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Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Teaser Tuesday Contest: Final Day!

Workout Song of the Day: "Pump It" by Black Eyed Peas

It's the last Tuesday of April, which means that it's also the last day to enter my Teaser Tuesday contest. Don't shed a tear--one of you will win a $40 gift card to any bookstore you'd like! And who knows, maybe I'll have an even cooler contest when I reach 50 followers.

Did you answer last week's opening correctly? It was...

By the way, I'm so devouring this trilogy as soon as summer hits. Now on to our final opening:

"When I was little, my dad used to tell me, 'Will, you can pick your friends, and you can pick your nose, but you can't pick your friend's nose.'"

Side note: Probably one of the best openings. Ever. Think you know where this comes from? For the last time, here's the rules:

1. If you're not already, become a follower of my blog.
2. Shoot me an email at pamharris1981@gmail.com with "Teaser Tuesday Contest" in the subject line.
3. Make sure to email me by the end of the day--midnight EST.

Don't I make this easy or what? Shoot me an email. I'm going to announce the winner this Thursday!


Stina Lindenblatt said...

I'm sorry I'm last week's. I've read the book several times so I would have guessed it. No clue with this weeks. :(

Marquita Hockaday said...

LOL- that is the best opening live ever. Makes you wish you wrote it!!!! Once again, can I bribe you to enter this contest? Me needs more books!

Abby Stevens said...

I entered! Yay! I'm excited! I could DEF. use a $40 gift card, so here's to hoping!

Jess said...

I need to read this book, whatever it is. My dad says that to me all the time! Hahah!

Pam Harris said...

Jess, I know--I can't wait to read this book! It's practically calling me on my bookshelf, but first I need to get through Cracked up to Be, which I can't seem to put down.

Good luck, Abby--you may see your name this Thursday. :)

I'm sorry, Stina--hopefully I'll do another contest soon so that you can kick some butt. :)

Quita, if you had any more books you'd be a librarian.