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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Who wants a $20 shopping voucher from Borders Australia?


Okay so a couple of days ago I was browsing through Borders desperate to spend my $100 gift voucher I received for my birthday which has been burning a hole through my pocket just waiting to be spent on some good books. I eventually decided upon Radiant Shadows by Melissa Marr. I’ve read the first three books in the series and really enjoyed them so I thought why not start the next book in the series plus I know Darkest Mercy, the next (and final) book in the series, is releasing early next year so by reading Radiant Shadows I will be able to pick up Darkest Mercy when its released and find out how the series is going to end.

Anyway (sorry going a bit off topic) when I went up to the counter the cashier asked me if I wanted to join the Borders VIP Loyalty Program, I said yes upon which I was issued a card, following this the cashier then told me because I joined I’ve automatically received a $20 shopping voucher, whoot I said and then proceeded to use my $20 I just received on the book so I got the book for free and my $100 gift voucher balance remains at $100!

So long story short if you join up to Borders VIP Loyalty Program you get $20, how awesome is that? For more information click here [this page basically explains all the details you need to know].

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Greetings fellow blog readers, welcome to my blog and thank you for stopping by. Now you may be wondering who is lost.in.stories? Well lost.in.stories is also known as Romy, a 23 year old graduate student from Australia who loves to read. I read (maybe devour would be a more appropriate word) largely young adult novels, with a particular love of fantasy and paranormal novels, however I am also a sucker for a good romance.
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