|Here's what it looks like, from Amazon's website.|
Not sure if it's a 3G because I'm a big dummy about
I know how much people love them. I personally would rather have the real thing in my hand, able to write notes in the margins, etc. and stuff. Plus, I already spend wayyyyy too much time on the computer, which is not helped by having a brand new laptop for Christmas. (Thank you, Mr. DH) And considering all our books have been packed in storage until we get a fancy dancy new built-in bookshelf built (ahem) I haven't really read much, much less picked up a book, in a while.
So, I decided to give it away! Whoopee!
Disclaimer: Here is a link to Amazon's page to see the product. It's just like this one, only the box has been opened. (so consider it a re-gift, of sorts) It's never been used, never plugged in, nothing downloaded to it or any of that. I opened the box, took one look at it and thought, WTH am I going to do with this?! So there. The rest is up to you.
All you have to do to enter is comment: say hello, tell me how supremely awesome I am, how much you love childbirth education or birth advocacy - whatever. Just keep in (reasonably) clean and in the Christmas spirit.
The contest will run from now (the date of this post, obviously) until 8 p.m. Friday, at which point comments will be closed. Make sure to turn on the message feature on your Google/Blogger profile so I can contact you if you win. If I can't find a way to contact you without giving the entire world your full name, then you just might be screwed out of a chance to win, which wouldn't be cool. So make sure I can get a hold of you. I've had people win in contests before only to turn off their message feature on Facebook, which totally stinks.
(Because Facebook is totally anal about contests, I'm doing it strictly through the blog. If they come after me for posting the link to the blog, well, who knows what'll happen. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it.)
I will pay shipping (sorry, contiguous US people only), shipping confirmation to track the package, and insurance (up to $139 value! Woot!) just in case something disastrous happens, like it falls off the back of Santa's sleigh. I'll have my five-year-old pick the winner (she doesn't know how to read yet, so we're safe!).
PS. Email me if you have any questions, or if I'm forgetting something, which sometimes happens. Merry Christmas!
PSS. Do not forget to allow me to contact you through your Google/Blogger profile, or leave your email address in the comments. Thanks!