Win an Autographed Copy of “Call Me Zelda”

Zelda2I am officially nearing the two-year mark for Stuff Jeff Reads. Two years of blogging; wow, it went fast. So, to celebrate, I am giving away an autographed copy of Call Me Zelda by Erika Robuck. The book is supposed to be great. I’ve read nothing but good reviews.

OK, let’s talk about the contest and the rules.

How to Enter the Contest:

To enter to win the book, simply write a comment below suggesting what should be the next book/poem/short story/comic that I should read and review on Stuff Jeff Reads. One entry per person. Please provide a reason why you are suggesting the piece–don’t just enter a title. Remember, this is not a random drawing, you will have to convince me.

In the event that I cannot narrow it down to one, I will randomly pick one from the top entries.

Anyone can enter, you do not have to follow my blog, but feel free to do so. Oh, sorry, I will exclude my family from this contest, just to be fair.

Easy, right?

Winner Announced:

I will select and announce the winner on Friday, June 14.

Claiming the Prize:Zelda1

If you win, all you need to do to claim the prize is comment on the “Winner Announcement” post with your name, address, and optional email (I will not approve the comment so your info will remain confidential). If you are in the continental US, I will mail the book to you.

If you are NOT in the continental US, then I will substitute a $20 Amazon gift certificate for the book and send it to your email address. Sorry, but overseas shipping is expensive and not in my budget right now.

Finally, I will bump the winning selection to the top of my reading list and that will be the next piece that I read and review on my blog.

Good luck, and as always, thanks for taking the time to read my blog!!


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4 responses to “Win an Autographed Copy of “Call Me Zelda”

  1. I know that you’ve posted some comments about Keats and his work, but if you haven’t had the chance to read “Endymion” it is absolutely incredible. It’s long, but completely worth it. I loved Keats before I read it, but I took the time to read it, and it completely paid off. Just a suggestion!

  2. Sarah Nichols

    I suggest the novel, The Power of One by Bryce Courtney, simply because it is a great book. I think you’ll enjoy it, and I am very curious as to your opinion of it. It is a little long, but a thoroughly engrossing story of a English young boy growing up in South Africa. Though it is a novel, the story line is amazingly realistic, and the character development is fantastic.