Wednesday, June 26, 2013

The Great Cinderskella Giveaway #6!

It's the 26th of June and that means only 4 more months until Cinderskella is released!!

WAHOOO!!

If you go back to this post, you might remember my promise to bring you a contest each and every month until my release date of October 26th, 2013!! So here I am again with another great giveaway!

This month I'm giving away a copy of Graveyard School - The Skeleton on the Skateboard by Tom B. Stone.*


                                                      

Who's the new hot dog on Skateboard Hill?  He's the only thrasher who can take Dead Man's Curve alive. Skate and Vickie are determined to meet him--he may be their only chance to beat obnoxious Eddie Hoover in the upcoming skateboard contest. But if the phantom boarder gives the secret of his awesome moves, will Skate and Vickie have to take the ultimate wipeout in return?


Remember, you DO have to enter this month's drawing in order to be eligible for October's grand prize of a 7inch KINDLE FIRE!!!(or an amazon gift card in the amount of $199.00)



If you enter every contest here on the 26th of each month, you'll be automatically entered to win the grand prize on October 26th!! But you have to enter every month to have the best chances of winning. Because remember, you won't be allowed to enter in October. All the entries will be tallied together from the previous months and one name will be drawn at that time!

For the full contest rules, be sure to read them here.


So what are you waiting for? Enter now!


a Rafflecopter giveaway



*book is lightly used

3 comments:

eliza said...

I remember Amie trying to teach me and let me sit on her skateboard when I was younger. Both she and my Older brother let me ride on top of our driveway. Then the last time I was on a skateboard my little brother let me ride his around my grandmothers house and when he fixed my footing I fell off and got a nice road rash.

Niki Moss said...

I skateboarded (badly) at the local indoor skate-park (aka: a warehouse with a few homegrown wooden skate ramps)during my early teens. I still remember those days fondly. And I absolutely love following Tony Hawk (my teenage skate crush) on Instagram. What an amazing father and overall fabulous human being he has turned out to be. :)

Ann Marie Meyers said...

I've never skateboarded. If I had a son I'm sure I would have tried by now... as it is, I may never try.