Happy Second #Blogiversary To Me! And #Giveaway
I received a message from WordPress today reminding me that I’ve been blogging for two years.
Doesn’t time fly? When I started blogging two years ago, I never imagined the fun I’d be having, and the other bloggers I’d be meeting along the way.
Blogging has helped me in my writing process, especially through my participation in Flash Fiction challenges, which have made me question every single word’s place in a sentence, and in a story.
I’ve learnt about aspects such as formatting, editing, writing routines, blurbs, marketing, and all sorts of practical advice for independent authors.
I’ve met extraordinary writers and read great books, which I’ve shared with my readers and fellow bloggers.
I’ve also met generous reviewers and beta readers, who are prepared to give help, motivation, advice, and their time to writers.
To celebrate my second blogiversary, as I’m gradually falling into the Christmas spirit of organizing parties, festivities, shopping, and gifting, I’ve decided to launch a Blogiversary Giveaway of signed paperback editions: one of All Hallows at Eyre Hall and another of Twelfth Night at Eyre Hall on my very first Rafflecopter (enter below).
The Rafflecopter starts today 25th of November and finishes in a month’s time on 25th December. There are four easy stages to participation:
1- Follow me on twitter (5 points)
2- Tweet a message (This can be done one a day to get more points. 2 points each time you tweet)
3- Visit my Facebook. It’s not compulsory, but it would be nice if you liked my page and some of my posts (5 points).
4- Finally you can leave a comment on this blog post, telling me why you’d like to win one of my paperbacks. If you don’t follow, it would be nice if you followed, too (5 points).
And that’s it!
The more points you have, the better chances you have of winning, but it’s a raffle, so you can win with one minimum two point participation, although I’m sure statistically, the more you participate, the luckier you’ll be!
I’m posting on my Facebook and Twitter, too.
Feel free to help spread the word by sharing or tweeting this post, but most of all take part!