Monday, November 30, 2015

Giveaway: Cozy Up With A Book On Christmas Eve (5 Winners! INT.)

Hello everyone, it's time for a giveaway!

This giveaway is inspired by a tradition I read about recently, that I think is very neat. In Iceland, books are exchanged on Christmas Eve, and people spend the rest of the night, tucked into bed, with chocolate, reading! Awesome, right?

So, I wanted to host my own giveaway with that tradition in mind.

The giveaway is open INTERNATIONALLY. You can enter as long as you are able to accept an ebook gifted to you via

Don't have a Kindle? You can still enter! You read the book on your computer, or download the free Kindle app to use on your phone or other device.

There will be 5 winners total. Each winner can select one  (1) ebook of their choice, valued up to 5 USD. Winners will be chose on December 19th.

Winners will have 48 hours to reply to their notification email, letting me know their book of choice. If they don't respond in time, a new winner will be chosen. The ebook delivery will be scheduled to be delivered via on December 24th.

There are other terms and conditions in the rafflecopter, so be sure to read those carefully.

Now, lets get to the giveaway!

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Constanza Riquelme said...

thanks for the chance

alwssa12 said...

My favorite holiday tradition was on Christmas Eve when I would wake up and go to my neighbours with carols.

Melissas Midnight Musings said...

@Alwssa12: I've never been caroling, though it sounds fun!

kimbacaffeinate said...

I love the idea!! My mother always had open house Christmas Eve, and sometimes there would be a 100 people in our tiny home. Relatives came from far and wide. I would see family that I had not seen since the Christmas before.

Kiersten Orellana said...

This sounds like so much fun! I'm definitely going to be reading this Christmas Eve!

Amber Lee said...

I love using my homemade ornaments that the kids have made over the years!

Melissas Midnight Musings said...

@Kimba: That sounds so neat! So many people though...Did they come by in bunches?

Kiersten: I hope to be reading this Christmas eve, too.

Amber Lee: That's wonderful! It must be so neat to see how they change with their ornament making skills over the years. :)

Anonymous said...

My family and I are Filipinos, there's this tradition called simbang gabi (which literally translates to church night). It's a tradition started on the tenth day before christmas, and it must be completed by attending the church every night. They said that on the christmas eve, if you attended all night churches, your wish will come true. It's a very beautiful tradition here in the Philippines which I hope other countries have too.