Friday, July 13, 2012

It's a Dire Day for The Bad Beginning

As you know today is just a terrible day, it's Friday the 13th, and in honor of this most horrific of days I have a terrible surprise for you all.  If you hadn't noticed already I am participating in Harper Collin's Dire Day, which is when I get to unleash upon my part of the world a mass of hard back (to cause the most pain of course) copies of the first book in a series so chilling it's author even warns you not to read it.  What is that series you ask? A Series of Unfortunate Events, which happens to have 13 dastardly books and follows 3 unlucky children in their attempts to escape the misfortune that is their distant relative Count Olaf.  So, being followers of my blog I'm unloading some of the sorrow on you, six of you to be exact!  Have a particularly dreadful day and make sure to stay away from black cats and ladders.


The giveaway will go for 24 hours and will end once this day has gone and went.  No matter where you are on the Earth though I will be happy to pass of such an abysmal story for you to stick your nose in (or blow your nose in!).
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*Please note that this book is actually very good, it is not terrible or horrible or no good in any way at all!

10 comments:

  1. Unlucky is not win this giveaway, when i am the first person who is participate!

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  2. I think its unlucky to walk under a ladder or to see a black cat step on a crack! :)

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  3. It's unlucky to break a mirror!

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  4. It's unlucky to have a black cat cross your path.

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  5. It's unlucky that Lemony lost Beatrice

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  6. Breaking mirrors, thank you for the great giveaway!
    Artemis

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  7. i think its unlucky that many people read the series of unfortunate events including me

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  8. The fact that people enjoy eating sardines.

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  9. Spilling over saltshakers. It seems like everytime I would spill a saltshaker when I was a waitress by day would be nothing, but bad luck.

    GFC: Brittany Hiester

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