Literary Brass Cuff Giveaway
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Nothing says Happy Monday! like a giveaway, and I’m pleased to bring you the very first Gimme Some Reads giveaway — a literary brass cuff from JezebelCharms. What book lover doesn’t want a fine piece of book jewelry?
Kate Smith creates handmade literary jewelry in Dorset, England and sells her charming creations in the British Museum, the British Library and the Jane Austen House Museum, as well as on her Etsy shop — JezebelCharms. Read below for details on how to enter for the chance to win a literary brass cuff of your own!
How to Enter the Literary Brass Cuff Giveaway:
What is Included in the Giveaway:
One winner will get to choose one literary brass cuff from JezebelCharms.
JezebelCharms brass cuffs reference a full line-up of literary classics — Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, and more.
Whether you want to wear a few pages from an Austen masterpiece (Pride & Prejudice!) or sport a single Sherlock quote on an old map of London around your wrist — these brass cuffs are a classy creative way to accessorize your book love.
Enter the other Gimme Some giveaways this week!
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I prefer Austen
me too, Bethany. :)
I prefer Austen!
tie between Austen and Bronte!
I’ve got to go with Doyle
That is a hard question to answer – depends on my mood~ I guess Doyle or Austen are my top favorites.
I love Austen best! For sure!
I prefer Bronte!
Bronte` for me
I prefer Bronte.
I have a soft spot for Austen.
I love Austen!
Shakespeare, my love.
Shakespeare, hands downeth.
I love Shakespeare!
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Bronte for me!
I prefer Austen.
I prefer Arthur Conan Doyle! I love me some Sherlock! :)
oh yes — Sherlock! :)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for me
Austen! I love Jany Eyre but am less impressed by CB’s other work.