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The Compulsive Reader: Winners of Hacking Harvard Giveaway

Monday, November 26, 2007

Winners of Hacking Harvard Giveaway

Congrats to Jordan C., who won the ARC of Hacking Harvard! Send me your address and I'll get it in the mail. A big thanks to everyone who participated. Your publicity is already paying off.

If you missed out this time, don't worry, I'll be having more contests soon. Keep your eyes open for something new.

Okay, time for a survey! In order to improve this site, I want to know a few things....

1. What genres of books to you read?
2. How often do you buy books, and if so, where?
3. Would you be interested in such things as guest bloggers, author interviews, etc?

Just email or comment me with your answers. Your feedback very, very helpful.

2 comments:

The Page Flipper said...

1. What genres of books to you read?
I read pretty much every genre. I like mixing it up. I'll read fiction, and then get a fantasy, and then move to romance. It kind of depends on my mood. Having different genres opens up to all of your readers.

2. How often do you buy books, and if so, where?
I used to buy a ton of books. I'd usually get them from Amazon, new or used, or from Barnes & Nobles. Now I don't buy as much because I joined BookSwim. But I still buy series and classics.

3. Would you be interested in such things as guest bloggers, author interviews, etc?
Author interviews can be fun, but not too often. If you have author interviews all the time, it would take away from the reviews that you do.

Hope I helped some! =)

Ink Mage said...

1. What genres of books to you read?
All sorts! I think I read romance and sci-fi the least, but it doesn't matter the genre if something sounds especially good.

2. How often do you buy books, and if so, where?
Hardly ever because I have a good library system in my county. When I do buy them it's either from Borders (no Barnes & Noble around here), Amazon, once in a while Overstock.com.

3. Would you be interested in such things as guest bloggers, author interviews, etc?
Yes, I would enjoy both, but like The Page Flipper, not too often.