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Giveaway: $30 Gift Card to CSN Stores

I'm very excited to be able to host a giveaway for a $30 gift card to CSN Stores! CSN Stores is comprised of more than 200 different shopping sites, selling all sorts of reading-related products, including lights for your reading area. Check out this Carson FlexNeck LED Book Light:


They have bookmarks to hold your page and fun coffee mugs to hold your drink! Check out these PS Collection Love Cupid Coffee Mugs! Aren't they cute?!


CSN Stores doesn't sell the latest novels, but they do sell reference books and cookbooks with holders. In case you just have to have more books! I love the idea of a cookbook holder, like this Paula Deen Cookbook Stand. Isn't it pretty? I suppose it could be used with any book if you have a need to read hands-free!


If you'd like a chance to win a $30 gift card to CSN Stores, where you can buy any of these items ~ or more ~ leave a comment below.

If you're a follower of My Book Retreat or Just Playin' Around, leave a separate comment. (If you're a follower of both, leave two separate comments letting me know!

This giveaway will end on Wednesday, June 9th at 10:00pm Eastern Time. I will chose a winner using Random.org, and will notify the winner here and by email.

This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations to the winner:
#26: Pixie!

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  1. I've heard wonderful things about the csn store, so thank you for this lovely giveaway!

    I'm a follower of your blog

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  2. I'm a follower of Just Playing Round. Thanks again for this awsome giveaway!

    smittenwithbooks (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  3. I'm totally up for this.....
    :)

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  4. And I follow Just Playin' Around.

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  5. I follow Just Playin' Around.

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  6. I'd love to win, I have a few things over there I've had my eye on. ;)

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  7. And I follow you there! (JPA)

    Heck, girl,

    You know I'd follow you anywhere! ;)

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  8. I have bought a few things from them recently and love them! I'd love to win.

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  9. Oh I'd love the chance to win this! Thanks for the chance :)

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  10. I'm following this blog!

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  11. I'm also a follower of your other blog.

    junkforcarmen at gmail dot com

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  12. I love those mugs! count me in

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  13. Following this blog with GFC

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  14. CSN is my dream shopping destination - I love it!

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  15. Follow Just Playin' Around via GFC

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  16. Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

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  17. I follow this blog ;)

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  18. I follow just playin' too!

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  19. There's so much I love at CSN!

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  20. I'm a follower of My Book Retreat!

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  21. I'm a follower of Just Playin' Around

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  22. I am a follower of My Book Retreat. The synopsis of this book is very interesting.
    Thanks for the great giveaway :)

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  23. I follow Just Playin' Around with Google Friend Connect :)

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  24. I love CSN Stores!
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  25. THanks again for hosting the giveaway!

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