So, one of the drawbacks to being addicted to entering contests (besides the negative reinforcement of winning things, lol) is trying to remember which password I used where and running into those little 'prove you are not a robot' captcha codes. Both drive me nuts! Sure, I could write down all of the passwords...but how is that more secure? Then I have a mile long list of sites, their respective passwords...and I am the person who writes down a shopping list and promptly loses it until AFTER I have gone to the store. Sometimes, by the time I have gone through all of the hassle of figuring out which password I used on which site...which occasionally results in having to ask to reset the darn thing...I have used up the spare time that I was going to use to visit the site itself. And then, just like having telephone numbers already stored in the phone...since my computer automatically enters the password when I enter the site...it has been so long since I have had to manually enter something...I no longer remember what it is! Okay, finally get into the site and start commenting on a particular person's posting and then....GRRRR....I get to the captcha! I wear bifocals. Not happily, but I do wear them. I have finally gotten past the feeling of being underwater half of the time (and no, the rare occasions that I have gone swimming, I go in without glasses...after all, how can it be worse? My vision is blurry without my glasses anyway). But I still struggle with whether I am using the top half of my glasses or the bottom half to read the computer screen. Combine that with some wavy letters and numbers in weird positions and ... ARRGGHH! I might as well not post by the time I have gone through 4 different captchas ... maybe I need a robot to enter the captcha!
Anyway, TRS is having an end of the summer bash at this link. Don't forget that you have to login (sigh, fruits of a spammer attack on their site!) before you can enter any of the contests...and leave the Nook giveaway for me, lol!
And Shiloh Walker is having a contest to promote the release of the new title in her Grimm's Circle series, Blind Destiny at this link.