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Reminder – Last Day for Giveaway!

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Just a quick reminder that Sunday is the last day for the e-book giveaway. I’m sending out personalised copies of my new e-book to everyone who participates in the giveaway this week. This is the only opportunity you will have to see the e-book before its launch in January.

You just have to do one (or both) of the following:

  • Leave a comment. Which post did you particularly enjoy? What sort of things would you like to see more of on this blog?
  • Take this quick survey. (9 questions, all optional.)

If you have already participated in the giveaway but haven’t yet received your e-book, email me at  jessicabaverstock (AT) gmail (DOT) com  and let me know.

If you’ve had a chance to look at the book, please let me know what you think – especially if there are any areas you feel could be improved.

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Author: Jessica

A writer who refuses to pin herself down to one genre. I'm passionate about helping other writers find their Creativity and enjoy a prolific writing life. You can always contact me by writing to Jessica at creativitysworkshop dot com, or follow me on Twitter @jessbaverstock

2 thoughts on “Reminder – Last Day for Giveaway!

  1. Oh, Jessica this post is even more wonderful than I knew it would be when you told me you were going to write it. Really made me understand what it must have been like, and the way you broaden it out to what we are taking for granted in our lives is wonderful. There is so much that we can’t see and thus we don’t believe in it–like your boy and the white sand. I remember hearing that the Aztecs got conquered so easily because when the explorers’s ships arrived on the horizon, they’d never seen such a thing and (and this is the important part) because of that they actually couldn’t see the ships. Because sailing ships were not in their perception, they actually couldn’t be seen, and thus they didn’t prepare for the conquerors. Anyway, great post, and I hope you get to see snow again soon.

    • Thanks for the added history, Charlotte. 🙂 That is very interesting! I’m fascinated by how our vision is so reliant on our *perception*.

      I’m looking forward to more snow, although I’ve now got to get used to all the uncomfortable realities of its beauty – turning to slush and refreezing as ice, ick!

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