**THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED**
Remember my giveaway of The Knife and the Butterfly by Ashley Hope Perez? If you don't, you can check out the original two truths and a lie post here, and my (rave) review here.
Unfortunately I only got one entry (!!!) in the giveaway, which just won't do, so I'm posting Ashley's reveal of her lie here and cracking the giveaway wide open. All you have to do is enter your name, email, and follower information in the form at the bottom, and you're entered to win! No guessing required.
The new deadline for this giveaway is Monday, April 2nd.
Here are Ashley’s stories behind the truths and the lie from her guest post on Feb 22 (don't forget to read the original post):
1. LIE! The truth is that (a) I’m kind of a coward and (b) crowds scare the crap out of me.
My activism as a college freshman at Simon’s Rock College consisted of writing letters
with Amnesty International and starting up the Cafeteria Improvement Committee to get
better options for vegetarians and vegans in the dining hall. For the record: I am not a bad
2. TRUE. This was a total teacher-fail moment. I think I realized my error the day after
I taught the fateful lesson; driving home, the NPR news mentioned the word and I had
this “oh, crap, is that how you say it?” moment. I’d like to say I retaught the word and
it’s proper pronunciation, but I just hoped that my lesson sucked enough that they’d never
use it, anyway. Double fail.
3. TRUE. I’m pretty sure the basketball shoes I wanted were a size too big, which
probably was the reason for my repeated face planting. Twinkle Toes is kind of cute, so I
guess my teammates were generous. They could have called me… Face Plant… or Floor
Licker. Or something worse.
I'm automatically including the entry from the previous giveaway in the new contest, and if you haven't entered already, now's your chance! Fill out the form below, and I'll announce the winner on April 2nd!