Giveaway: I.M. for Murder VocabCafe from College Prep Genius

And we have a winner. . . Congratulations Melissa Carpenter!

Please send an email, with your mailing info, to to claim your prize.  This drawing is now closed.


College Prep Genius, known for their Master the SAT’s DVD course, also has a novella series entitled VocabCafe.  These are designed to teach hundreds of new vocabulary words while providing a wholesome story.

Sound intriguing?  One reader will win the selection, I.M. for Murder. The synopsis is as follows;

“IM For Murder is a rousing, suspenseful tale of three boys and their encounter with an internet serial killer. . .Based on a three-step approach to increasing vocabulary, each book highlights 300 advanced words by using DEFINITION, REPETITION, and REINFORCEMENT. Readers find the definition of every highlighted word at the bottom of the page — a word review and appendix complement the learning process!

These were not reviewed by the Crew, but you can check out the sale page HERE.  Then leave a comment here on the Crew site (not Facebook) and be entered to win.

If you’d like an extra entry, you may share this giveaway on your blog, Twitter, and/or Facebook.  Leave an extra comment for each additional entry.

All entries must be in by Sunday at 11:59 pm EST. Drawing will be held on Monday and winner announced, along with a brand new giveaway.  Please be sure to leave your email. If I have no contact information, I cannot award you as winner. Thanks!

NOTES:  If winner has not responded by the Friday following the announcement, a new winner will be drawn. So be sure to check out this page every Monday!

No members of the current (09-10) Homeschool Crew or employees/independent contractors of TOS may participate in these giveaways. To make my life easier, please note that you are a TOS Crew member or TOS employee if leaving a comment of support. Thanks!


5 thoughts on “Giveaway: I.M. for Murder VocabCafe from College Prep Genius”

  1. This looks like a book my son could get into. He loves mysteries and computers. I love the idea of the repetition of the vocabulary words too. Hope we win!!


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