April 26, 2013

Non-Fiction Giveaway Blog Hop

Welcome to the
Non-Fiction Giveaway Blog Hop
(April 26th - April 29th)
hosted by The Book Garden and Rikki's Teleidoscope

Most giveaway blog hops focus on fiction which is a real shame with all those fabulous non-fiction books out there. What better way to celebrate the wide world of all that isn't fiction than by a giveaway that shares the non-fiction love!

I've read and reviewed a number of amazing non-fiction books last year and I decided to let you choose from an eclectic variety which I personally enjoyed a lot. 
If Walls Could Talk (Lucy Worsley)
Rabid (Bill Wasik) PRE-ORDER
Hit Lit (James W. Hall)
Physics of the Future (Michio Kaku)
Please note: This giveaway is open worldwide, but only for countries TBD offers free shipping to - please check here.

All you have to do is fill out the form!
This giveaway is now closed!

Rules 
Comments do not count as entries - you must fill out the form!
Following my blog is no requirement, but greatly appreciated.
One entry per person.
Open worldwide.

Winner
Two winners will be picked through random.org on April 30th and will then be contacted by e-mail as well as announced here on my blog. The winners will have 48 hours to respond and if they fail to do so I will draw new winners.

And now, head on over to the rest of the blog hop participants!

Rikki’s Teleidoscope (Int’l)

The Book Garden (Int’l)

Curiosity killed the bookworm (Int’l)

Ex urbanis (Int’l)

Bookchickdi (Int’l & US)

Snow Feathers (Int’l)

Buku-Buku Didi (Int’l)

Doing Dewey (US)

Saving in seconds (US)

8 comments:

  1. Like the idea of this hop. On iPhone now and can't enter on form but have marked so I can when home again

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  2. Thanks for the great giveaway! I made a mistake with my form and may accidentally have submitted two entries. If so, please just delete the first one :)

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  3. If Walls could talk sounds as if it was written for me. :)

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  4. If walls could talk I would be in jail :)))))

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  5. Great choices! I have Rabid on my wishlist (I think I heard about it from you) so fingers crossed!

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  6. Ooh, I hadn't heard of any of these but my wishlist is now several books larger! :D

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  7. thank you, I'm torn between hit lit and michio kaku books ;p

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  8. Thank you for the great giveaway! I am hoping for "If Walls Could Talk". Good Luck to everyone. Look forward to finding out who wins!

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