I have too many books! So I’ve come up with a creative way to give away some of my books, reward those of you who stop by here from time to time (or just today), and get some of my blog posts out there. So here is the deal:
1. Pick a favorite blog article from this blog (I’ve listed a few of mine below, but you can pick yours)
2. Share a link to that article via Facebook, Twitter, your own blog, etc.
3. Let my know which post you shared and how by commenting on that post or this one. (example of a comment: I shared your “review of Generous Justice” on my Facebook Page.)
On Friday, February 25th, 2011 I’ll randomly select the winners. Right now I have at least 3 books to give away but I am scouring my shelves for more. I’ll be giving books away according to how I rated them. So if your name is drawn first you will get a 4 or 5 star book in my opinion. If your name is drawn last you might end up with a 2-3 star book (I won’t burden anyone with a 1 star book). Obviously if more than 3 people enter, not everyone will get a book. If less than 3 enter you may get more than one book. There is no limit to how many times you can enter. Just share a different blog post with each entry and place a separate comment on this blog so your entry gets counted properly. If you have questions leave a comment and I’ll answer. If you win, I’ll mail the books to you providing that you live in the continental United States or Canada. (unless of course you live here in town, then we can make arrangements for me to drop them off).
Here are a few of my favorites from over the past year or two:
- 3 Things I’d tell my Teenage Daughter after watching New Moon
- 4 Basic Guidelines for Facebook Etiquette
- 3 Things you Should Know before you Judge Your Friends
- An Open Letter to All my Legalist Friends
- 7 Leadership Lessons from the Life of Alfred the Great
- The Best book I have read this year!
- The Jesus Storybook Bible (Review)
- What a Father Says to His daughter on Valentines Day
- An basic guide to navigating holiday culture
- Why We Hunt Easter Eggs, but Don’t Do Santa