Wednesday, July 30, 2014


I can scarcely believe I'm writing this post - I'm so excited!  Sunday morning, I checked the statistics of Reading for Sanity's Facebook page, only to see that a goal I had set when I took over, 1000 likes, had been reached.

There were squeals.  There were cheers.  And then there was a heating pad (my back is being stubborn).  Mindy was beyond thrilled.  She's currently roasting at a Water Park, but wanted to let you know that her exuberance caused her to nearly lose her place in her current book!!

And then we decided to either go big or go home.  We couldn't do this without you.  We're still a growing blog, but we are so excited to be able to give back.  Our amazing friends over at have generously agreed to host a giveaway!!

We will be giving away ONE $40 e-giftcard to a lucky RFSer!!  Need I remind you what amazingness Gone Reading offers?  Gorgeous book platters, book-themed decor, t-shirts ... I have to limit myself drooling over the site.  Their dedication to furthering global literacy makes me all the more excited about this giveaway.

Simply follow the instructions below to enter:

a Rafflecopter giveaway


THREE Reading for Sanity readers will be randomly selected to receive one of the following books. *Disclaimer* I have yet to read these.  I'm trying!  In order to be eligible for the book giveaways, please leave a comment below about which book you want.


My!  I think we've got something there for everyone, don't you?  Best of luck, dear friends, and keep reading!!


ailyn koay said...

congratulations on the 1000 likes

Jocelyn said...

Congrats! I would love the simple sewing book.

Shanny said...

Hooray for 1000 likes! I would pick A Curious Man, sounds fascinating.

ashleystringham said...

I would love to win the Berlin Candy Bomber!

Wehrle said...

wahoo! I love your blog! I have been following for a while! All of the books look fun! Maybe the shattered silence one.

Amy at Song Of The Fat Lady said...

I LOVE Reading For Sanity! I'd really like to read Shattered Silence.

Stephanie said...

ooh, I would probably take the 500 Little-Known Facts in U.S. History. I am a sucker for trivia, and obviously reading. That sounds like the best of both worlds.

CarrieM said...

A Curious Man sounds fun.


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