Win an autographed copy of “The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl”!

Time for a bit of prize winning fun! I am giving away a FREE  autographed copy of Barry Lyga’s The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl  to one lucky email subscriber!  


To celebrate my two year anniversary of blogging!  I posted my first review, of Sarah Beth Durst’s Into the Wild on July 4th, 2007.  I’ve been reading, reviewing, and sharing my experiences in the classroom ever since.  

Want to win?

How to Enter:
There are two simple steps you have to follow to win the autographed book:

1. Subscribe to TheReadingZone by email before Friday, July 24th. Just Subscribe to TheReadingZone by Email.  When you subscribe by email you will get notified anytime I post a new entry on the blog.  You can also unsubscribe at any time.  It’s a great alternative to using an RSS feed, like Bloglines or Google.  

2. Leave a comment on ANY post on TheReadingZone using the same email address you entered above.


Once you have completed both steps you will be entered to win the book.  Want some extra entries?  Post about this contest on your blog, tweet it, facebook  it, etc!  Just leave a separate comment on this post with a link.  (This has to be separate from the comment above!)  



  • contest only open to U.S. residents
  • contest ends Friday, July 24th

8 Responses

  1. […] book reviews — bestbookihavenotread @ 7:02 pm Tags: Blog, blogoversary, contest Over at The Reading Zone, Sarah is giving away an autographed copy of The Astonishing Adventures of Fanboy and Goth Girl by […]

  2. Congratulations Sarah! Sign me up! I’ve loved reading your reviews.

  3. Not entering the contest, but congrats on your blogiversary!

  4. Congratulations on the blogiversary! I’m so glad you’re here to share your reviews and ideas with us. {not entering the contest}

  5. Happy blogiversary!

    Very honored to have been your first review.

    Best wishes,

  6. Thanks for entering me in the contest Sarah! Happy Anniversary!

  7. Great contest! I’ve signed up!

  8. There is a book for every kid…this was a favorite of one of my 7th graders this year. She carried it around for days after finishing it!

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