Sunday, March 7, 2010

A CONTEST! For YOU!

Ok, then, how about a practice contest? I see that I have exactly 100 Followers (lower right edge of this blog). How cool is that? But I bet there are a lot of people who are reading this and not officially "following" - am I right? So for our practice contest:

When the number of FOLLOWERS reaches 150, I will randomly select 3 people from those teeny little follower avatars - to get their own FREE COPY of my AlphaTangle book!

Sound good? OK, GO! :-)

18 comments:

  1. I would love to win a copy of your book! I've been following your progress on it on Facebook and your blog and am so excited to have the chance to win the finished product!

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  2. THIS contest is for the ALPHATANGLE book, not the new one - TOTALLY TANGLED. We'll do another contest when it is closer to being published, OK. Don't be too sad, it will pass very quickly. :-)

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  3. Hi Sandy, I really want to thank you for your article in 'Cloth Paper Scissors' about Zentangles. After reading about Zentangling and ordering the kit which I call my Treasure Box my inner artist has escaped! I draw a Zentangle or more every day and am so surprised when a jewel of artwork emerges! Because of you, Rick & Maria, I have found new friendships on flickr and started blogging. It is very exciting.
    Thanks again. Michele Beauchamp

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  4. I follow each post and hope I win one of your books.

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  5. I'm in! I also read every post and all of the comments. I am hungry for Zentangle "stuff"!

    Thanks!

    Kathy

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  6. What a great idea! I have the Alphatangle book, but I carry it everywhere, for inspiration, and it now qualifies as 'shabby chic'. I'd love to have a second copy that I could keep pristine on the shelf for showing off to others.

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  7. I have been faithfully reading your blog, but now am an official Follower - number 120! Come on, everyone, we need 30 more! Sandy, did you come up with a sub-title for your new book?
    Karen

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  8. How cool are you!! I first heard of Zentangles by stumbling onto this very blog, very cool.

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  9. I have been reading your blog for a few weeks now, but now I'm a visible follower. I learned a lot here! Thanks.

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  10. Very cool...could use another little book for my sis who is not on the computer :)

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  11. I'm really sorry and i hope you all don't stop reading my blog - but i asked Rose to remove her Google Doc. Although it is very convenient, I didn't intend my work to be harvested and packaged in one spot. If you would like a whole bunch of great tangles all in a nice neat bundle, I beg you to just wait another month and buy my book - Totally Tangled. Thanks folks. :-)

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  12. Sandy, I totally am sorry about the link... will not be available.. I'm trying to figure out how to unshare it. Will not happen again. Should have asked you first. :( So sorry. If you can take my comment down for the time being until I figure it all out, that would help :)

    Hugs, and sorry again ... I really had no idea the reasons behind all of this. I'm just a blogger. An overzealous one!

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  13. Sandy, thanks for your forgiveness... and I will be one of the first in line for your new book. I have apologized on my blog and I hope others will also learn from this. It's easy to forget how hard an artist works when they have many blogs to keep up with each day as well as a job... and just because it's the internet doesn't mean that you can take whatever you want... always give credit. I'm glad I did that... I don't like when people use my images either. But I will always give you or others credit. xox

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  14. I thought I had signed up as a follower already - but I did now!!! I am excited about your book - looks great!!

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  15. Random drawing for a week. One a day! Autographed copy. one day.
    Then maybe some ATC and Tiles with white Gelly Roll pen etc.
    Everyone upload a Tangle and put the number of entries in a hat and let a stranger pick the number.

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