Official Rules

Official Giveaway Rules for Joining Book Club Email List:

Your email address will be kept completely private. Our giveaway is open to readers 18 years or older. The prize is a $100 gift card that can only be used on

No purchase necessary. Each monthly giveaway begins at 12:01 am on the first day of each month and ends at midnight on the last day of the month. There is one winner per month. The winner each month is generated from a random drawing and is announced on the Past Winners page. Winner must maintain email subscription through date of drawing. Winners will be notified via email within 5 days of the deadline. Winners must respond within 5 days of that email notification, or the prize will be forfeited. The use of any software that uses any mechanical or electronic means to register is prohibited and all such entries will be disqualified. Furthermore, unsubscribing and re-subscribing in order to gain additional entries is strictly prohibited and all such entries will be disqualified.

Bluebird Book Club is not responsible for any late or lost entries, electronic, hardware, Internet or other computer/communications related malfunctions, giveaway disruptions, injuries, losses or damages caused by events beyond the control of Bluebird Book Club, any printing or typographical errors in any materials associated with the giveaway or prizes lost in shipment. All federal, state, local or international taxes associated with the prize are the sole responsibility of the winner. By entering the giveaway through this website, you release Bluebird Book Club and its related companies from any liability whatsoever, and waive any and all causes of action, related to any claims, costs, injuries, losses or damages of any kind arising out of or in connection with the giveaway or delivery, mis-delivery or acceptance of any prize (including, without limitation, claims, costs, injuries, losses and damages related to personal injuries, death, damage to or destruction of property, rights of publicity or privacy, defamation or portrayal in a false light, whether intentional or unintentional), whether under a theory of contract, tort (including negligence), warranty or other theory.