Last Call for Our Winners

New and Improved Giveaway

I hate to waste a day that is normally dedicated to a review, but not having a winner claim either of the prizes we are trying to give away for last month is something that we hate even more.  This is our last call for our winners from October.  If you didn’t check your last email from us that might have ended up in your spam folder, or your “promotional” folder where Gmail might prefer to place it.  Depending on your time zone, you should have received the email on 10/31 or 11/1, so go back and check to see if you are one of our winners.  Normally we send two emails a month, but last month we only had time for one so we combined both winners into one email.

If you aren’t familiar with our giveaway.  Here are the quick details:

1.  Sign up here and each month you will be eligible to win either a $25 gift card, or a fountain pen, ink, and notebook from  The giveaway is for US based readers only though.

2.  Check your email for a confirmation and click on the link in the confirmation.  Again, the confirmation may be in  your spam folder.

3. Look for our email that we send twice a month, usually around the 15th and 30th of each month.

4. Open that email

5. Check for your name to see if you won, if so click reply to contact us and claim your prize.

Pretty simple, sign up and confirm it, then twice a month open two emails to see if your name appears.  Good luck! :)

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  1. 1
    Benoit says:

    Open this to Canadians, and I’ll claim the prize 😉

  2. 2
    Brian Greene says:

    @Benoit – If we could, we would. If we opened it up to Canada though we would have to open it to every other country to be fair, and we don’t have the legal resources to research the rules and regulations for giveaways in every country. Just for example, as far as I understand you can’t have a contest in Canada that rewards a random winner like we do here, you have to have a “skills test question” to pick a winner. I know it doesn’t seem fair, but it just isn’t possible for us to research and adhere to the hundreds of rules we would likely face being held accountable for.

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