4 Year Blogoversary #European #Giveaway

Posted 26 May, 2016 by Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Giveaways / 26 Comments

On June 2nd, I’m celebrating my fourth Blogoversary, and I want to celebrate with you! I especially want to share something special with my European blogger friends, because most giveaways in the blogosphere are open for US and Canadian bloggers. I have four beatuiful paperbacks to share with four lucky winner! All of the books are signed by their authors, which makes them extra precious, in my opinion. If you’re a European blogger, but still new to my blog, you should check out my European Bloggers Unite post that I posted around three years ago.

Giveaway - (un)Conventional Bookviews
a Rafflecopter giveaway

As you can see in the rafflecopter above, the books you can win are the following :

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Kat Fight by Dina Silver

Deception Island by Brynn Kelly

 

 

 

 

Don’t Tempt Me by Lori Foster and

 

In This Life by Christine Brae

 

Since I’ve been blogging for a while, I would like to know what kind of posts you prefer when you come here to (un)Conventional Bookviews to visit me. I love both features and discussion posts, myself, and of course, I enjoy writing my reviews, because books and sharing my opinion on what I read is really important for me.

Thanks for stopping by and helping me celebrate my blogoversary! Good luck in the giveaway πŸ™‚

Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

About Linda @ (un)Conventional Bookworms

Linda is an English as foreign language teacher and has a Master's degree in English Language and Literature. She's an avid reader, blogger, compulsive one-clicker and a genre omnivore. Ever since she learnt how to read she has been seen with a book or two in her hands everywhere she goes.

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26 responses to “4 Year Blogoversary #European #Giveaway

  1. Happy blogoversary! And an European only giveaway is such a neat idea. Like you said there are a lot of giveaways for US only which is a shame sometimes. There are giveaway when I am not even sure if I can enter or not as it’s not listed clearly. I even won a giveaway once and then heard it was US only, which was a shame.
    Concerning what I like to see on blogs, I like most type of posts. I like reviews (coincidentally I have a post about that on my blog today), discussion posts and also other type of posts or memes. And recaps are always fun too, so you can heard what’s going on in other blogger’s their live. There are few posts I really don’t read actually, maybe if the topic really doesn’t interest me, but that rarely ever happens.

    • I’m glad you think a European giveaway is a good idea πŸ™‚ I know that a lot of the giveaways on other blogs are US only, and it’s always a bit sad when I can’t participate. I know that quite a few of the bloggers who visit me live in Europe, so I wanted to share my blogoversary with them (you!!) as well.
      I saw your post about reviews earlier, it’s a good one!
      Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Happy Blogaversary, Lexxie. I think it’s awesome that you are doing something special for your European friends. When I do personal giveaways I let anyone enter. It can get costly, but it’s not like I do it every week. Here’s to many more years !

  3. Happy blogoversary! I like a mix of reviews and discussions, and original features too- I probably don’t have a favorite as I enjoy all three. And it’s nice to see European bloggers get some giveaway love! Congrats!!

  4. Happy future blogoversary my friend… wow 4 years, it will be the same for me in August, everything went so fast but it’s always such a pleasure to read you!

  5. Happy blogaversary Lexxie! I love that you’re doing both European and International giveaways, especially the European one because as you said, a lot of giveaways are US/Canada only. I understand that the shipping is costly but I really dislike when it’s not stated clearly that it’s US/Canada only – or if it’s stated on small print at the end of the post when I have gotten all excited about the giveaway. So I kind of wish that it would always be stated clearly at the beginning if it’s only for some countries. But yeah, I’m actually really happy that I moved to UK last year because that alone has given me a lot more chances when it comes to giveaways (I’m originally from Finland so it was very limited on what I could participate).

    I like discussion posts, reviews, and tags a lot.

    • I believe there are more chances for giveaways, but also for ARCs when you live in the UK, Henna. Do you get unsolicitated ARCs sent directly to your house now?
      And I completely agree, it’s very sad when the giveaway post doesn’t share from the very start that it’s limited to certain territories, because we all love giveaways, right?
      Good luck πŸ™‚

  6. Happy blogoversary in advance! πŸ˜€
    And thanks so much for hosting this european giveaway. It is quite sad when I can’t enter a giveaway because a lot of them are only open to people in the US.

  7. Happy Blogoversary! It was so wonderful meeting you at BEA, and co-moderating our roundtables. I look forward to seeing you again!! Here’s to another fabulous year of book blogging!

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