Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Burlesque! Magic in Morocco New Release Giveaway

This contest is open to mailing list members only.

To enter the contest, please comment with the correct answer to the question:

 Burlesque is derived from what Italian word? Spelling counts!

Three winners will be randomly drawn from the correct answers.

 One winner will receive a $25 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).

 One winner will receive a $15 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).

 One winner will receive a $10 gift card from Amazon or BN (winner's choice).

 Contest ends on 11/3/13 at midnight EST. Prizes will be sent out by 11/8/13. Winners must be members of the Michelle Fox mailing list. Multiple entries are not accepted and will be disqualified. PLEASE use a valid email address! You can't win if I can't reach you!

27 comments:

  1. The answer BURLESCO Thank you for the new book I can't wait to start reading it.

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  2. I was not sure if you wanted all of it so I thought I would be safe. BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery Thank you for the giveaways.

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  3. Pick me !!! The answer : BURLESCO. So excited to read this book. Thank you Michelle you are awesome.

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  4. Loved the tease. The answer is BURLESCO. Giveaways are fun even if I don't win. roya-clan@sbcglobal.net

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  5. The answer is: Burlesco, which, in turn, is derived from the Italian burla – a joke, ridicule or mockery. It is a literary, dramatic or musical work intended to cause laughter by caricaturing the manner or spirit of serious works, or by ludicrous treatment of their subjects.
    I did not know this. Kind of funny that it now is a show with women who dance and put on a show with little clothes on.
    christinebails at yahoo dot com

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  6. BURLESCO :) Thanks for the fun giveaway and congrats on the new release!

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  7. Burlesco ....means joke, ridicule, mockery. Loved the book. Thanks for the contest and tease

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  8. BURLESCO... I simply love your books and hope that i win your contest.

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  9. BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.

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  10. BURLESCO! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Crystal Guidroz
    cguidroz2@cox.net

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  11. The answer is BURLESCO. Thank you for this opportunity! kbinmich@yahoo.com

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  12. BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.)

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  13. Hi Michelle! The answer is BURLESCO.Cant wait to start reading! riverac511@gmail.com

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  14. BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery lacombejc@suddenlink.net

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  15. BURLESCO. I love the series. You're such a tease!!

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  16. I bought both books and the answer is (Note to mailing list members: The answer you're looking for is BURLESCO, an Italian word which means joke, ridicule or mockery.)

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  17. BURLESCO (Thank you Michelle Fox!)

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  19. BURLESCO

    Thanks for the answer and the giveaway. Oh...and your shoes rock!!

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