Saturday, 23 July 2011

Birthday Giveaway!!!!

          I decided to mark my twenty-seventh birthday with my first ever blog giveaway!  The giveaway includes the following items....

  • Hardcover of Eat My Globe: One Year to Go Everywhere and Eat Everything by Simon Majumdar 
  • Hardcover of the novel How to Buy a Love of Reading by Tanya Egan Gibson 
  • Book Lover frame made by my friend Leah of Mermaid Ink
  • Four custom bookmarks made by me!  
Here are the official rules....

  1. Giveaway ends at 9 PM Central Standard Time on my Birthday Thursday July 28th.  
  2. To win the contest you must be a follower of The Baking Book Bunny
  3. Answer this question under comments for this post... What was your best birthday present you ever received?
  4. Following me on twitter will allow you a second entry to this giveaway.  My name is BakingBookBunny on Twitter  
Best of luck!!!  


  1. GFC Krystal Larson edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom My best birthday gift was when my aunt gave me a $50 gift card to Amazon...spent it all on books :)

  2. Awesome giveaway! I can never get GFC to work for me but I do wish you an awesome happy birthday ! Good luck to all that enters!

  3. A phone call from my daughter was the best present I ever received. I'm a new follower GFC. Hope you'll visit and follow my blog. Look forward to reading more here. Will tweet and put on My Life. One Story at a Time. (Facebook page) Donna

  4. I think my best birthday present ever was (my still favorite) Coach bag I got a couple years ago!

    Didn't know you had Twitter either :) I'll go follow you...mine is @MrsNapiontek

  5. following you!

    What was your best birthday present you ever received? hmmm, probably an engagement ring!

    Leslie - hugbandit7(at)gmail(dot)com

  6. The best birthday present ever was a food processor. My husband had given me one some ten years earlier for our anniversary--I had requested it--and a friend I mentioned this to said, "A food processor? Are you crazy? Have him give you jewelry." After that, he did. But we eventually needed a new food processor and, on my birthday I found huge box on the breakfast room table guessed it...a food processor. We'd come full circle. It was also the last birthday gift hefore he died, so that made it extra special.
    I'm following you now. Thelma Z

  7. My children gave me a memory book on my last birthday of 50 things they loved about their mother. That was great!