Friday, June 5, 2009

Win 20 Boy Summer by Sarah Ockler!!

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Win 1 of 5 copies of "20 Boy Summer!" By Sarah Ockler

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""Don't worry, Anna. I'll tell her, okay? Just let me think about the best way to do it."
"Okay."
"Promise me? Promise you won't say anything?"
"Don't worry." I laughed. "It's our secret, right?"

According to her best friend Frankie, twenty days in Zanzibar Bay is the perfect opportunity to have a summer fling, and if they meet one boy ever day, there's a pretty good chance Anna will find her first summer romance. Anna lightheartedly agrees to the game, but there's something she hasn't told Frankie---she's already had that kind of romance, and it was with Frankie's older brother, Matt, just before his tragic death one year ago.

Beautifully written and emotionally honest, this is a debut novel that explores what it truly means to love someone and what it means to grieve, and ultimately, how to make the most of every single moment this world has to offer."


Contest Details:

You have probably seen a lot of contests around the blogsophere right now to win copies of "20 Boy Summer!" I am going to add to the list! The more contests for it, the more chances to win, right?!?

To enter:
Post a comment telling me what you make if you had some sea-glass. The most creative entry will win a copy of the book! The rest will be randomly chosen.

+3: Follow this blog!
+3: Post about this contest on your blog
+1: Add my blog to your blogroll
+2: Tweet about this contest and include me at: PoloPony95
+5: Purchase something from my A-store and tell me what you bought!

Thanks for entering and goodluck!

This contest is only open to residents of the U.S. and will end on June 30th!


21 comments:

MJ said...

I love sea glass. I would make bookmarks...not very creative tho...

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MJ said...

I follow.

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Katie said...

Hmm..I'd attempt to glue it all together and make a small window thing, probably not for a real house but maybe a birdhouse or just for decoration. Or maybe a collage like people do with pieces from magazines and all the little pieces make up one big picture.
I'm a follower.
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Emily Ruth said...

I would make a mini-model of the sea :) haha.. not sure how, but I think it would be neat.

-I follow your blog
-I posted in my sidebar
-You are on my blogroll
-I tweeted about the contest

scottsgal said...

A bracelet

Also a follower

can't wait to read this one!

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Yan said...

oooo! I love mosaics! Don't you? Basically I'll have this wooden frame and do this sea-glass college but form a hollow heart in the middle. It'll be like a giant photoframe if you want ;P

Or dresses! Rhinestones are SO last year. Sea-glass is all the rage! lol

You're on my blogroll, I'll sneak you into my sidebars, and I've been following you via google reader but I'm not sure if that counts xD

Bird said...

I am not sure what I would do with sea glass. maybe make a necklace or bracelet out of it.

I am now a follower (thanks for writing your blog down on Alea's business card for me today)

I added you to my blog roll, I tweeted about your contest and I made a post on my blog about your contest.

I really need to work on my blogging skills. =)

I look forward to reading more of you blog.

~Bird

Drea said...

Well, I think the jewelry would be awesome so that would be one thing. But I also make mosaics. I think it would be cool to try to replicate the cover on a candle holder. The candle shining through would give it an awesome glow.

Drea said...

Oh and I'm a follower too. And will tweet about it in a moment (@awaitinserenity)

Sunkissed said...

Hi i'm new to your site and i must say its so Cute!!! Love it!!
I cant wait to read this book!

I would try to make
- a wind chime!
i would fuse the different pieces of sea glass together to form cylinders. And to hold all of the cylinders together would be a big sea glass heart like in the picture!( with one rose colored piece of course) It would look so pretty when the light reflected off of it, and would make beautiful music!!

-I will defiantly follow this blog
- I'm going to post about this contest on my blog as soon as i figure out how to make a side bar link

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Thanks
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gaby317 said...

i follow your blog

if i had the skill, i would make a large pendant lamp out of sea glass. I first thought of a chandelier but those bring to mind fancy hotels and haunted houses. So, sort of a chandelier but much more modern and to turn part of the living room into a dining area. It would be long, delicate but still very modern and timeless.

this was a great question! thanks!

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RagDollVampGirl said...

Thanks For This Contest. If I Could Make Something Out Of Sea Glass I Would Use It To Decorate My Backpacks And Book Covers!! Jewelry Is Another Thing But That's What Everyone Uses It For!!

KailaEscobales(at)aol(dot)com

+3 I Began Following Your Blog Today
+2 I Tweeted About This Contest My Tweet Name Is @YABookReleases

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Breanna said...

Please enter me. I'm a follower. :)

If I had some sea glass I'd make something like a star or a heart that would be big enough to hang in the windo and look beautiful. I love sea glass. I wish I had some right now so I could make some art! I just love the cover of 20 Boy Summer. It's so pretty.

-Breanna
breanna20f@gmail.com

Lindsay said...

I'd make a Christmas tree ornament/suncatcher.

I'm going to post on Twitter!

Thanks!

Jessica said...

If I had a bunch of sea glass, I would make a rocket ship and go to mars. There I would meet a very nice martian and we would get married. We would honeymoon on Venus. Then we would return home where we would disemble our rocketship and sell the sea glass to pay for food for unprivleged kids.

Haha totally not possible but I think that is a very creative answer.

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Lindsay said...

I just came back and realized I didn't give my email...
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Heather said...

I'd make a tulle, beach glass, + ribbon necklace! Yay!

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Alexa said...

If I had a lot of sea-glass, I would build a box out of it. I'd try to find pieces that fit together well and glue them together to a neat little box that I could put things in. I'm guessing that would take a lot of time and sea-glass, but it would be really cool.

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Amy said...

I would make a mosiac(i think that's how it's spelled) because I love arts and crafts...
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fayeflame said...

I torn i can't choose what i would do with sea glass either i'd make a picture frame and sum awesome "thunder" shades(sunglasses)or Sum kind of green house made of sea glass,that would b awesome too.

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Paradox said...

What I would make with sea glass:

- A lampshade
- A book cover
- A full-wall mosaic
- A "beaded" doorway curtain
- Cover a car in sea glass, or a house!

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