Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Burlesque! Magic in Morocco New Release Giveaway
To enter the contest, please comment with the correct answer to the question:
Burlesque is derived from what Italian word? Spelling counts!
Three winners will be randomly drawn from the correct answers.
One winner will receive a $25 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).
One winner will receive a $15 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).
One winner will receive a $10 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).
Contest ends on 11/3/13 at midnight EST. Prizes will be sent out by 11/8/13. Winners must be members of the Michelle Fox mailing list. Multiple entries are not accepted and will be disqualified. PLEASE use a valid email address! You can't win if I can't reach you!
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The answer BURLESCO Thank you for the new book I can't wait to start reading it.ReplyDelete
I was not sure if you wanted all of it so I thought I would be safe. BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery Thank you for the giveaways.ReplyDelete
Pick me !!! The answer : BURLESCO. So excited to read this book. Thank you Michelle you are awesome.ReplyDelete
Loved the tease. The answer is BURLESCO. Giveaways are fun even if I don't win. email@example.comReplyDelete
The answer is: Burlesco, which, in turn, is derived from the Italian burla – a joke, ridicule or mockery. It is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects.ReplyDelete
I did not know this. Kind of funny that it now is a show with women who dance and put on a show with little clothes on.
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BURLESCO :) Thanks for the fun giveaway and congrats on the new release!ReplyDelete
Burlesco ....means joke, ridicule, mockery. Loved the book. Thanks for the contest and teaseReplyDelete
BURLESCO... I simply love your books and hope that i win your contest.ReplyDelete
BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.ReplyDelete
BURLESCO! Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
The answer is BURLESCO. Thank you for this opportunity! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.)ReplyDelete
Hi Michelle! The answer is BURLESCO.Cant wait to start reading! email@example.comReplyDelete
BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
BURLESCO. I love the series. You're such a tease!!ReplyDelete
I bought both books and the answer is (Note to mailing list members: The answer you're looking for is BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.)ReplyDelete
BURLESCO (Thank you Michelle Fox!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway.
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thank you for the chance
Thanks for the answer and the giveaway. Oh...and your shoes rock!!