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Win a Quirk Books Back-to-School Prize Pack!

Happy September! 

We sure do have a lot going on here on the ol' Quirk Books blog today. Awesome deals on the Jane Austen Handbook and Yum-Yum Bento Box, a crazy one day deal on Blair Thornburgh's Stuff Every College Student Should Know, and one top secret thing that I totally can't talk about just yet. It starts with "fancy website" and ends with "update."

But we won't stop there. Can't stop, won't stop, as the saying goes. 

To welcome in September and the start of school, we're giving away a fancy Quirk Books Back-to-School Prize Pack (Q.B.B.T.S.P.), filled with titles for the aspiring writer and English major. Included in the bundle are See Jane WriteHow Not to WriteStuff Every College Student Should Know, and two notebooks (Walls and Skywriting) to scribble out all your ideas. 

And be sure to sign up for the Quirk E. Newsletter to get the inside scoop on giveaways just like this one! We run a lot of SECRET raffles, just for newsletter subscribers.

You can enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter below. We're giving away FIVE prize packs! Good luck!

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Wearing Reminders to Write: Vintage Typewriter Key Necklaces

Feeling nostalgic for the clack of your old Remington portable, but not ready to return to the days of Wite-Out? Indulge your memory of that mechanical clack-clack-clack with a handmade necklace from Rocky Mountain Accents. Based out of Denver, CO, Michaela Jenkins creates jewelry using vintage typewriter keys, and the necklaces are available in both one and two-letter versions. 3+ letter necklaces available by request.

Each item is made to order with a 20" gunmetal-grey chain and a lobster-style clasp. Since the keys are taken from Jenkins' available supply of typewriters, buyers are encouraged to double-check that their desired letters are available, as well as to specify if they prefer a white or black background.

Single letter necklaces are priced at $23, and additional letters are $10. Check them out

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Eat More Books: Episode 7 “It’s Not Over”

 

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