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GIVEAWAY: Flowers in the Attic DVD

Oh yes...the recent Lifetime movie depiction of every GenX girl's favorite movie to sneak read is coming to DVD and you can get your very own copy.

Did you miss the TV event of the Polar Vortex? Or maybe you watched it with glee and buttered popcorn and want to watch it again? Then you are in luck! Especially since there is a behind-the-scenes featurette. *excellent*

My giveways are super easy. No hoops to jump through:

DEADLINE: Friday, March 21st at 11 pm Chicago time (CDT)

HOW TO ENTER: Just comment on this post and tell me when you first encountered the glory of the  Dollanganger family. If you want an extra entry, just tweet this contest out and tag me (@veronicaeye) or Facebook it and tag @vivalafeminista.

RESTRICTIONS: Sorry, DVDs can only be sent to those in the USA or Canada. Also, no PO Boxes. 

I'll number everyone's entry and use Random.org to pick a number.

See! Easy peasy. Now enter now!

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I numbered the comments 1 and 2 and the one Twitter entry as 3. Went to Random.org and it gave me....

Congrats! 

Comments

Unknown said…
Oh me please! I haven't figured out how to watch Lifetime on Roku yet.
Anonymous said…
Okay - I only just found out a couple days ago that they did a remake of Flowers in the Attic - so I missed the January launch and can't find it On Demand or on Netflix - so it would be awesome to win this.

As for when I first discovered VC Andrews? At 14 with the Dawn series. But the Dollanganger series was next and I've re-read it multiple times since. Guilty pleasure for sure. I also attribute my love of ballet (and silly-frilly tutus) to Catharine.

As an aside - glad my Flowers in the Attic twitter search led me to your blog. All the best - Louise
Unknown said…
read a book called Seeds of Yesterday

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