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Halloween Bookmark Giveaway!


The time has finally come. I have designed my very own That Fiction Life bookmarks with a limited-edition Halloween logo! It also has a back where you can make notes as you read your book, it's covered in plastic so it's reusable, as long as you use a dry erase pen. 

As well as this, my whole website has been redesigned in orange and black to resemble dungeons and my soul, which has finally come alive now that's it's October. (If you're viewing this in email, make sure to click the title of the post to see the new redesign!)

Halloween is hands down my favourite time of year; my room is ready and covered in skulls and bats and so I thought this was the perfect opportunity to give back for the all the great support I have gotten from my readers. 

There are two chances to win, one on here and another on Twitter (you can enter on both). There will be more than one winner, depending on the number of entries.

To enter on Twitter
  • Retweet the below tweet
  • Follow

To enter on www.thatfictionlife.co.uk
  • Click the Subscribe link below and enter your email address (this subscribes you to my blog, check your spam/junk folder for the confirmation email)
  • Comment below that you wish to enter 
  • Share this post

This giveaway ends on the 14th October and is open to anyone in Europe.

Good luck!

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  1. I would like to enter please xx

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  2. I would love to enter. The bookmark looks lovely!

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  4. I would like to enter please, they look amazing. :)

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