Thursday, September 17, 2009

Win Once a Witch by Carolyn MacCullough!

**Contest Closed**
This is your chance to Win...
Once a Witch (signed) by Carolyn MacCullough

Rules: 1 Winner!
  1. What is one time period you would choose to live in other than the current one and why? +1
  2. Comment on Author Interview here: +1
  3. Comment on My Review here: +1
  4. Link to blog: +1
  5. Follow me on Twitter +1
  6. Follower : +2
Total = 7 entries

Contest ends @ midnight (CST) October 1, 2009. U.S. and Canada Residents Only (Sorry!)

62 comments:

  1. +1 I would choose the 50s because I love the fashion and music.
    +1 interview comment
    +1 review comment
    +1 link to your blog in my sidebar
    +2 follower

    titania86[at]yahoo.com

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  2. I would choose the Victorian era because I love the literature, fashion, and overall culture of the period.

    +1 Comment
    +1 Interview Comment
    +1 Review Comment
    +1 Link to Contest in Sidebar
    +2 Follower

    Thanks for hosting the contest!

    Mindful Musings Book Blog

    ~Natalie

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  3. I wouldn't mind living in the late 1940s-early 1950s because I love the fashions, most products, films, and music from that era.

    +1 Commented on Author Interview
    +1 Commented on Review
    +2 Follower

    Ladytink_534(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. I would love to live in the Renaissance- so many new discoveries and ideas.

    +1 answered question
    +1 commented on review
    +2 follower

    Kelsey
    kelseythebookscout at gmail dot com

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  5. +1 I would choose the 50's, I love the clothes.
    +2 already follow

    lovestoread0708(at)yahoo.com

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  6. +1 I like Victorian period because of its glomour. :D
    +2 old follower

    linna.hsu at gmail dot com

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  7. +1 i'd like to live in the ancient Irish period in Ireland. i'm part Irish :D
    +2 i'm an old follower
    +1 follow you on twitter
    +1 link to this contest on my blog at http://haleymathiot.blogspot.com/2009/09/todays-giveaways_17.html

    haleymathiot at yahoo.com

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  8. +1 I would say would love to live in North American before Columbus supposedly discovered it. Why? I'm Native American. It would of been interesting to see how the tribes thrived without any outside influence.

    +2 Already a follower

    +1 Follow you on Twitter @sageraven

    Thanks for the opportunity! Indigo

    ravensquietscreams@gmail.com

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  9. +1 I commented on your review.

    +2 I also follow through Google Reader.

    -Rylie
    bcanyon at hotmail dot com

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  10. +1 I would like to live in the Victorian Era. I love the dresses. Really that's the only reason, big fancy dresses and fancy balls.
    +1 already commented on review
    +1 already commented on interview
    +2 current follower

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  11. I'd wanna be in the 60s because I've always been a bit of a hippy at heart.

    +1 follower

    Sara M
    silentalibis AT yahoo DOT com

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  12. So hard to choose! Victorian for the clothes and manners! 40's and 50's seemed to be having loads of fun....and then the 80's for the music and movies! (what can I say...I need to be a time traveler!

    +1 comment

    I absolutely LOVED this book! Really great...just need to own one for myself...and re-read! =0)

    Thanks for the great contest!
    grgenius(at)go(dot)com

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  13. Thank you for the entries.

    freda.mans[at]sympatico.ca

    +1 I would have loved the Big Band era. The fashion and music in the 20's as well as the simpler times is quite appealing to me.
    +1 Linked to blog: http://fredamans.blogspot.com
    +1 I follow on Twitter, and tweeted. @fredalicious
    +2 I follow this blog.

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  14. 1. The 1920s. I've always thought the 1800s, but truthfully I think it would horrible wearing those dresses all the time. So, the 1920s it is. Except with my flat-chested figure I'm thinking those dresses wouldn't look so good on me...sigh.
    2. Already a follower.
    3. I think I commented at least on your review, I can't remember if I did on the author or not.
    :)

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  15. +1 I think I'd pick the 50's or 60's, the music and fashion..but they had no technology then,gasp..no internet,cell phones..etc..lol.

    +1 commented on author interview

    +1 commented on review

    +2 I'm a follower

    elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

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  16. Early 1900's because it was a time of new inventions, beauty and simplicity
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  17. I'm a follower
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  18. +1- I always wanted to live during the 50's. I don't know why but that time period always appealed to me maybe because of the movie Grease.
    +1- Commented on interview
    +1- Commented on review
    +2- I'm a follower

    findjessyhere at gmail dot com

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  19. Great contest!

    +1 I like to experience, at least for a day, living in the Elizabethan era. I'd want to be someone wealthy though - I don't think it was very enjoyable for anyone else!

    +1 Interview comment
    +1 Review comment
    +1 linked to sidebar @ http://thehidingspot.blogspot.com
    +1 Twitter follower (@thehidingspot)
    +2 Blog follower

    +7 total
    grochowskis@hotmail.com

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  20. +1 I'd pick the Victorian era because while I am aware of the constraints for females, I think it would be fun and interesting living a world with politics and fashion. That is, only for those high up on the social ladder, though. :P
    +2 Follower
    +1 Commented on author interview
    +1 Commented on review
    +1 Twitter follower
    +1 Linked to blog:
    http://bookingthrough365.blogspot.com

    sekritsister@hotmail.com

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  21. +1 I would choose Regency England...it seems like a romantic simple time
    +1 interview comment
    +1 review comment
    +2 follower

    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  22. Enter me! I'd choose the late 1700s because I think it would've been interesting to actually be there to witness and experience the American Revolution.
    I'm a follower.
    katiesbookshelf@ymail.com

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  23. +1 I'd love to go back to the 60's.. or even furthur back like the 1800s! I'd like to meet a Mr. Darcy ;)
    +1 commented on the interview
    +1 commented on the REview xD
    +1 sidebar link! (you can check at: www.piratepenguinreads.blogspot.com)
    +1 I follow you on twitter

    pancakesthepenguin(at)hotmail(dot)com
    +2 I iz a follower ;)

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  24. +1 linked here
    +2 follower

    eclecticdahlia at aol dot com

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  25. +1 I would like to live in the 1920's. i always loved that flapper period

    +1 Commented on interview

    +1 Commented on review

    +2 Follower

    jen4777[at]hotmail.com

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  26. +1 i'd choose the 60's. i'm so fascinated in the hippie subculture and that entire decade.
    +1 commented on interview.
    +1 commented on review.
    +1 linked to blog.
    +1 following on twitter. (@sophisti_katied)
    +2 following.

    skellington28210@yahoo.com

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  27. +1 What is one time period you would choose to live in other than the current one and why?
    The 60's because it sounds so fun being hippie and free and making a difference in society!
    +1 Link to blog: http://crystalreviews.blogspot.com/
    +1 Follow me on Twitter
    +2 Follower

    crystalreviews[at]gmail.com

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  28. I've been DYING to read this book and i really, really want it. Pick me, pick me, pick me please! Lol.

    +1 What is one time period you would choose to live in other than the current one and why?
    The 1800's. After reading "A Great And Terrible Beauty series by Libba Bray" I became very interested in this time period. Women didn't have much role in society but I think it would be interesting to experience that and maybe find out what I could've accomplished if I had faced obstacles in society for being a woman.

    +1 Linked to my blog:

    http://staysibookreviews.blogspot.com/2009/09/contest_17.html

    +2 Follower

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  29. oh and I also commented on your interview with the author. +1

    Just in case I win, my email is:

    staysil7@yahoo.com

    :]

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  30. 1. I'd love to live in the 60's, there was just so much going on and people were really working to make a difference! And I would love to have gone Woodstock. It amazes me that there was zero violence there and I'd love to have been a part of that! +1
    2.Commented on Author Interview here: +1
    3.Commented on Review here: +1
    4.Linked on my sidebar +1
    5.Follower: +2

    zombiegirrrl21 at aol dot com

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  31. +1 linked on the sidebar at http://endlessbooks.livejournal.com
    +2 follower :)
    +1 followed you on twitter (@justeena)

    Justine
    justeena_25(at)yahoo(dot)ca

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  32. +1 - Victorian London 1800 - because I would LOVE to wear those clothes! And go to balls, and gossip. The book Soulless by Gail Carriger is the perfect book that describes what I would want.

    +1 - Commented on Author Interview
    +1 - Commented on Revie
    +1 - Sidebar
    +1 - Follow on Twitter @junklekennedy
    +2 - Follower

    +7 total! :)

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  33. Victorian. A beautiful era of class and manners.

    I am a follower of your blog and twitter! :)

    faked_sugartone at hotmail

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  34. I would love to live 100 years in the future. It would be interesting to see what happens to my children and their children.

    +1 Follower on Twitter
    +2 Follower

    Cherie J
    cherierj(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  35. +1 linked to my sidebar: http://lilibethramos.blogspot.com
    +1 following on Twitter: Lilixtreme
    +2 follower

    lilibethramos@live.com

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  36. +1 I'd like to live in the time that Little House on the Prairie takes place. I've always loved those books!
    +2 follower
    +1 follow on twitter (justkeepreading)

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  37. +1 I would like to live in the 60's. There was so much going on during this time and it would be so interesting to actually be there.
    +1 Commented on author interview
    +1 commented on review
    +2 I am a follower.

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  38. +1 I would have to say the Victorian Era just because of the dresses and balls (that's prob a very girly anwser but that's okay)

    +1 commented on author interview
    +1 commented on your review
    +1 link on sidebar (http://casey62588.blogspot.com)
    +1 follow you on twitter (casey625)
    +2 follower

    Casey
    paranormalfanatic@gmail.com

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  39. 1. Ancient Rome because I love studying it. +1
    2. Commented on interview. +1
    3. Commented on review. +1
    5. I follow on Twitter. +1
    6. I am a follower. +2

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  40. +1 What is one time period you would choose to live in other than the current one and why?
    The future! I would love to see all the new gizmos that come out and flying cars! LOL

    +1 Link to blog on my sidebar:http://froggaritavillesbookcase.blogspot.com
    +1 Follow me on Twitter
    +2 Follower

    Froggy
    froggarita@gmail.com
    http://froggaritavillesbookcase.blogspot.com
    A Blog with Bite!
    http://blogwithbitereviews.blogspot.com

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  41. 1. What is one time period you would choose to live in other than the current one and why? +1 twenties more freedom for women
    2. Comment on Author Interview here: +1
    3. Comment on My Review here: +1

    5. Follow me on Twitter +1
    6. Follower : +2
    cindysku07@aol.com

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  42. +1 I would like to live a hundred years from now, because I want to see if the technology and style’s have changed as much as it did this last hundred years!

    +1 I commented on the author interview.

    +1 I commented on the review.

    +2 I am a blogger follower!

    Shadowofwonder47[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  43. 1.) I would love to have lived in the fifties, there's something about it that's awesome. The big poodle dresses, the greased hair guys, the car-sit in movies. All of it! [:

    2.) Commented on the author interview

    3.) Commented on the review as well.

    4.) Linked it to my sidebar: http://darlingreviews.blogspot.com/

    5.) Following on Twitter: @RDreviews

    6.) Following

    Thanks!
    readdarlingreviews@hotmail.com

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  44. Great contest! Thanks for the chance to win this book!

    +1 - I would love to live in the 20s.
    +1 - Commented on interview
    +1 - Commented on review
    +2 - Already a follower

    Megan
    Megala872@aol.com

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  45. The Roaring 20's. I would love to be a flapper.

    I am a new follower of your blog.

    lag110@mchsi.com

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  46. +1 I would pick the 1920's even though it was the depression it seems like a character building decade.
    +1 commented on interview
    +1 commented on review
    +1 linked on sidebar
    +1 follower on twitter @weareattached
    +2 follower on blog

    thanks
    teensatthelibrary[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  47. +1 I would choose to live in the 1940's. I love the music from back then, and although there were wars, it really seemed like a great time with strong people who just wanted to have good lives.

    + 2 Follower

    What a great contest! I've been wanting to read this for so long now -- it would be amazing to win this book : )

    Please enter me:

    geekettesarbear(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  48. +1 I'd choose to live in the Pioneer times, I grew up loving the Little House on the Prairie & Kristen from the American Girl dolls.
    +1 Linked in my sidebar http://fillthesilenceforever.blogspot.com/
    +2 Follower

    -Ashley
    razeldarling@gmail.com

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  49. +2 already a follower.

    I think I would like to live in Regency times, I personally don't think it would be all the boring sitting and reading and doing needlework, plus I love the outfits.

    Miss ELiza

    eliza.lefebvre@gmail.com

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  50. +1 I would want to live in the early 1900s because I'm fascinated with that era in America, with all the immigration and changes going on.
    +1 I follow you on twitter @bookgoil
    +2 Follower

    bittahsweetharmony@yahoo.com

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  51. The 1950's, hands down. The style, the dancing, the way of life. I love it. +1
    Comment on Author Interview: +1
    Comment on Review: +1
    Follow on Twitter: +1
    Follower: +2

    dubeltake@aol.com

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  52. ^my Twitter is @xbellaxmiax by the way. :)

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  53. I dont really understand how to do the contest.... can someone explain to me what the numbers and such meen??? :S

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  54. +1 I would have like to live during the Italian Renaissance because of all the beautiful artwork during that time. It was so romantic.

    +1 I commented on Author Interview

    +1 I commented on Review

    +2 I follow

    Thanks for the great giveaway!
    megalon22{at}yahoo{dot}com

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  55. This is such a terrific giveaway! I really want to read this book.

    +1 I would choose 18th century England because I'd love to go to balls and participate in the Season. Plus I love the clothes. Of course, I'd only want to go back to that time if I was going to be fairly well off money wise. The poor weren't treated very well. XD Oh and the men. haha. :P

    +1 comment on author interview

    +1 commented on review

    +1 you are on my blogroll

    +1 follow you on twitter

    +2 blog follower

    Total = 7

    ~Briana
    thebookpixie[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  56. Ugh I meant 19th century England aka the 1800's. Not 18th century.

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  57. Definitely count me in!

    +1 I'd live in 19th century England because of the men and fashion. Also just because of how they lived. Calling on each other at their houses, balls, etc.
    +1 commented on interview
    +1 commented on review
    +1 follow on twitter
    +2 follower on blog

    Total=6

    Marie
    utah91960(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  58. I would want to live in late 1800's, so many changes - would love to be able to witness history that way

    +2 - follower
    +1 - follow on twitter @dcf_beth

    Thanks!
    dcf_beth at verizon dot net

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  59. This book looks great, thanks for the contest:

    20s - would love to be a flapper +1
    +1 Twitter
    +2 Follower

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  60. (+1) I would like to live in the 1920's. There was so many new things being created and invented. Science was still magical and there were still mysteries in the world.
    +1 for posting on your great review
    +1 for posting on you interview
    +2 for being a blog follower

    Total: +5 Please and thank you!

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  61. I think I would like to live back in the 1800's.

    dcf_beth at verizon dot net

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  62. Oh - I'm a follower!

    thanks
    dcf_beth at verizon dot net

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