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Honey Badger Grand Prize Giveaway!

Congrats to last week’s winner, Mark Brace. His scientific name would be HomoBlowHardus RetNursus OldFartus because he is a 61 year-old retired RN know-it-all with a big mouth who is not afraid to speak his mind!

Now it’s time for the Grand Prize Giveaway. Answer this weeks question for a chance to win an autographed Honey Badger calendar AND book!

We asked Randall who the Honey Badger would be if it were a real person. Whoever guesses Randall’s answer wins. If no one answers correctly, then a winner will be chosen from all valid comments.
Last chance to win!

 
If the Honey Badger were a person, who would it be?

Contest runs from Saturday, September 29 to 5:00pm CDT Friday, October 5. Winner will be announced Saturday, October 6.

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Win an Autographed Honey Badger Book!

Congrats to last week’s winner, Sheila Thompson!

Randall autographed one of his new Honey Badger books for us and we want to pass it on to you!

Take a look at the video and answer the question below to be entered to win.

What would YOUR scientific name be?

How to enter:

Comment on this blog post and answer the question above to be entered to win the autographed book. Only those comments that answer the question will be considered entries.

Contest runs from Saturday, September 22 to 5:00pm CDT Friday, September 28. Winner will be announced Saturday, September 29.

Read full contest rules and regulations.

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Book Lover’s Day

Old books - Stories From The PastWriters, readers (young and old), bibliophiles and all of you who carry a book in their purse or back pocket no matter where you go, celebrate Book Lover’s Day on August 9 by calling in sick and spending the day – yes, the whole day – curled up with a good book. You know you’ve always want to leave reality and its obligations behind to spend the day reading in bed, on the couch, in the grass or in a hammock. Ok, you don’t have to read all day, so if you can bear to tear yourself away, you should start a book club with your friends or head to the book store to buy one or two (or three or four…) new books. If you have a book lover in your life, celebrate their passion for reading by giving them a new book.

Looking for a new book to read or missing a few classics in your collection? Check out these book lists:

New York Times: Best Sellers Lists

Goodreads: 100 Books that everyone should read at least once

The Telegraph: 100 novels everyone should read

Sources: holidayinsights.com, theultimateholidaysite.com

Photo Source: Lin Kristensen via Wikimedia Commons
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