So you want a contest? How about TWO CONTESTS? I have decided to add the SPONSORSHIP contest to my already-running TAKE A REV TO SCHOOL contest. And, as usual, these contests are international. Here are the deets:
The TAKE A REV TO SCHOOL CONTEST involves your posting to my FB page a photo of you holding DIE FOR ME while you stand next to a French teacher. “Whaaaaaaa..huh” you say? Well, as you know D4M is packed chock-full of references to life in France, and I would be pleased as punch if French teachers began recommending it for that reason to their students. If you’re still confused, or if you just want the rules, go HERE. Prizes: EVERY ENTRY wins a signed bookplate. And randomly chosen prizes include an ARC of INCARNATE, an ARC of SHATTER ME, and an ARC of UNTIL I DIE. Deadline: Sept. 30! *Being a very hard contest, there will be very few entries, so you stand a HIGH chance at winning a prize*
SPONSORSHIP CONTEST: each time you get someone who is not already following me on FB (facebook.com/amyplumfanpage) or Twitter (twitter.com/iheartrevenants) to follow or “like”, you will win one entry into my SPONSORSHIP contest. There is no limit on entries. Once both my Twitter and FB followers reach 2000, I will have a randomized drawing. To enter, just post a comment here with 1. your name, 2. whether you sponsored on FB or Twitter, 3. the friend you’re sponsoring’s FB or Twitter name*, so that I can check to see if they did, indeed, just join follow. (Sponsors for people who unfollow and then follow again will be disqualified.) Prizes: a signed ARC of UNTIL I DIE (once it is out), a signed copy of DIE FOR ME, a hardback copy of HUSH, HUSH, 20 signed bookmarks (20 separate prizes), 2 Eiffel Tower keychains with a J (for Jules – I’m out of V for Vincent ones!), and 1 Eiffel Tower charm with a pink heart. That is a LOT of prizes!!!
So go find a French teacher, or start checking to see which of your friends is not yet following me, and begin racking up the points for my contests! Ready, set…you’re gone!
*The fine print: a sponsored person does not receive a point for their own name, but they can then start sponsoring other people to earn their own points. Also, only one prize per person, per contest.