Lovely Whatsoevers Turns Two + A Giveaway

Today marks two years since I started this blog!

Firstly: I just want to say thank you to each and every person who stops by this little place on the internet. You are awesome. :)

Secondly: To further say thank you, I'm having a giveaway!

As you already probably know, I'm a book nerd—so the giveaway is bookish! I decided to go with a Jane Austen theme, since she's one of my favorite authors ever.

What I'm Giving Away
One copy of Sense and Sensibility (Word Cloud Classics Edition)
One “Imperfections” bookmark

Rules for the Giveaway*:
You must be a follower of LW (via GFC or Bloglovin). +2 entries
You must leave a comment on this post letting me know you wish to enter the giveaway, as well as entries earned. +2 entries

Optional entries:
In your comment, tell me you favorite Austen quote! +1 entry
Follow me on Twitter. +1 entry
Follow me on Instagram. +1 entry
Like my Facebook page. +1 entry
Share about the giveaway on your blog. +1 entry
(If you follow me on any of these already, you can still get the entry points.)

*Unfortunately, I have to limit this one to US only.

The giveaway will close by 11:59PM on March 27th. As is customary, the winner's name will be drawn from a hat and will be revealed here on March 28th.

What are some posts you would like to see on Lovely Whatsoevers in the future?


  1. HAPPY 2 YEAR YEARS, JAMESON! You have a wonderful blog here, and I'm glad I discovered it. :-D

    And, ooo, a giveaway. I think I'll enter this one. That cover is gorgeous, and a bookmark? I always love a bookmark.

    Follow you via GFC: check.
    Follow you on Twitter: check.
    Like your facebook page: check

    Favorite Jane Austen Quote: "The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in a good novel, must be intolerably stupid."

    Again, Happy Two Years! Best wishes on blogging more. I think I'd like to see some more thoughts on books you read, and the stories you write.

    1. Thank you! :)

      I love the WCC editions. They're quite pretty. :)

      That's one of my favorite Austen quotes too!

      Thanks for entering the giveaway!

  2. Happy blogiversary!! What a great giveaway! My favorite Austen quote is, "You have no consideration for my nerves!" =)

    I follow your blog, Twitter, and Facebook.

    1. Thank you! Ooh, I love that Mrs. Bennet quote! :)

      Thanks for entering the giveaway!

  3. I honestly have no idea why it's taking me this long to discover & follow your blog! Uhhh, I'm terrible X'D BUT HAPPY TWO YEARS!

    Anyways, that BOOK IS GORGEOUS. <33 Good choice!

    I think my favorite Austen moment (does this count? I mean, this is a quote) is when Mr. Knightley shares his feelings to Emma: "I cannot make speeches, Emma . . . If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more." I just think Mr. Knightley is adorable--no matter, which version (book, movie, Emma Approved). And I know he's a quieter man, which means sharing his feelings are a lot harder for him. <33 (I also love the one Grace M shared!)

    Anyways, I just followed you on GFC & Facebook. I already follow you on twitter.

    1. Thank you!

      I love how the WCC editions have quotes on them. Very pretty! :)

      *sigh* Knightley... He's my second favorite Austen hero. :) Have you seen the 2009 adaptation?

      Thanks for entering the giveaway!

    2. OH MY GOSH THAT'S MY FAVORITE EMMA ADAPTATION. JOHNNY LEE MILLER IS AN ADORABLE KNIGHTLEY. I want to cry every time I watch it. I also adore Emma Approved. :)

  4. Congrats on hitting your second blogoversary! That book cover is so gorgeous, but I am afraid that my only Austin love comes from The Lizzie Bennet Diaries and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I KNOW. I AM A FAILURE.

    But also they are great. Ha. Ha ha ha. *flops* *muffled* Happy blogoversary again! Enjoy yo'self.

    1. Thanks!

      Love the Lizzie Bennet Diaries! I've read PPZ and liked it, but have yet to see the movie (keep hearing great things though!). :)

      Thanks again!


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