Blog Roll, bookmarks, Giveaway

Spring Newsletter Giveaway

Try your luck at winning Peachy Books’ first giveaway!

Giveaways are fun, no? With my plans to send out my first quarterly e-mail newsletter next month, I decided to add a giveaway and will continue the tradition in every edition.

This Spring, I would love to send these beautiful floral bookmarks to a couple of my friends and readers.

Interested entrants have three opportunities to win:

  1. Like this post
  2. Comment on this post
  3. Subscribe to my new Peachy Books Quarterly Newsletter below

Those that subscribe will have better odds for the win, as one of the recipients will be chosen exclusively from the newsletter subscriber pool and the second from all three.

The 1st Edition of my Just Peachy Newsletter will be out this April, where I’ll announce the winners of the bookmarks and proceed to contact those individuals for their shipping details.

In my newsletter, I will share a chronicle of my most enjoyable recent read, a recap of my most and least popular blog posts, and a sneak peek at some of the books I will be covering in the coming quarter.

To keep my finger on the pulse of my readership, I am also thinking of doing random polls, and, lastly, there will be the quarterly giveaway, which in most cases will be a seasonally themed crochet bookmark made by me.

Here are the bookmarks when I photographed them after making them last year. I gifted the peach one to my mother for Mother’s day 2021, but the pink and the purple are up for winning, so enter today!

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Blog Roll, bookmarks


I love crochet. Alongside reading, it is my other favourite way to unwind, and has been so for three decades. I had an Etsy shop for a few years, where I sold gifts and various items, but now that I’ve started my book blog, I’m sticking to making bookmarks!

My little guy loves these colourful place holders for our books, and is excited to see what theme I’ll choose every time I pick up a new read. What started out as a collection for him has turned into a slight obsession for me. After every book I read I have an overwhelming urge to make a bookmark inspired by the story, so make I shall. Do you have any bookmark ideas? Let me know in the comments.

Here are a few that I made for Mother’s day

Image of 3 crochet flower branch bookmarks