Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Authors After Dark 2013 Reading Challenge Contest.

Here are a few items I made especially for my 2013 AAD NOLA Reading Challenge Participants. 

Georgia charm bracelet: Includes a fan, peach & southern belle charm and also peach colored swarovski crystals.  

Georgia earrings #1 - Peach charms with light peach swarovski crystals.

Georgia earrings #2 - Peach charms with light peach and darker peach swarovski crystals. 

To enter, you MUST already be signed up for my 2013 Authors After Dark Savannah Reading Challenge as of this post (April 2, 2013).  

If you enter the contest and are not signed up for the above mentioned challenge, you will be disqualified.

You are only signed up to the above mentioned challenge if your sign up entry leads to a blog post about the challenge (not just your blog), or leads to a Goodreads or Facebook page regarding the Challenge. 

But don't worry, I will be having more contests in the future and you can sign up for this challenge anytime during the year. If you are interested in signing up you can do so HERE.

~Three (3) winners will win either a pair of earrings or a bracelet.  

To Enter:
~Leave your name and e-mail address on the Rafflecopter form.
~Extra entries are optional.
~If you are choosing to do extra entries, please read the questions/instructions CAREFULLY! If you do not follow the instructions, I reserve the right to disqualify that entry. (For example, if I ask you to leave a comment and you do not, or you don't answer the question, that entry will be removed.)

~Please see my contest policy HERE.
~Contest ends on Wednesday, April 10, 2013 at 12:15a.m.
~Again, to enter this contest, you MUST be signed up for my 2013 Authors After Dark Savannah Reading Challenge as of this post (April 2, 2013).


Unknown said...

Thanks for the Reading Challenge and the giveaway. I'm reading some great books from the authors of #AADSAV, so if you haven't joined you should do so!!

Unknown said...

Reader - that you for doing a giveaway! Awesome! I would like #2, #3, #1 - I am an earring girl! =)
I really am enjoying this challenge and have several more ready to post in the next couple of weeks!!! Don't miss out on this great event and challenge!

Shari the Delighted Reader said...

Thank you for hosting this reading challenge. It has really been great getting to know all the authors I met along with new ones I will get to meet. I have no preference on any of the prizes or order. I love them all!

Unknown said...

Thank you for hosting this challenge! I haven't been reading as much for this challenge as I'd hoped, but I plan to change that soon! :)

I would like earrings #2, earrings #1, and then the bracelet. My wrists are so fat that bracelets get stuck. :/

You're really creative! And patient. Go you!

Jenny said...

SO PRETTY PAM!!! Do you always make jewelry as a hobby, or do you make it and sell it? Your stuff is definitely gorgeous!

Karen said...

OMG Pam! I need to join this challenge in my lifetime lol

You are SO talented!!!

Kate @Midnight Book Girl said...

Gorgeous work, Pam! ;)

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