A gift to all my book lovers out there....

10:42:00 PM

You know who you are. I posted a few days ago that I partnered with a site called Slice Bookshelf recently as a part of their beta group, and now I want to offer you all (via Slice who has been oh-so-very-nice) a $50 gift card to Amazon.

Why do you get a $50 gift card? Well, I want you all to go crazy this summer and get to working on that reading list you have been making all year. Not enough people read, and why not increase the value of literature in your lives. Once you crack cover it's hard to stop.

The truth of the matter is that when people read they share, and when they share they read. It's an endless cycle of happiness. If you don't have a ton of time to read you could use the gift card to purchase an audiobook or two to start and pop those babies into your CD player on the way to and from work. I personally do this quite often and it makes the commute easier to stomach.

Check out my bookshelves....

How do you get the gift card? 

  • Head over to the Slice Bookshelf page, set yourself up with a bookshelf titled "Book Bees" and then comment on this page with a link to your shelves or follow me on Slice Bookshelf. 

  • Create your Slice Bookshelf: Follow 'Ello Honey Bee on Facebook and get active with my book posts. (See my shelf example above). 

  • In addition to creating your bookshelf on Slice Bookshelves: Check out the 'Ello Honey Bee Twitter feed for posts all this week and next about my reading list suggestions and re-tweet opportunities to enter the contest.

These are options of course, those of you who want to win it will engage won't you? Please do. I love hearing from you guys!

For those of you who haven't had a chance to check out Slice Bookshelf, check them out on Facebook, Google+, follow them on Twitter and of course go ahead and create your own shelves and follow me (check out the social media icons up top).

The giveaway only extends from now until this coming friday July 5th so don't hesitate to comment and share away.

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  1. I wish I had a summer reading list. I've been crazy busy working two jobs, and I really like the audio book option you've suggested. I used to read about a book a day during the summer back in high school. I miss that :(

    1. I know exactly what you mean. I work a full time job and go to school on the weekends. The audiobook option is honestly the best. They're quite addicting actually, especially when I load my ipod with them and listen while I jog. What are your top picks for summer reading if you had the time?


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