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Friday, December 15, 2017

Heroes of Olympus Books & Make Your Own Magic Tea, Mug, Candy and Chocolate Giveaway




Enter this giveaway for a chance to win The Heroes of Olympus series by Rick Riordan and Make Your Own Magic mug, tea, sour candy and chocolate from Hema.



The winner will be notified by email and has 3 days to respond. All of our giveaways are international.

51 comments:

  1. My mum is my hero. She is my mentor, my rock and my support system. She has been nothing but influential and the centre of my universe. She never fails to put a smile on my face and inspire me to greatness. She is the strongest and most incredible woman I know.

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  2. My hero would be anyone who frees Americans from the religion they have made of hate and injustice.

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  3. My mother! She's the kindest person I've ever met. And she never judges.

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  4. My Mum and Dad were my heroes , they were awesome parents and gone way too soon.

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  5. I don't have one, I mean in real life I don't really think in terms of heroes.

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  6. My husband is my hero, hes such an amazing dad and the most loving husband.

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  7. Alice Cooper is my inspirational hero as he has lived an amazing life but remains the nicest, most down to Earth person you could wish to meet

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  8. My hero is my mom the moment I came to this world

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  9. my hero is mom
    u can't imagine how she motivates me on doing my best and work hard so I'm so glad and pleased tha I have someone like her in my life <3

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  10. My mom, she has gone through so much and taught me so many things and continues to help me everyday.

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  11. My grandma Lou was my hero-she not only taught me things about life but also the meaning of unconditional love. I miss her everyday she was my best friend.

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  12. I'm not sure if I have one, but do admire several people.

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  13. My father was my hero, died far too young. A lovely man, I still miss him and wish he could see all of his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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  14. My parents are my heroes. Despite living in poverty and sacrificing their own dreams, they ensured that our basic needs were met and guided my sibling and I to successful lives. If I win, I will give the prize pack to parents. Thanks for this.

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  15. My mom, she taught me to always do the right thing, even when it's hard.

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  16. In the fantasy world, cat woman...cus...well cats, in the real world, my daughter. I really liked his book the Lightning Thief, I tend to read more YA books then anything these days as they're so easy to read

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  17. My hero is my husband, because he sticks by me even though I can't work anymore and he supports us both, we struggle but he still keeps me.

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  18. My kids are my heroes. They never stop inspiring me!

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  19. I'm my own hero and villian. I do good for others and myself or I do bad for them and myself.

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  20. My literary hero was Anastasia Krupnik, she was everything I wanted to be as a girl (and she had awesome glasses.) I don't really have a hero now, I guess just anyone who helps others.

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  21. My parents,my sister and brother, they are my heroes :)

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  22. My parents are. They have brought me into what I am today.

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  23. My sister, she's incredibly resilient and never afraid to be herself

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  24. A local lady in the small town where I live. She is at the centre of everything that helps others has just done a two week charity bike ride and always has a smile for everyone, but she never blows her own trumpet. A true heroine.

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  25. My mom, she gave us all even we had nothing.

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  26. I do not have a hero but I do have respect and admiration for them.
    lindacfast@hotmail.com

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  27. My kids are my heros one having Cancer at 7 and the other grew up sick then a heart transplant at 19 .

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  28. i dont have a hero but have the greatest repect for all of our armed forces

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  29. I do not have any heros
    jan

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  30. My mum is my hero, she brought both myself and my brother up single handed as well as training to be a paramedic, a mental health councilor and many other diplomas and awards.

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  31. My real hero, in real life (not a book) is Mrs. Clinton. The stuff that she's had to put up with is astounding and her fierce intellect still shines through.
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  32. It's very corny but my hero is my mum because she is so selfless and kind, and has taught me so many great values

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  33. My hero is my nan, she has been through so much and still tries to make everyone happy

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  34. https://plus.google.com/u/0/116323573693055422688 follow i put twitter by accident

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  35. I am my own heroine because, as much as I admire and respect others, I always end up to be my own inspiration.

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  36. I like what I stand for so I believe in me.

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  37. My husband because he is kind and unselfish

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  38. My hero is David Bowie as he was inspirational to so many people.

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  39. my son he makes me smile when i feel down and is amazing lil boy

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  40. My Dad :) He's ana amazing man and had to put up with two stroppy girls (his kids! one of whom is me! lol) Hw he did it I'll never know! I love him to the stars!

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  41. Among authors these days I think Margaret Atwood is pretty cool for speaking out on political issues.

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  42. My other half is my hero, he has put up with my crazy antics for 18 years so far haha

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  43. My mom. She's been living with pain for as long as I can remember. She just keeps working thru that pain.

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  44. My dad is my hero. Always there when I call for help and has never once made me feel like a nuisance even though I'm sure I am at times x

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  45. my grandad! only man who never lets me down x

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  46. Sir Nicholas Winton for saving so many children lives during WW2. Lubka

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