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Happily Ever Endings... A Giveaway! :D


Hey everyone! Amber from Down the Rabbit Hole and myself are the hosts of a (hopefully) awesome new feature called Happily Ever Endings! It was born out of sheer frustration at not being able to remember what happened at the end of one book, just as you are about to start the sequel! It's annoyed me for a long time, so when I heard about this new feature that Amber was putting together, I decided to help out! The idea is, that we post the summary and then we take note of what happens at the end of the book, so you can read it and be refreshed as to what happened! It's the next best thing to rereading, but if you're anything like me you'll have too many books to have time to reread everything, so hopefully this will be of help to you.

But, neither me nor Amber can read all the books in the world, so WE NEED YOUR HELP! Does it frustrate you too? If so, go here to find out more about how you can help!

And if that isn't enough to tempt you, we're hosting a giveaway! Amber has made some super cute buttons to help advertise this feature and get it started, so more people will be able to use it. If you put one of these buttons in the sidebar of your blog, you're eligible to enter our giveaway! Amber has chosen four books, and I have chosen four books, and we will have two winners who win one book each out of the eight we have chosen! I hope that makes sense... ;)


Here are the buttons to choose from! 
  

  

   

Choose the one you like the best, post it on your sidebar, then come back here (or go here) and enter the giveaway! Remember, you can only enter once, and both this post and Amber's post are for the same giveaway so only enter one of them!

So, in short, the rules:
ONE mandatory entry - you have to put one of the adorable little buttons below on the sidebar of your blog!
And that's ALL you have to do! There are extra entries too, but of course, you don't HAVE to do them!

And now, for the prizes! TWO winners will pick ONE book each! Your choices...

Torn   Clockwork Prince (The Infernal Devices, #2)  Cinder (Lunar Chronicles, #1)

Torn by Cat Clarke
Clockwork Prince by Cassandra Clare
Cinder by Marrisa Meyer

The Alchemy of Forever  Dash & Lily's Book of Dares  Saving June

The Alchemy of Forever by Avery Williams
Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (It's Christmas ;P)
Saving June by Hannah Harrington

Still Waters  Legend (Legend, #1)

Still Waters by Emma Carlson Berne
Legend by Marie Lu

Lastly before you enter, is this something you'd like to help with? Go here for more info on what being a helper entails, or just email Amber at amberinblunderland@yahoo.com, or me at cheezyfeetbooks@rocketmail.com!







I hope this post makes sense! Sorry for the rambliness... ;) Good luck and if you have any questions, ask me in the comments or tweet me (@CheezyfeetBooks) or Amber (@AmberlinBlunderl)! :D Thank you for entering and we hope Happily Ever Endings will help you in the future! :D

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  1. I really like the look of all your buttons! They're all really pretty! Kudos to the artist. :)

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  2. i like the buttons!...
    GFC (hdown the rabbit hole and this blog) blackwolf
    www.kingdomofthenight.blogspot.com

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