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New contest!

I haven’t had a contest since October! Here’s new one just in time for Christmas. I’m picking 3 winners to each be able to choose 10 books from my Christian book list! And yes, that list includes my books!

1) You get one entry into the contest when you sign up for my email newsletter at http://www.camytang.com/. If you already belong to my email newsletter, let me know!

2) You get a second entry into the contest if you Like my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/CamyTangAuthor. If you already Like my Facebook page, let me know!

3) You get a third entry into the contest if you join my Goodreads group: http://www.goodreads.com/group/show/49078. If you already belong to my Goodreads group, let me know!

4) You get a fourth entry into the contest if you follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/camytang . If you already follow me on Twitter, let me know!

5) You get extra entries into the contest if you get someone else to join my email newsletter. Just email camy {at] camytang dot com with the person’s email address (new newsletter sign-ups only).

6) In the comments section of this blog post, list the email address you used to sign up for my newsletter (please use this format--you [at] yourmail.com--or something like that to prevent spammers from trolling for your email address). Also let me know if you joined/already belong to my Facebook page and Goodreads group, and if you follow me on Twitter.

Please also leave an email address or website where I can contact you (please use this format--you [at] yourmail.com--or something like that to prevent spammers from trolling for your email address). It is the winner’s responsibility to check to see if you won and to email me if you haven’t yet heard from me.

I always email the winners and give them a week to reply, but if I don’t receive an answer, I will pull another person to win the book. I am not responsible for a lost opportunity if you are on vacation or leave an email address you don’t check frequently.

On January 1st, 2013, I’ll pick 3 winners to get 10 books each from my Christian books list (I’ll email you the list and you can pick your books)! The winners can expect their free books in 4-6 weeks.

Sorry, US only because it’s too expensive for me to ship boxes of books internationally.

And just to mix things up, I’ll be posting random contests on Facebook and Twitter throughout the month to give away copies of my books, so be sure to check out my Facebook page and Twitter feed! Those random contests will be open to the US and Canada!

Comments

  1. This is an awesome contest! Good luck everyone! :)

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  2. Hi camy im on twitter and facebook already my email is allison @ asimpson2011@gmail.com

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  3. This is an awesome contest as Sarah Penner said. Thank you Camy. I follow you on FB, I've subscribed to your newsletter and I joined your Goodreads group. Best of luck to everyone who enters. Blessings, Susan Fryman susanngarrylee at yahoo.com

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  4. Wow! What a great contest! I subscribe to your emails with gravesok(at)gmail(dot)com. I already "like" your facebook page, joined your Goodreads group, and follow on Twitter. Good luck everyone! :)

    Julie@My Favorite Pastime
    gravesok(at)gmail(dot)com

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  5. Hi Camy, I joined you on facebook, twitter, and goodreads. I also subscribed to your newsletter. My emails go to Debora Urie@deb37beny@comcast.net

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  6. I signed up for your email, liked the Facebook page and joined Goodreads (don't twitter). Email me at evidencetech@juno.com. Thanks for chances to win new reading!

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  7. I am on your mailing list and follow you on facebook, twitter, and goodreads as Rebekah Gyger.
    ourgod1-hisdaughter (at) live (dot) com

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  8. I follow you on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and via email - supermom82[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  9. Camy, I like you on FB, follow you on Twitter and am part of your group on Goodreads. :) I also receive your email @ ladettek[at]gmail[dot]com.

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  10. Hi Camy! I am already signed up for your newsletter, already follow you on Facebook, I joined you on Goodreads, and I now follow you on Twitter and I'll be emailing you an email for to join your email.
    jennydtipton[at]gmail.com

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  11. Hi Camy. I'm already a member of your Goodreads group under a different email address.

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  12. I have signed up already for all those thank you and love your books. redheavenbound@hotmail.com
    Thank you,Merry Christmas,and may God Bless you.Rita

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  13. Hi Camy! I have already Liked your FB page as Kara Boone. I just signed up for your newsletter. And I joined your Goodreads group. I think all my bases are covered. :)

    flowersofquiethappiness at gmail dot com

    Thanks for the opportunity to win some books. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas! :)

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  14. HI Camy,
    Thanks for the chance to read your novels...I did sign up for your newsletter...merry christmas!

    karenk
    kmkuka at yahoo dot com

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  15. I subscribe to your newsletter and also belong to your Goodreads group. Thank you!

    Erica
    bookhearth at yahoo dot com

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  16. Hi Camy! Hope this works since my iPad is giving me issues. :) I subscribe to your newsletter, belong to your Goodreads group, am a fan on Facebook, and follow you on Twitter (guess I'm a bit of a stalker! ha ha) Seriously, hope you and the Captain have a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year! God Bless!

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  17. I would love to win,Enter me!!
    Thanks for the giveaway and God Bless!!
    Sarah Richmond
    sarahrichmond.12@gmail.com

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  18. This contest sounds wonderful!!

    I follow you on twitter, I have liked your facebook page, I have subscribed to your newsletter, and I have joined your Goodreads group.

    amccalli(at)gmail(dot)(com)

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  19. I would love to win! I subscribe to your newsletter, liked your Facebook page, follow you on Twitter, and joined your GoodReads group.

    lovetoread205(at)gmail(dot)com

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  20. I fulfilled the first three steps for extra entries in the giveways. I would follow on Twitter but I can't give out my password.
    I would love to win.
    worley.la@gmail.com

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  21. I am following via facebook! Megan McGowan Parsons
    makeighleekyleigh at yahoo.com

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  22. Yes from 1-4 My addy is nava_nirel[at]hotmail[dot]

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  23. Oops sorry Camy, I used my yahoo to sign up, it's the same at my hotmail: nava_nirel[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  24. I am on your email subscription

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  27. I follow you on Twitter. Email is mimiladybug [at] verison [dot] net

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  28. I belong to your goodreads group. Email is mimiladybug[at] verizon [dot]net

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  29. I subscribe by email. mimiladybug [at] verizon [dot]net

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  30. Hi there! I subscribed using lisettecruiz [at] gmail.com

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  31. Great giveaway! I signed up for your newsletter needanap2 [at] gmail dot com
    I liked you on Facebook.

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  32. I subscribe by email donnyandshelly (at) (yahoo) (dot) (com)
    follow you on twitter @atticgirl76
    like you on facebook
    just joined your goodreads group (atticgirl)

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  33. Hi Camy, I am already subscribed to your email newsletter, Liked your FB page and now am in Goodreads group. :-) My email is veralisa08@hotmail.com Happiest of holiday wishes to you!

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  34. Hi Camy!,

    I think this is awesome!
    My email address is readreviewsmile [at] [gmail] [dot] [com]
    I signed up for your newsletter,
    Liked you on facebook,
    Followed you on twitter,
    And joined your goodreads group [ Elizabeth Marie (Read Review Smile) ]

    My contact email address is the same as above, readreviewsmile [at] [gmail] [dot] [com] I also have a book review blog http://readreviewsmileblog.blogspot.com which I can be contacted through.

    I hope you have a very Merry Christmas :-)

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  35. Hi Camy, I'm following on twitter -
    DSwriter, Facebook, newsletter at email at Justmeshf(at)hotmail (dot) com and Goodreads group.
    Have a wonderful Christmas!

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  36. I already belong to your email newsletter.
    I already liked your Facebook page.
    I just joined your Goodreads group.
    I already follow you on Twitter.

    All using FredTownWard[at]aol.com, which is also my contact email address. If all else fails, my Amazon profile page also contains contact information: http://www.amazon.com/gp/pdp/profile/A3BTL4FV6ODKAT .

    Can I get any extra entries for putting on a disguise, hiding in the bushes, and following you around?...
    NOT that I'd ever do that of course!...
    Unless there was a free book in it....

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  37. So awesome! Camy I signed up for your newsletter, facebook page, and goodreads w/ my email address mommiebethers(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. I already belong to your Goodreads I think, am a fan of yours on fb, get your newsletter and give your books to others. So please include me.
    jrs362 at hotmail dot com
    Any books I get will also be followed with reviews.

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  39. Hey Camy!!!
    I follow you on Twitter (hollymag321) on fb (my personal account AND my Favorite Christian Books page) I'm subscribed to your newsletter (hollymag(at)gmail(dot)com) and I just joined your goodreads group.
    Thanks so much!

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  40. My email is shayfabbro (at) gmail (dot) com

    I already followed you on FB but signed up for the newsletter, followed you on Twitter, and joined the Goodreads group :)

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  41. I follow you on Facebook and looking forward to your new book!

    Linda
    simplyliz2001 at yahoo dot com

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  42. I'm already signed up for your newsletter, liked your fb page, part of your goodreads group, and follow you on twitter! Thanks for the great contest! shopgirl152nykiki(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  43. Hi!
    Hope you had a Merry Christmas!
    I am signed up for your newsletter, liked on Facebook, following on Twitter, and joined your group on GoodReads.
    Thanks for this great giveaway!
    Jasmine A.
    montanamade(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I am friends with you on fb. I am on your team that makes you known. I also get your newsletter. I just about have you everywhere. I even visit your website monthly and review books.
    jrs362 at hotmail dot com
    Please enter me.

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  45. I was already joined with you on twitter and Facebook. I did the goodreads group and newsletter!
    Thanks,
    Lisa
    lcjohnson1988atgmail.com

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  46. Wow Camy, what an awesome giveaway!! Thanks for being so generous :)
    *I'm a newsletter subscriber, under wman4jcATaolDOTcom
    *I'm a facebook fan
    *I'm in your goodreads group

    Thanks again, Camy, and have a GREAT new year's! Blessings!
    Kara Grant
    wman4jcATaolDOTcom

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  47. I joined your goodreads group.
    I followed you on twitter.
    I already like you on facebook.
    I already subscribe to your email newsletter with the email address artist4christ[@]cyberhaus-.-us. You can reach me at the same email address if my name is drawn. Thank you so much for doing this giveaway, I'm crossing my fingers for sure! A big stack of books would be the best Christmas present ever! Have a great New Year, God Bless!

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  48. I signed up for your newsletter, already follow you on Facebook and twitter.

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    1. Hi Lourdes,
      I'll need the email address you use for my newsletter. Thanks!
      Camy

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  49. I Camy, I get the newsletter, like your facebook, joined your good reads group and follow you on Twitter! valariemccoy at att.net

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  50. Wow, Camy, this is perfect! I just recently heard of you and I won your Protection for Hire journal. Obviously, since I just heard of you, I have never read any of your books. I would so love to win the books that go along with the journal! I liked your facebook pages, signed up for your newsletter and follow you on Twitter. You can contact me at debsbunch5[at]jesusanswers[dot]com if I win. That is also the email I used for your newsletter.
    Have a wonderful New Year and God bless!

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  51. This is an incredible contest! Don't think I commented yet. Not sure if I get your newsletter or not but I will make sure I'm signed up. authorkathyeberly(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  52. Hi camy. I am on goodreads, twitter, facebook and get your newsletter. Awesome contest! Msproule1225@gmail.com

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  53. Hi camy. I am on goodreads, twitter, facebook and get your newsletter. Awesome contest! Msproule1225@gmail.com

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  54. I follow you all over the place, lol. Facebook, Twitter (DSwriter), Goodreads (SF) and newsletter Justmeshf(at) hotmail(dot)com
    Happy New Year!!

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  55. I love your books Camy. Great contest. Happy New Years and good luck to all. Karen


    ps I also follow you on twitter already:)


    kpietrusinski (at) msn (dot) com

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  56. +1 I'm a newsletter subscriber: whsixt[at] please email me if you really need my address --I only publicly post my alternate email in it's entirety.

    +1 I'm a facebook fan: please email me for name.

    +1 Goodreads group member: Zekkaina

    +1 New twitter follower: Zekkaina

    Thanks for the chance to win! I didn't realize "A Dangerous Stage" was out already! Good thing my b-day is coming up --I'm adding it to my wishlist right now.

    jafuchi7[at]hawaii[dot]edu

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