Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you won an Amazon Gift Card
Giveaway right here on Multi-Testing Mommy?

Amazon Gift Card Giveaway
It’s that time of year when we need to start thinking about holiday gifts!

What would you do if you won the
Amazon Gift Card Giveaway?

Would you keep it or would you gift it to someone you know?

One of the many items that you can purchase if you won this Amazon Gift Card Giveaway would be ebooks. Do you have an e-reader? What I LOVE about the Kindle e-reader is that it has NO GLARE! That is one thing about my phone (or tablets) that drives me a bit crazy when I am outside trying to read check in on my social media accounts.


All NEW Kindle features:

  • design is thinner and lighter
  • easy on your eyes—touchscreen display reads like real paper
  • no screen glare, even in bright sunlight, unlike tablets
  • single battery charge lasts weeks, not hours
  • get lost in your story with no alerts or notifications
  • holds thousands of books—choose from new releases and bestsellers, or from over a million titles at CDN$ 4.99 or less

My daughter just finished reading Shadow Magic. I know that she would absolutely adore receiving an Amazon Gift Card for Christmas to purchase some ebooks on her Kindle! My daughter is the bookworm in the family.

Hey parents! Have you heard of Kindle FreeTime?


Kindle FreeTime is a customized feature on all current Kindle e-readers that allows parents to set daily reading goals for their children either by page count or duration. While my son is starting to enjoy reading without much encouragement this year, this feature definitely would have come in handy last year. Perhaps this will give him that additional boost of encouragement to read instead of asking for screen time.

This simple and fun tool also rewards kids with achievement badges when they reach their reading milestones. A daily progress report keeps parents updated on total time spent reading, number of words looked up, badges earned and books read.

Setting up the Kindle FreeTime is easy as it take only 4 steps:

  1. Create a password.
  2. Add a profile.
  3. Fill it up with books that you recommend for your child.
  4. Set a reading goal for your child.

The Kindle Parental Controls give parents the ability to restrict certain Kindle features such as restricting access to the experimental web browser, the Kindle Store, Cloud storach and Goodreads on Kindle.

I’m very excited to be able to offer you a giveaway where two lucky winners will receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card.


It’s Giveaway Time!
Prize: Two lucky winners will receive a $50 Amazon Gift card

Giveaway Ends: November 30, 2016, 11:59pm ET

What would you purchase with your gift card if you won?

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115 Responses to Amazon Gift Card Giveaway

  1. Lynda Cook says:

    The only books I have read lately have been cookbooks, and I am just getting used to using my tablet to read my recipes while in the kitchen but the problem I have with using a tablet compared to a reader is it keeps going off!!

  2. I prefer digital books. The last book I read was Liberation IS: The End of The Spiritual Path by Salvadore Poe

  3. Shari D says:

    I have both but I actually prefer paper books.

  4. Francine F. says:

    I like them both – paper for books I want to read at home, digital for when I’m on the go. The last book I read was The Nest.

  5. Elaine G says:

    I have both.But I am reading more and more on my ereader lately. The last book I read was Intimate Betrayal by Houston Havens.

  6. Joni W says:

    I prefer paper books. I LOVE paper books. The last book i read was Gordon Korman’s I Want To Go Home. That’s my favourite book of all time.

  7. kathy downey says:

    I prefer paper books
    and the last book i read was Without Pity by Ann Rule

  8. Laurie P says:

    hubby is the bookworm, and he probably is 50/50 on in ereader and physical books.

  9. alisa1 says:

    Paper books all the way! Sadly for me all the recent books I’ve read were children’s books.

  10. Judy Cowan says:

    We use ereaders now since we don’t have space for a lot of print books. Been awhile since we read, got away from it but now that winter is coming I am sure we will get back into it.

  11. ivy pluchinsky says:

    I prefer paper books, and the last book i read, or I’m still reading is Two by Two by Nicholas Sparks.

  12. Jeanna johnson says:

    I read using both ways and don’t have a preference! I just finished Behind Closed Doors.

  13. Anne says:

    The Obsidian Chamber by Preston and Child

  14. Cheryl says:

    I prefer paper.

  15. Ashleigh Swerdfeger says:

    Roscoe Riley to my children lol. I am also reading Raising your spirited child.

  16. jan says:

    I do still prefer paper, but do both. Read Secret Daughter last.

  17. Mel says:

    I like both! I finished The Other Queen by Philippa Gregory.

  18. James Robert says:

    I enter to get books for both my sisters since they love to read and one reads on a kindle but the other only books

  19. Andrea Amy says:

    I don’t like ebooks. I like paper books. I am currently reading I am Number Four. The last book I read before that was something by Nicholas Sparks. Can’t remember which one as I read 3 of this in row. Might have been The Lucky One.

  20. Jennifer P. says:

    I prefer paper books. The last book I read, aside from children’s books to my kids, is Siblings Without Rivalry.

  21. Candice Lannin says:

    I prefer actual books. We already get so much screen time these days, with computers, smart phones, and other devices. I can’t imagine it is very good for the eyes to also do your personal eating on a screen.

  22. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I like paper books, my grandson loves to see the pictures as we read them. The last book I read was Outlander.

  23. Ronald Gagnon says:

    The Dark Wind by Tony Hillerman

  24. Gillian Morgan says:

    I prefer paper. The last book i read was “The Hot Zone”.

  25. Carole Dube says:

    I prefer paper books. The girl on the train by Paula Hawkins

  26. Vivian Dionne says:

    I still prefer paper books. The last book I read was The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins.

  27. Jasen_H says:

    I prefer ereader for convenience but still get some hardcovers for collecting purposes. The last book I read was Last Argument of Kings by Joe Abercrombie

  28. fossie55 says:

    I prefer paper books. Last book I read Eyewitness travel= Paris.
    Florence C

  29. Debbie Bashford says:

    I don’t have a reader so I still prefer the actual book

  30. Cheryl Grandy says:

    I like paper books and think I’d prefer them to an ereader. But I’ve never tried an ereader, so I don’t know for sure which I’d prefer. The last book I read was quite unmemorable – I can’t remember anything about it!

  31. Wendy Hutton says:

    Ilike paper books and its beena while since I read one and can’t remember the name of it

  32. Jenness M says:

    I prefer my ereader. The last book I read was Chaos Walking.

  33. Jeanette Jackson says:

    I prefer paper books. The last book I read was a re-read of Phantoms by Dean Koontz.

  34. Carol Denny says:

    I prefer paper books.

  35. ksceviour says:

    I prefer e-reader. The last book I read was “Release Me’

  36. lp says:

    definitely a paper book. reading The Red Tent. thanks

  37. Jessica S says:

    I don’t have an e-reader and have never tried it so paper books for me! The last book I read was Harry Potter and the Cursed Child!

  38. Jenna D says:

    I like both for different reasons. If I’m on the go or travelling, I like an ereader for its lightweight and selection, but if I’m at home, I am fond of a paperback in one hand and a mug of coffee in the other 🙂

  39. Julie says:

    I like my ereader but still prefer paper books!

  40. Jenn E says:

    I don’t current have an e-reader so I have to with paper books. The last book I read was a mystery novel called Sleeping With Anemone.

  41. SeanM says:

    I read both. No real preference. Still reading The Discoverers

  42. loriag says:

    I far prefer an e reader. I am reading a book my Lynn Austin.

  43. Debbie White-Beattie says:

    You may find this funny but I actually like to go back and forth because sometimes I just like the feel of a book but mostly an e reader

  44. Ashley Jenkins says:

    Right now I am a fan of paper books as I have never used an e-reader. I am putting one on my holiday wish list for myself this year

  45. Cheryl H says:

    Paper books always! Last book I read was Mary Higgins Clark the melody lingers on

  46. Glogirl3 says:

    I prefer paper books. The last book I read was Chicken Soup for the Soul book.

  47. Tammy Dalley says:

    I prefer paper books, I am currently reading The Ice Child!!!

  48. Krista Miller says:

    I don’t have an e-reader so I don’t know what kind of reading experience that would be like. I’ve always loved paper books though. Last book I read was Zoo Station: The Story of Christiane F.

  49. Doris says:

    I prefer Paper books.

  50. Doris says:

    The last book I read was “The Book of Negroes” by Lawrence Hill.

  51. Janet Neufeld says:

    I prefer Paper books. Just took out “The Help” from the library. It is so good to curl up with a good book.

  52. kam77 says:

    I like both! Paper ones when I am at home or not travelling very far. If I’m on a longer vacation, definitely ereader!

  53. Brie says:

    I like to hold a book, but the ability to read in the dark without turning on a light makes an e reader win!

  54. Tricia Hope says:

    I am involved in A Richard Jury case

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  55. Carol Roberts clark says:

    ereader

  56. Wanda Tracey says:

    Grey Mountain is excellent by John Grisham!

  57. caroline m. says:

    still prefer paperbacks but getting to know my Kobo a little better lately and I’m enjoying it’s company

  58. Travelbuds says:

    I love my ereader so much. I haven’t read so much in years but now that I have my ereader I read all the time.

  59. Nena Sinclair says:

    I prefer ereader books because then I can adjust the print size and lighting.

  60. Heidi C. says:

    I love books and try to support paper ones as much as I can. But, my Kindle is wonderful in that I can carry multiple books anywhere I go. Needless to say, I have several books on the go. I last read Girl on the Train.

  61. Nicolthe pickle says:

    I prefer paper books, but I love an e-reader for a trip because you can carry a bunch at a time. I’m currently reading the Complete Works of Father Brown and I love it.

  62. Amy Heffernan says:

    I like both! Last book I read was called “Ice” Thanks!

  63. Stephanie La Plante says:

    I prefer paper but sometimes eReaders are way more convenient.

  64. Donnas says:

    I have an ereader but most of the time I forget to charge it. My daughter is a real book fan and I’ve read a lot of her books. I find if I’ve put the book down and not read it for a while, it is much easier with paper to skim over and refresh my memory.

  65. Christine Murray says:

    I like paper books for at home reading and a reader that I can throw in my bag when I have to take the bus or wait in a doctor’s office. It is less heavy to carry. The last book I have read is Inheritance by Christopher Paolini.

  66. Tina F says:

    I prefer paperback and the last book I read was by Brenda Dickson (Old Jill Abbott of Y&R) My True HIdden Hollywood Story WOW it is amazing to read and what the things that happened back then

  67. selbys says:

    I prefer my reader now and just finished Lisa Gardner’s Fear Nothing. slhaydon@hotmail.com

  68. Darwin says:

    I prefer an ereader because I can store a tons of book on it and they are easy to transport.

  69. @a_m_rs says:

    I loved books but takes up so much space. loved my old kobo but my ipad has a light so I use that now for my books

  70. kristen visser says:

    I actually have never tried an e-reader so not sure how i would like them but I have no problem with paperbacks

  71. Erika Letson says:

    I prefer paper books, but e-readers are great for travelling. The last book I read was Gone Girl, it was great!

  72. Rebby Roberts says:

    I like paper books, but ereaders are so great for travel!!

  73. Kim says:

    I prefer paper books

  74. Wayne Lecoy says:

    It would be great to win a $50 Amazon Gift card.
    In response to your questions of
    Do you prefer paper books or an E-reader?
    and What was the last book you read?
    I prefer Paper books because i don’t own an E -reader
    and the last book i read
    was Alaska Hunt by Shelter Somerset.
    Thank you for having this giveaway.

  75. Leslie Crosbie says:

    I would like to read ebooks but I dont have an ereader!
    I read alot, and I am really enjoying The Game Of Thrones series!

  76. Lushka Smith says:

    So far paper books as I don’t have an ereader. Last read Girl on the train

  77. Tanis says:

    I love paper books and it’s been so long that I’ve read, I don’t know the last one. Pathetic, isn’t it?

  78. Jonnie says:

    I prefer paper books but e-books are so convenient. My son and I read Where the Red Fern Grows together this past week.

  79. Lisa Brown says:

    I prefer paper books the the last book I read was called “Rosehaven” by Catherine Coulter.

  80. sarah stickney says:

    I think it was the Twilight books.

  81. Sunshine g says:

    I’m a paper book person unless I’m travelling – and the last book I read was Still Alice.

  82. Nicole M says:

    I like both.

  83. archy0050 says:

    I love both. Last book I read was I reread The Passage

  84. Maria Katie says:

    I love paper books a bit more 🙂

  85. Pam Wood Humphrey says:

    I prefer a paper book, I am old school.
    I recently finished The Best Kind of People.

  86. Maritess says:

    I just finished reading the Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard. I read it to know if it suitable for my 11-year old.

  87. Juliee Fitze says:

    I prefer ereaders they are lighter for me to hold. Last book I read was one of the Outlanders series.

  88. David Gibb says:

    prefer ereaders easy to hold

  89. Erin says:

    I prefer real books, but love ereaders for vacations and night reading! I just finished The Nest~

  90. Deb Philippon says:

    I much prefer paper books, although I find ebooks great for vacations. I just finished a book on the history of anime.

  91. erin2470 says:

    ereader… I just read the latest Linda Howard

  92. Sue A. says:

    I like both. I like traditional books for authors I collect. And ebook readers are handy for reading at night in bed (no extra lights needed). Last book I read was Beck and Call by Emma Holly.

  93. Dee Schwark says:

    I prefer paperback but find ereaders more convenient. The last book I read was Cronin’s Key

  94. missbobloblaw says:

    I love paper books, the kids love e-books. I’m currently re-reading Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain.

  95. Tara B says:

    Currently I read only Paper back because I don’t have an e-reader but, I am very interested in the technology and I think it is great!
    The last book I read was Sophie Kinsella – Shopaholic to the Stars

  96. Christy DuBois says:

    I prefer paper books myself. It’s just something about having the physical book I still like.

  97. Liz Companion says:

    I read My secret sister, i believe !

  98. L H says:

    The last book I read was The Man in the High Castle by PKD.

  99. Erinn Lishman says:

    I love paper books and the last book I read was Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis!

  100. binabug says:

    I didn’t like the ereader at all, I like the feel of a book in my hands I guess. I’m currently reading Splinter (its a take on alice in wonderland) I’m rereading it because I recently bought books 3 and 4.

  101. flowerchild23 says:

    I prefer paper books. The last book I read was “The Girl on the Train”.

  102. Valerie Mallette says:

    I prefer paper books. The last book I read was Betrayals by Kelley Armstrong.

  103. ruth moreira-lozon says:

    I prefer paper books, but both my son and my hubby love e-readers. my favorite author is Sophie Kinsella and the last book I read was “Finding Audrey”

  104. Tamara M says:

    I love books in any form! The last book I read was The Girl on the Train, and I am currently reading Harry Potter to my kids. Thank you for the chance! 🙂

  105. Marilyn Nawara says:

    I prefer a paperback — I find it difficult to curl up in a chair with an e-reader, but I’m starting to get used to it. The last book I read was Killing Patton.

  106. Kate Hearn says:

    I prefer actual books (they smell great) and if they fall off the bed while I’m reading, I don’t have to worry about a broken screen.
    The last book I read was Behind Closed Doors. Currently reading the girl from the Savoy

  107. Leslie Crosbie says:

    I dont have an ereader so I only read in paperback!

  108. Melinda Jana says:

    I prefer paperback. currently reading Red Sparrow

  109. Nancy T says:

    I have an ereader but I honestly prefer a hard copy. There’s something about holding the paper in your hands. The last book I read was ‘Je suis mouillé’ with my younger daugher LOL

  110. Erica says:

    I prefer paper books, but I can understand how people love the convenience of E Readers.

  111. Juliee Fitze says:

    I prefer paper books and last book I read was a Nora Roberts book.

  112. Silvia D says:

    i love both, it depends where I am, at home paper books mostly and out and about it is my e reader or on my tablet..the last book I read was..The Jericho River.. a historic book.

  113. Donna L. says:

    I prefer paper books.

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