I wish I had a clever way to start this post. I have been sitting here staring at the screen for about five minutes and I’ve got nothing. Must be that I can’t be creative without coffee…I hear it dripping in the kitchen, so it shouldn’t be long now!!
This month marks my one year anniversary as a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers. I am so grateful to everyone that has taken a chance on me and purchased one or more of my products over this last year!
Soooo…I’m going to do a giveaway. Here’s the dirt:
THE GOODS: A class set of novels (30) from TPRS Publishing. You choose the language (Spanish, French, Russian, or English) and novel! It must be a TPRS Publishing novel (they carry novels by other publishing companies on their site, but this giveaway is not for those novels). Choose wisely 🙂
HOW TO ENTER: Leave a comment on this post that tells your TPRS/CI story–how you were introduced to the method and where you’re at now. You can elaborate as much or as little as you want, but you MUST include your email address so that you can be notified if you win.
INCLUDE: In addition to your story, please leave your email address so that I can contact you if you win. If you do not feel comfortable posting this online, you can leave a comment without your email address and then email ME (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a copy of your comment. I’ll get your address from the email.
THE DEADLINE: Your post must be made by September 30 at midnight, AKST, in order to be eligible to win. AKST is four hours behind EST.
DRUMROLL, PLEASE: The lucky winner will be chosen at random using an online raffle generator dealio on October 1, assuming I remember, haha! Otherwise it will be soon thereafter and accompanied by many apologies! I will email the winner and get book selection and shipping information.
**IF you are not in the US, you will win a $150 credit for TPRS Publishing so that you can place the order yourself and take care of shipping.
Alright, now tell everyone you know! Or don’t tell anyone so that you have better chances of winning! What would Jesus do, right??