Friday, March 29, 2019

Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky (March 30-April 5, 2019)

Welcome to this week's Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky! We may be celebrating April Fools' Day this week, but you won't be a fool if you visit this page every day to see what great giveaways have been added! And if you're hosting a giveaway on your blog or website, feel free to share it in the linky below. Then share this page on your social media sites to invite all your friends! Have a great week, have some fun, and thanks for stopping by!

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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

The Sherlock Jr. Detective Agency Book Tour: Giveaway for a T-Shirt, Hat and a Character Named After You in the Next Book!

The Sherlock Jr. Detective Agency
by Marc Morgenstern
Genre: YA, Teen Mystery

Chas, Zoe, Xander, Nickie and Patricia and Sally make up the Sherlock Jr. Detective Agency. Even though they are only 12 years old, each one of them possess their own unique specialty. Patricia is a computer whiz, Zoe and Xander, the twins, are inventors, Nickie is a mathematician, Sally is their administrator and Chas is the leader. In this adventure, they are hired by Skids, the local skate boarding champ, to find his missing dog Casper, which was stolen out right of his back yard in broad daylight. Suspecting foul play their detective skills and the Sherlock Jr. Network in the neighborhood. They must put their best foot forward to solve the crime before time runs out and the kidnapped Casper is sold on an auction web site to the highest bidder.

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Chapter 4
The Trials

The trials were an age-old initiation process that all members of Sherlock Jr. had gone through. They were to test physical, mental and intellectual abilities. The trials had to be completed in a certain amount of time. If the subject failed to complete any of the trials in the specified time frames, they couldn’t become a member. The test was only administered to a person once. If you failed, you flunked out for good. So you had better be positive that you could do it.

The first trial was always a test of strength and endurance. You were pushed hard and fast which was why the location was widely known: the school playground at Benjamin Harris Junior School, named after the president who was in office when Sherlock Holmes was first published. Kids needed to pass this first trial and they needed to practice. Today was no different.

As the Sherlock Jr. members walked up to the playground, there were a few kids that were trying to beat the minimum time allowed. Most failed. The team crowded around Jeremy. By the looks on everyone’s faces, half were excited to get a new member, the other half were skeptical.

No one had just ever jumped into the trials. Usually they had interned and helped out around the clubhouse and, when they were ready, they took a few practice tests and when they were confident, they took the trials. No one had ever done what Jeremy was attempting to do.

Sally, who had cleaned herself up, pulled out her huge stop watch and stood before Jeremy. Jeremy looked out into the playground with ease. He’s lived five minutes from here for most of his life. He’s played on this particular playground since he was four years old and considering he’ll be fourteen in a couple of years that was almost a decade! Sally snapped her fingers in front of his face to get his attention.

“Alright, listen up. You have to travel up the slide, make your way to the monkey bar, swing across.” While Sally talked, Jeremy didn’t take his eyes off the prize.

“Continue to the rope bridge, cross the rings and make your way to the end. To qualify, the time to beat is one minute and thirty seconds.”

Jeremy’s lip curled in amazement. This seemed too easy. He turned to Chas who was obviously the guy with the best time. “What’s your record?” he pried.

“I wouldn’t try for my record. You may hurt yourself,” gloated Chas.

“Just tell me,” insisted Jeremy as he stretched out his arms and legs. Chas looked Jeremy up and down, was this going to be a battle for Alpha Dog status?

“Fine,” Chas acquiesced. “Forty-six seconds.” The record had stood for four years. Chas was very proud of it. He had beaten his older brother Michael’s record by a good nine seconds.

“Forty-six seconds,” Jeremy confirmed. Chas’ smile dropped away. He hoped that this Jeremy kid wasn’t a show off.

“Look, don’t strain yourself,” Chas said, trying to ease Jeremy into doing a good job. “You just need one minute thirty seconds to qualify.” It didn’t seem to matter, Jeremy was focused and determined.

“Alright, on your mark,” Sally bellowed as her stopwatch clicked back to zero. Jeremy put his hands on the foot of the slide. The same slide he had traversed a thousand times before. “Get set,” Sally urged. Jeremy readied his body and gripped the edges. The others watched with determination. Chas worried about his record. Sally waited an extra second to add suspense to the entire scenario. Then she yelled “Go!” and clicked the stopwatch.

Jeremy bolted up the slide faster than anyone had done before. To him there was no slide, no monkey bars or rope bridge. It was just him and the record -- forty-six seconds. He focused on the slide and tuned out the cheering crowd.

“Ten seconds!” shouted Sally. Jeremy was in fine form. Making it to the top of the slide, he quickly ran up to the monkey bars and leapt. He flew through the air with a mighty blur and made it to the fourth rung from his jump, it was quite impressive. The average kid would start at the first or second rung, not Jeremy, he was a dynamo. Then much to the amazement of all, he crossed the bars two at a time! Chas’ jaw dropped.

“Fifteen seconds,” Sally’s voice encouraged Jeremy further. Several other kids from the neighborhood ran up. They all knew what this was. Chas started to bite his nails.

“You look worried,” Xander commented as he leaned in to be heard. Chas didn’t take his eyes off Jeremy. “No, of course not,” Chas unconvincingly replied. By this time Jeremy had cleared the monkey bars and was running up to the rope bridge - the playground’s toughest obstacle. If Jeremy was going to stumble, it was going to be here.

“Twenty-five seconds!” Sally shouted. The rope bridge did prove to be a little tough. It hadn’t rained in a while, so the rope was dry like sandpaper. Jeremy’s hands burned with each grasp of the rope. Chas watched him carefully, noting each stumble or mistake. He didn’t have to count high. As he neared the end of the rope bridge, Sally shouted, “Thirty-five seconds!”

Jeremy had one more obstacle. The hanging rings. Everything seemed like it was going in slow motion. Jeremy grabbed the rings and swung out skipping the next two rings leaving air between the first ring he left and the third ring he grabbed. The crowd went wild. Chas watched nervously as this kid from nowhere was clearly getting close to beating his record. Then the unfortunate happened. Jeremy missed one of the rings. There was his fatal flaw, this new kid was over confident, thought Chas. Chas’ grin grew as Jeremy swung back and had to grab a closer ring to advance.

“Jeremy! Jeremy! Jeremy!” chanted the kids. Jeremy jumped down from the rings and rounded the final bend. He pushed himself harder than he had ever before. As he made his way toward the finish line, Chas swallowed hard -- this kid was good.

The crowd, which had increased three-fold cheered him on. As Jeremy crossed the finish line Sally held her hand up while simultaneously clicking the stop watch.

“Stop!” she cried. Jeremy skidded to a halt causing a tremendous amount of dirt to fly up and rested with his hands on his knees and out of breath. All of the kids quieted and stood on pins and needles to hear the results.

“Well?” wheezed Jeremy.

“Forty-three seconds,” declared Sally. There was a moment of silence for everyone to fathom what had just happened. It seemed to go on forever. In the future when this story is told, this moment will be at least a good minute and a half. Not so, it was more like half a second, but you could, as they say in the biz, drive a truck through it.

Chas’ face dropped. His record was defeated. Everyone cheered and ran up to Jeremy to congratulate him. As they patted him on the back, the crowd parted to reveal Chas standing, staring at him in silence. The master was now the student. Chas made no movement. Was this the passing of the torch or were there hard feelings?

Chas thrust his hand out. The team jumped back. Was there going to be a fight? It was one thing to break the record, but to smugly say you’re going to do it beforehand and then do it was another.

“Good job,” complimented Chas. His hand was open waiting for a handshake. Jeremy stuck his hand out and shook it. There were no hard feelings. More cheers erupted from the neighborhood kids.

“Nice work,” Sally said stoically while jotting notes on her pad. “Next is a test of observation.” She then pulled a blindfold out of her pocket. A murmur started amongst the crowd. Jeremy was in for something special.


Marc Morgenstern has been a part of the film industry for at least 25 years, but became a serious writer/director in 2004 when he shot his first feature film, The Vampire Conspiracy, that went on to receive worldwide distribution. In addition, it has been translated into four languages and sold in Walmart, Blockbuster, Target, and more. It launched Fangoria's, the nations largest resource for horror fiction's online streaming service Fangoria TV, and during its release was searched in the top 700 searched movies on imdb.com. After it was turned into a graphic novel, it won a silver medal at the 2010 Independent Publishing Awards.

Since then, Marc has achieved international recognition with his Cannes Lions Shortlisting commercial "Poker Face," which either placed or won in 10 different award shows.


One of Marc's greatest industry accomplishments was as the creator of the variety show, HouseCapades, with Mike Bullard, and achieved the #1 show of its kind in its time slot and ran for over 250 episodes, one of the longest running television shows in Canadian history.

After that, he ended up becoming the Broadcasting Creative Director at Avid Life Media, where he created and produced over 80 international commercials for over 30 markets and directed the documentary, Affairs Across America. With Avid Life Media, Marc has written and developed a variety show, a reality show, two feature films and a sitcom.

Marc is no stranger to directing children. He also created the three award-winning nationally renowned live-action shorts titled: Operation: LabBrats. In 2013, Marc moved to California where he immediately went into production, writing and directing the feature film, Vitals, with Christopher Showerman, Charlene Amoia, Tim Russ, Claudia Wells and Sachin Mehta.

He currently lives in Burbank, CA, with his loving wife, Tanya.



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Friday, March 22, 2019

Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky (March 23-29, 2019)

Welcome to this week's Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky! If you're hosting a giveaway on your blog or website, feel free to share it in the linky below. Then share this page on your social media sites to invite all your friends! If you're hoping to win great prizes, bookmark this page and come back daily to see the new giveaways that have been added. (You'll also find some great giveaways on my right sidebar!) Have a great week, and thanks for stopping by!

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Saturday, March 16, 2019

Children's Book Review: "We Are the Gardeners," by Joanna Gaines

We Are the Gardeners
by Joanna Gaines
Illustrated by Julianna Swaney
Pub Date: March 26, 2019

In We Are the Gardeners, Joanna and the kids chronicle the adventures of starting their own family garden. From their failed endeavors, obstacles to overcome (bunnies that eat everything!), and all the knowledge they've gained along the way, the Gaines family shares how they learned to grow a happy, successful garden. As it turns out, trying something new isn't always easy, but the hardest work often yields the greatest reward. There are always new lessons to be learned in the garden!

You and your children can learn all about the Gaines family's story of becoming gardeners in Joanna's first children’s book—starting with the first little fern Chip bought for Jo. Over the years, the family's love for gardening blossomed into what is now a beautiful, bustling garden.

Julianna Swaney’s illustrations bring the Gaines family garden to life with colorful, whimsical watercolors and invite you to enjoy the beauty of a thriving garden.

My Thoughts: We Are the Gardeners is a beautiful introduction to gardening for children and families. We’ve all had plants that didn’t thrive due to problems with watering, sunlight, or wildlife. This charming children’s book shows that planting and maintaining a garden is hard work, but it’s also rewarding to create something of beauty and utility. The Gaines children learn how to solve problems, work diligently, and do their research when creating a garden. This book will inspire families to start their own gardens or tend to indoor plants if gardening isn’t an option. Illustrator Julianna Swaney also deserves high praise for her beautiful and charming illustrations that make this book such a joy to look at.



About the Author:
Joanna Gaines is the co-founder of Magnolia, a home and lifestyle brand that she started with her husband, Chip, in 2003. She is the bestselling author of The Magnolia Story, Magnolia Table, and Homebody, as well as editor-in-chief of Magnolia Journal, a lifestyle magazine offering inspiration for your life and home. The Gaineses, along with their five kids, live on a farm in Waco, Texas, where they enjoy caring for their bustling family garden.



Disclosure: I received a complimentary digital copy of this book through NetGalley. All opinions are 100% my own.

INSTANT FAMILY Is Now on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital! Enter to Win a Blu-ray/DVD Combo and Themed Activity Kit!

About Instant Family:
This heartwarming film, inspired by real events from the life of writer/director Sean Anders, follows Pete (Mark Wahlberg) and Ellie (Rose Byrne) as they decide to start a family and stumble into the world of foster-care adoption. They hope to take in one small child, but when they meet three siblings, including a rebellious 15-year-old girl (Isabela Moner), they find themselves speeding from zero to three kids overnight. Now, Pete and Ellie must hilariously try to learn the ropes of instant parenthood in the hopes of becoming a family. INSTANT FAMILY also stars Octavia Spencer, Tig Notaro and Margo Martindale.

My thoughts: 
I loved Instant Family and the fact that it was inspired by a real-life family. It had a lot of funny moments, and yet it also handled the topic of foster-care adoption realistically by showing that it's not always easy to build a family this way. There are guaranteed to be numerous problems due to the children's pasts and the legal system, but the long-term rewards are worth the struggles for most families. Instant Family was the perfect mix of humor and realism, and really inspired me to think more about the foster-care system and the number of children who need families. At the same time, it was a very enjoyable movie to watch with an excellent cast and storyline. Highly recommended!

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One lucky winner will receive an INSTANT FAMILY activity kit (pictured above), which includes items based upon moments from the film, including “Grandma’s make-up kit” (washable markers and a make-up bag), a t-shirt with fabric markers and fabric paint, a custom bag, balloons, a hairbrush and the Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack of INSTANT FAMILY! Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Sunday, March 31, 2019.

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this film to facilitate my honest review, but all opinions are my own. Thanks to Paramount for providing the prize pack.

Book Blitz: "Return," a Middle Grade Fantasy by A.L. Brown


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Fable Ranger, Book 2
MG Fairy Tale, MG Fantasy
Published: February 2019
Publisher: Dingbat Publishing

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Casey is home! But not for long…

Casey’s short-lived return to the real world is followed by a rapid scramble back to Lorealia to tackle Dovetail and more of his mischief. This time, it’s a family affair — not just to save the missing godmothers, but to rescue her sister Leslie as well.

Snow White is now Snow Leslie, trapped in an off-script fairy tale that’s doomed to spiral into a never ever after with the rest of Lorealia if Casey, her father, and Charlie-boy fail their mission to stop a war.

And has the book finally realized it made a mistake in choosing Casey as the Fable Ranger after all? Why is it rejecting her?

Don’t miss this final installment of the exciting Fable Ranger duology.



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Summons
Fable Ranger, Book 1
Publisher: Dingbat Publishing

Take care what you wish for. You just might get it.

Twelve-year-old Casey doesn’t think life could get any more unfair. Plans for her special basketball tournament are tossed aside by her sister’s wedding plans. She even has to be a bridesmaid now, with all the lace and silk and—oh, the horror! All she wants is an escape, but she never imagined she’d be swept away to a world of Mother Goose rhymes, fairy tales, stories of Arabian Nights, and oh, by the way, all but one fairy godmother has been kidnapped.

Casey learns she’s been summoned as the Fable Ranger to lead the search and rescue of the missing wish-makers. But she’s not the hero they want. In the world of fairy tales, damsels aren’t meant to swoop in and save the day.

Now all Casey wants is to go home, but the veil between worlds is on lockdown. Taking fate into her own hands, she embarks on an airship flight to find the phoenix tears that can open her way home. Her journey would’ve gone as smooth as the perfect layup if it weren’t for that pesky bounty the evil Dovetail has placed on her head. But if Casey fails, the Arabian Nights will disappear forever—and leave her trapped in a world unraveling one fairy tale at a time.





Excerpt

Explaining things would be hard, but I had to make them understand. No telling what evil plans Dovetail had brewing — worse yet if he’d already put them into action. I didn’t know why he wanted to bring Lorealia to some spiraling, awful happily never after, but he seemed bent on making it so. Dad and I needed to get back there quick, fast, and in a major hurry to keep it from happening.

Oh, Frankenstein. Please believe me. Here goes. “This is going to sound weird, but I was summoned by mistake, I think. Or maybe not. Still unsure about that part. It has to do with the book of Lorealia.”

“Isn’t that the book you read to us all the time, Dad?” Leslie asked, interrupting me. “The one with the Mother Goose rhymes, fairy tales, all kinds of legends, and everything? That’s just a book.” She waved her hand, dismissing my words.

Dad opened his mouth to speak but clapped his lips shut. From the way his brows stitched together, I could tell he was struggling to find the right words. I understood his pain all too well.

Leslie looked from Dad to me then back to Dad again, giggling nervously. “It is just a book, right?”


About the Author

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Angela Brown is a lover of books, from classics to steampunk and everything in between. She's published Neverlove and They All Fall Down of the Shadow Jumpers series, Frailties of the Bond and Atone of the NEO Chronicles, and Beacon, a YA urban fantasy dystopian published by Evernight Teen publishing.

As A.L. Brown, she dove into the world of middle-grade storytelling with the release of Fable Ranger Summons via Dingbat Publishing, an MG fairy tale mash-up where it takes more than a wish to keep the legends of Arabian Nights and Sleeping Beauty from spiraling into disastrous never ever afters. This tale concludes with its now available sequel, Fable Ranger Return, where tackling Dovetail’s mischief and saving missing godmothers becomes a family affair.

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Friday, March 15, 2019

Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky (March 16-22, 2019)

Happy St. Patrick's Day, and welcome to this week's edition of the Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky! If you're hosting any giveaways on your blog or website, feel free to share them in the linky below. Then share this page on your social media sites to invite all your friends! If you're hoping to win great prizes, bookmark this page and come back daily to see the new giveaways that have been added. (You'll also find some great giveaways on my right sidebar, including lots of gift cards!) Have a great week, and don't drink too much green beer!

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Book Blitz: "Once in a Forest," a Children's Book by Adriana Pernetz


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Children's Book
Date Published: July 2018
Publisher:
Christian Faith Publishing

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Once in a Forest is a timeless narrative, both amusing and insightful -- a perfect tool for teaching children the value of friendship and camaraderie in life.

Animals in the forest are having a hard time accepting each other's differences. One day, an unlikely friendship shows the forest that differences are what the woodland creatures need to bring happiness to all.


About the Author

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Adriana Pernetz has been a school teacher for 23 years. She taught in Venezuela before moving to Texas in 1997. She has a degree in Pedagogical Sciences from La Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (Venezuela) and a Masters in Bilingual Education from Southern Methodist University (United States).  She presently teaches 2nd-grade dual language in Garland ISD, Texas.


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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Book Tour and Giveaway: "Nikki Loves Her Hair," by Nailah Jones


Nikki is a young girl who loves everything about her natural hair. She loves all of the hairstyles she can do and matching with mommy and friends!

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Nailah Jones is a natural haired girl from Snellville, Georgia. After years of getting relaxers, she realized her natural hair better fit her identity and later decided to go back to her natural roots. She has now had locs for two years and counting. Nailah thinks that it is important to let other natural girls in her community know how beautiful their natural hair is, so they never have to wonder!

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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Use Your Tax Refund to Start Paying for Your Child’s Higher Education with a Florida Prepaid College Plan!


This post is sponsored by Florida Prepaid College Plans. All thoughts are my own.

This time of year, most of us begin to think about the work we need to do to get our income taxes filed. Let’s face it, it’s not a lot of fun to get all our paperwork in order and try to figure out the forms and tax laws. However, for many of us, there’s a reward at the end of this tedious process: a refund! Then, the only problem becomes: What’s the best way to use this “bonus money”?

I have a recommendation… Put this money to good use by purchasing a Florida Prepaid College Plan! Whether you have a newborn, elementary school student or a teenager, now’s the perfect time to lock in future college costs for less and help ease the worry of how you’re going to pay for your child’s higher education. There are so many options available, enabling you to find the plan that best suits your budget and needs. And it’s worry-free because you will never lose your investment.


Florida Prepaid plans are also extremely flexible. If your child gets a scholarship, you can use the money to pay for housing or grad school. If your child decides to attend an out-of-state college or university, the money you’ve invested can be used there, too. If your child doesn’t go to college, you can get a refund or transfer the plan to another child. There really are no downsides to opening a plan as soon as possible. If you’re a grandparent or other relative of a minor child, the purchase of a Florida Prepaid plan makes a gift that will benefit the child for the rest of his or her life. Think about how wonderful it would be for them to graduate debt-free!

Finally, here’s another great reason why now is the best time to enroll in a Florida Prepaid College Plan before the enrollment period ends on April 30, 2019. Use the promo code below to get $30 off the application fee!

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Yes, open enrollment ends on April 30, 2019, so don’t miss this window of opportunity to give your child the gift of a lifetime. Get those income taxes filed and use that refund for a Florida Prepaid College Plan!



Sunday, March 10, 2019

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase Arrives in Theaters March 15: Celebrate with a Blog App and Swag Pack Giveaway!

**Warner Bros. provided me with a swag pack to facilitate this post. The opinions I share are my own.**


Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase 


Who doesn’t love an epic mystery?

Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase is an all-new film coming to theaters on March 15 from Warner Bros., Ellen DeGeneres’ A Very Good Production and Red 56.

The iconic mystery solving teenager from the classic Nancy Drew books is back with an all-new feature length film that will keep you guessing until the very end!

About Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase 


After the death of his wife, Carson Drew decides to leave Chicago behind and make a fresh start with his daughter 16-year-old daughter Nancy in River Heights. Nancy is asked by Flora to help solve the ghostly activity at her home, the Twin Elms mansion. Can she help explain the creaking footsteps, exploding lightbulbs and the ominous creature? Is it the handiwork of high-school bully Derek Barnes? Or is it possible that the ghost of original owner Malcolm Colfax is back for revenge? Recruiting her best friends George and Bess, along with local “mean girl” Helen, Nancy Drew is on the case!

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In Theaters March 15!


Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase Escape Room & Mystery Match Blog App:

• Welcome to the Interactive Nancy Drew Escape Room - To escape, you must solve riddles and find items to uncover the three numbers needed to open to door. Good luck!

• In the Mystery Match Video Puzzle, use your mouse to click + drag puzzle pieces to unlock clips from the film.



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One lucky winner will receive a Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase Swag Pack! The Swag Pack includes:
- Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase - film t-shirt
- Nancy Drew Escape Room Sticker Sheet (4"x6")
- Nancy Drew - Earbuds & pouch

Each household is only eligible to win Nancy Drew and the Hidden Staircase - Theatrical Pack via blog reviews and giveaways. Only one entrant per mailing address per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you will not be eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.

Enter through the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and ends at 11:59 PM ET on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The prize will be sent via FedEx or USPS. No P.O. Boxes please.

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Friday, March 08, 2019

Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky (March 9-15, 2019)

Welcome to this week's edition of the Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky! If you're hosting any giveaways on your blog or website, feel free to share them in the linky below. Then share this page on your social media sites to invite all your friends! If you're hoping to win great prizes, bookmark this page and come back daily to see the new giveaways that have been added. (You'll also find some great giveaways on my right sidebar, including lots of gift cards!) Have a great week!

NOTE: Where it asks for "Your Name," enter the name of your giveaway along with the end date. For the URL, enter the exact URL where your giveaway is located. Comments are appreciated but never required. Thank you!



Saturday, March 02, 2019

Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky (March 2-8, 2019)

Welcome to the Wondrous Weekly Giveaway Linky! If you're hosting any giveaways on your blog or website, feel free to share them in the linky below. Then share this page on your social media sites to get more traffic! If you're hoping to win great prizes, bookmark this page and come back daily to see the new giveaways that have been added. (You'll also find some great giveaways on my right sidebar.) Thanks for stopping by!

NOTE: Where it asks for "Your Name," enter the name of your giveaway along with the end date. For the URL, enter the exact URL where your giveaway is located. Comments are appreciated but never required. Thank you!