Congratulations to Shawn A who won the Hitchcock classic movies DVD. Shawn, your email inbox is full. Please contact me within a week so I don’t have to select another winner!
Also, I have the results to the latest poll I conducted. The question was: What attracts you to a book? Here’s how the results broke down:
All of the above ~ 61%
Back cover book description ~ 17%Cover ~ 11%
Author ~ 6%
Title ~ 2%
Thanks for your continued participation in these. I find the results so interesting. I’ve always been a book description fan myself. It’s good to know that others flip the book over and go there first, too!
Earlier this year’s, I blogged about the most common dream themes and what they’re thought to mean. I just took a poll with my newsletter giveaway contest to see how these themes stacked up. Out of 185 participants, here are the results:
Being chased – 30% [Avoidance, need to face a problem, drive or ambition (for chaser)]
Falling – 23% [Red flag for major problems at work or relationships]
Showing up late – 15% [Being overwhelmed, doing too much]
Flying – 9% [Out of control situation, sign to let go, new perspective, freedom]
Cheating – 5% [Lack of trust in romantic relationship, compromised beliefs or integrity]
Death – 5% [A wish to terminate a job or a relationship, a wish to start something new]
Test-taking – 4% [Work stress, being scrutinized, anxiety]
Teeth – 4% [Vanity, powerlessness, deception]
Snakes – 3% Fear of the unknown, hidden threats, sexual temptation, transformation]
Showing up to work/school naked – 2% [Vulnerability, anxiety, fear of being exposed]
Fascinating stuff there!
Also, congratulations to BethAnn for winning the Dreamer Light-Show Projector.
Congratulations to Micielle, who was the winner of my Dreaming Bear Outdoor Decoration. Micielle has been a newsletter recipient since October 2014. This giveaway was to celebrate the kickoff of my Dream Weaver series.
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The survey results this time were what I expected. The question was, “What time of year do you read most?”
About the same year-round – 78%Winter – 11%
Summer – 7%
Fall – 3%
Spring – 1%
There are some voracious readers out there! Gotta love that!