Give Books: Pin to Win Your Chronicle Books Holiday Wishlist!
If you’re a bookworm like me, you were probably hiding under the covers at 5am while the teeming masses poured into bright-lit box stores around the nation. The idea of braving a Black Friday shopping frenzy is a truly horrifying proposition to me, so instead, I woke at a reasonable hour and spent a quiet morning seeking out holiday inspiration on Pinterest.
As part of our Give Books campaign this season, we invited four guest pinners to create Pinterest boards filled with the books they are giving or coveting this holiday. Joy Cho may have started a Pinterest revolution when she pinned Handheld Pies and declared that mini-pies are the new cupcakes. Maia McDonald uncovered my favorite hidden gem on our art list this season. Rachel Faucett of Handmade Charlotte has inspired me to DIY my holiday cards this year. And Hello!Lucky’s Eunice and Sabrina Moyle have created an entire library in which I’d love to hibernate all winter.
Now it’s your turn! Create a Give Books Pinterest board filled with the books on your wishlist, and you could win a $500 gift certificate to ChronicleBooks.com! To enter, create a board called “Give Books” and pin the above image. Then pin at least ten of your favorite books, stationery products, or personalized gifts from our website to qualify for the grand prize drawing! Be sure to submit your board here so that we can find it. We’ll pick one winner at random on December 10.
For an extra entry, tweet a link to your board to us at @ChronicleBooks and use the hashtag #GiveBooks.
Good luck, and Give Books!
Guinevere de la Mare
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