Ok so I wanna start hosting for give aways anyone have any ideas on how to do this?

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GIVEAWAY: The Invisible Thread: a Memoir about an ad executive who helps an 11 year old panhandler on the streets of NYC. Through March 14. Check this out...

                                                                             Here is a free eBook download of 

                                                                                "The Happenstance Marshal."  

Go to this LINK and use coupon code ME73U at check out until Feb 28th.

I have found the best way for a new blogger, like myself is join a blog hop.  I've done a couple with I am a Reader, Not a writer and she makes it super simple.  She emails instructions a few days before with how to do the post.  Parajunkee and The Bookish Brunette are also some great blogs and both are very sweet if you ask questions.  Come by my blog on Friday, I'm actually doing a give away for the YA Paranormal Activity hop.  

www.walkingonbookshelves.blogspot.com  

Check out my giveaway for a chance to win one of 5 copies of Caribbean Calling by J.D. Gordon

http://kaylasreadsandreviews.blogspot.com/2012/02/giveaway-5-copies...

I agree with those here that said do a blog hop to get yourself started. I too have gone with I am a reader, not a writer. Another blog you can check out is called Reading Romances

Nat is wonderful, she helps to organize a giveaway called Small Blogs Big Giveaways its really fun to do and easy too. It also can get you lots of new followers. check it out you wont be dissapointed.

Kerry

I am a book addict...and proud of it

Ok so I decided to start a blog hop on my site. so if you have march giveaways add your pic or link to the hop. Enjoy and good luck!!!

http://www.inkgypsys.com/the-gypsy-blog-hop/

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