes/shoes and so much more good things *sigh* ;)
    Thanks again, Amy!

  50. by Kathrin - On January 27, 2011

    Oops, I forgot…US version please

  51. by Erika - On January 27, 2011

    Hello Amy,
    Really looking forward to the release of your book! I don’t think i can hold til may, its TOO LONG A WAIT!!!! The one word that comes to mind when Paris is mention is Romance. I have chosen romance because it is one of the most romantic cities in the world because of the Eiffel Tower, the atmosphere and the wine. I have done all the following steps and look forward to hearing from ARC!!!! I’m really excited to say that i am even looking forward to the triology even though i havent read book 1 yet. I know its going to be a great novel. It would mean alot to me if i won this contest! I want the book so badly, reading the description makes me want to read it now at this very second! Thankyou for giving me the opportunity to enter this contest as i live in Australia.

    Erika :)

  52. by Lisa Neiman - On January 27, 2011

    Twitter 1
    FB 1
    Website 1

    Certain smells always remind me of Paris. Strong Espresso mixed in with fresh bread/Croissants and the sweet of crepes.

  53. by SJ Jaber - On January 27, 2011

    Hi Amy,
    I follow you on Twitter(CristyJJ)
    I “Like” your FB page (Cristy Reader)
    The first thing that came to mind when I think of Paris is the romance!♥

  54. by Ana Lucía - On January 27, 2011

    When I think of Paris I think of sexy accents and beautiful architecture. My dream is to visit Paris someday, is the number one of bucket list.
    1 point for Twitter,
    1 point for Facebook,
    1 point for blog comment.
    Thank you for giving me the opportunity to enter this contest as i live in Guatemala, fingers crossed the hat likes me :)

  55. by Jessica Hansen - On January 27, 2011

    Hi, I’m Jessica
    I’m Stalking you on twitter – Takingitonebook
    Liking you on Facebook – Jessica Hansen

    Paris to me = Lights, magic, romance, adventure.

    Congrats on the book, I can’t wait to read it and tell my followers all about it!

  56. by Jessica Hansen - On January 27, 2011

    Oh, and US….my fingers hit the tab button a little to quickly :)

  57. by Rachel @ Bookshelf Lust - On January 28, 2011

    Yay! I’ve done all 3. I’d love to win and get to read Die For Me early. : )
    +1 comment
    +1 twitter: Bookshelflust
    +1 Facebook: Rachel Scroggins

    3 total for me!

  58. by Julie - On January 28, 2011

    I can’t wait to read your book! It tops my list of must reads this year. The both covers are gorgeous. I’m really drawn to the US one. The story sounds fantastic. When I think of Paris, I immediately think of the Eiffel Tower. But also, food, the clothes, the theater and culture, and definitely romance!

    I follow you on Twitter @Screenplaydiva. I don’t have facebook :(

    Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  59. by Clayton - On January 28, 2011

    When I think of Paris I think of crepes. Totally tasty and I love them.
    +1 Facebook- Clayton Onuoha
    +1 Comment
    Total=2
    I live in New Jersey
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  60. by Miss Page-Turner - On January 29, 2011

    I enter for the international ARC,because I’m from Germany:)

    * I am following you on twitter as @MPTsCityofBooks
    * Like you on FB as “Sar Werb”
    * And here comes my comment

    Total = 3 entries

    Paris- I somehow think of baguette and dove flying around the gargoyles of Notre Dame. I also think of Disney Land, where I’ve been wanting to celebrate my birthday since I am 6 and now 14 years later I haven’t been there yet:D

  61. by Leanna - On January 29, 2011

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I can’t wait to read Die For Me.

    I am a +3
    I follow on twitter @daisychainbooks and your Facebook page (Leanna O’ Reilly)

    When I think of Paris…Macarons & Crepes, Jim Morrison and The Petit Trianon <3

    I'm from Ireland.

  62. by Alexis Salcido - On January 29, 2011

    I really really want to win! I absolutely would DIE to read DIE FOR ME. Well, not really but I cannot wait to read!!!!

    Paris sounds amazinggg! I loved Anna and the French Kiss and all the sights made me want to go there even more. Thank you so much Amy for hosting this contest. Both covers are so beautiful. Congrats on everything! :)
    I got two points: liked your page
    http://www.facebook.com/amyplumfanpage?v=wall#!/profile.php?id=100001478437372
    And posted a comment

  63. by Mariya - On January 30, 2011

    Thank you so much for this giveaway! I would love to win an ARC of this book. I am from Minnesota. When I think of Paris I think of Love.
    +1 twitter follower (@mariya_davis)
    +1 fan facebook page (mariya davis)
    +1 left a comment.
    Total = 3

    Mariya

  64. by Nesbi Maret Hernandez - On January 31, 2011

    When I think of Paris, I remember the bliss of walking it’s streets with my family (We celebrated: My Dad’s retirement, My brothers and I finishing school)

    +1 fan at FB page http://www.facebook.com/nesbi.maret
    +1 following tw @neslara
    +1 left msg, I’m in Mexico so it would be the Atom one.

    P.S. TY for the memory from Paris, My brother still had hair
    and I was a redhead

  65. by Alexis Salcido - On February 1, 2011

    Oh, and I’m US. Sorry, almost forgot to post that:)

  66. by Caterina - On February 2, 2011

    Dear Amy,
    I’m from Italy and I’m dying to read your book.
    Here the score:
    +1 FB
    +1 Twit EnoraAltavici(…I signed in specially to have all the chances…but I don’t even exactly understand how it works :(
    +1 Paris reminds me of the weird colour of seafood displayed in the Latin Quarter.
    Thanks and Good Luck.
    Caterina

  67. by Cari's Book Blog - On February 2, 2011

    I follow you on twitter: Cariblogs

    I follow you on Facebook

    When I think of Paris I think of Gene Kelly and Audrey Hepburn movies.

    I’m in the US

    3 Points

  68. by Sara Gundell - On February 3, 2011

    When I think of Paris … I think of French food, French wine & French boys! :)

    I’m also a fan on Facebook & a Twitter follower (@NovelNovice)

    3 points!

  69. by Carolyn Montgomery - On February 3, 2011

    Paris – Unique
    following on Twitter @sophsam01
    Liked on Face book – Carolyn Montgomery
    and comment here = 3 points
    oh and I am in the UK

    Thanks for the comp

  70. by FloeticFlo - On February 3, 2011

    Eiffel Tower! =)

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    +1 Twitter follower (@FloeticFlo)

  71. by Spav - On February 3, 2011

    When I think of Paris I think of crepes, croisants and the Senna river.

    I live in Spain
    +1 Twitter follower: (@Sparima)
    +1 FB Fan: Arantza C
    +1 Comment

    spav05(at)gmail(dot)com

  72. by Rachelle - On February 3, 2011

    +1 I follow you on twitter as @WulfLuva93
    +1 I like you on FB as Rachelle Hayes
    +1 When I think of Paris I think of French boys!

    Total: 3
    USA
    oreo_93 at hotmail dot com

  73. by Book Sp(l)ot - On February 3, 2011

    Right now, the first thing that comes to mind with Paris is probably food because I am really hungry & I want something like a crossiant-but a good one. (or, that, in Paris, my name would not be misspelled nearly as often!)

    Did #s 1, 2, & 3 (Lucile on FB, thebookspot on Twitter) and I live in the US. – and very, very much want to read your book :)

  74. by Ivy - On February 4, 2011

    Awesome giveaway! Hoping yo snag a copy to read!! :)

    Paris reminds me of my Installs banquets because it was paris themed. Love the Eiffel Tower.

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    Thanks!!
    Ivy

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