Game of Thrones Journal Giveaway, Day 2: Valar Morghulis

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“All men must die.” But first, we’ll write. Ideally in a great-looking journal.

For today’s giveaway, we’re featuring the new Game of Thrones: Valar Morghulis Hardcover Ruled Journal, courtesy of Insight Editions. The journal’s theme is the House of Black and White, with the cover featuring the studded white door of the Faceless Men’s temple. The journal contains 192 lined pages of high-quality heavy stock paper, plus a ribbon placeholder, elastic closure, and 7.5 x 4.5–inch back pocket. It’s a beautiful piece for any Game of Thrones fan, and we have one for a lucky fan today.

*This week’s giveaways are limited to residents of USA and Canada only.*

Leave a comment below to enter to win the prize!

As for yesterday’s Day 1 giveaway, we’re happy to announce the winner of the Night’s Watch Hardcover Ruled Journal is….Chris Butera! Congratulations, Chris!

For the complete rules for today’s giveaway, a closer look at the prize and even more entry methods (you can have up to 5 total entries!), read on!


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The Official Rules

This giveaway is limited to residents of USA and Canada.

How do you enter?

Method #1: Commenting: Simply comment on this post, using a valid email!

For additional or alternate entries (making it possible to have 5 entries total!):

Method #2WotW Twitter: Follow our Twitter, WatchersOTWall, and retweet the Game of Thrones Journal Giveaway Day 2 tweet (you must do both for the extra entry). If you already follow us, no problem. Simply retweet the contest post.

Method #3: Insight Editions Twitter: Follow Insight’s Twitter account (@InsightEditions) in addition to retweeting the Day 2 Giveaway Tweet.

Method #4, WotW Facebook: Like the WatchersontheWall Facebook page and share the Game of Thrones Journal Giveaway Day 2 post (you must do both for the extra entry). If you already Like our page, again, no problem. Just share the contest post and you are entered!

Method #5: Insight Editions Facebook: Like the Insight Editions Facebook page and share our Journal Giveaway Day 2 post on your Facebook page.

Entries are accepted for 24 hours, until 12PM EST, on January 14th, 2016. The winner will be randomly selected and announced shortly thereafter on Thursday.

**The contest is USA/Canada only** The winner is selected by random drawing. The winner must respond within 48 hours of notification or will forfeit their prize and another winner will be selected. The winner must have a valid shipping address.

Twitter and Facebook are their own entities and are in no way associated with this giveaway.

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    1. I had A Game of Thrones going in the car this morning – the audiobook. I’m worried if Roy Dotrice doesn’t do Winds of Winter they’re going to pick someone awful and wreck the whole series for me. Like the guy they tried for Feast for Crows – listening to him was like beating my head against the wall. The book got much better after they brought Dotrice back to record it.

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    2. I am the sword in the darkness.
      I am the watcher on the walls.
      I am the shield that guards the realms of men.
      I pledge my life to the Nights Watch,
      for this night, and all the nights to come.

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    3. MICHAEL ENGLER

      Downton Abbey, “Episode 8”
      (PBS)

      This is Mr. Engler’s fourth DGA Award nomination. He was previously nominated in the Comedy Series category in 2007 for the 30 Rock episode “Rosemary’s Baby,” in 2003 for the Sex and the City episode “Hop, Skip & A Week,” and in 2001 for the Sex and the City episode “My Motherboard, Myself.”

      LESLI LINKA GLATTER

      Homeland, “The Tradition of Hospitality” 
      (Showtime)

      Ms. Glatter’s Directorial Team:

      Unit Production Manager: Michael KlickFirst Assistant Director: Sunday StevensSecond Assistant Director: Wendy Bledsoen

      This is Ms. Glatter’s sixth DGA Award nomination. She previously won in this category last year for Homeland, “From A to B and Back Again, as well as in 2009 for Mad Men, “;Guy Walks into an Advertising Agency.” She was also nominated in 2013 and 2012 for Homeland episodes “The Star” and “Q & A,” as well as in 1990 for Twin Peaks, “Episode 32006.”;

      DAVID NUTTER

      Game of Thrones, 
      (HBO)

      This is Mr. Nutter’s sixth DGA Award nomination. He was previously nominated in this category in 2013 for theGame of Thrones episode “The Rains of Castamere” and in 2006 for The Sopranos episode “Join the Club.” He was also nominated in the Comedy Series category for Entourage episodes “The Resurrection” (2007) and “Lose Yourself” (2010); and in the Movies for Television and Mini-Series category for The Pacific, “Basilone” in 2010.

      STEVEN SODERBERGH

      The Knick, “Williams and Walker”
      (Cinemax)

      Mr. Soderbergh’s Directorial Team:

      Unit Production Managers: Michael Polaire, Gabrielle MahonFirst Assistant Director: Gregory JacobsSecond Assistant Director: Jody SpilkomanSecond Second Assistant Directors: Travis Rehwaldt, Jason F. FeselLocation Manager: Rob Striem

      This is Mr. Soderbergh’s fourth DGA Award nomination. He won the DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Movies for Television and Mini-Series for Behind the Candelabra in 2013. He was previously nominated in the Feature Film category in 2000 for both Erin Brockovich and Traffic. He was also the recipient of the Guild’s 2014 Robert B. Aldrich Service Award for extraordinary service to the DGA and its membership.

      MATTHEW WEINER

      Mad Med, “Person to Person”
      (AMC)

      Mr. Weiner’s Directorial Team:

      Unit Production Manager: Dara WeintraubFirst Assistant Director: Lisa M. RoweSecond Assistant Director: Maria MantiaSecond Second Assistant Director: M. Ryan Traylor

      This is Mr. Weiner’s third DGA Award nomination. He was previously nominated in this same category for the Mad Men episodes “Meditations in an Emergency”in 2008 and “Shut The Door. Have A Seat” in 2009.

       

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    4. Really beautiful cover – a perfect journal to keep track of all the faces I use as disguises.

      🙂

      Congratulations to Chris Butera.

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    5. It’s about -13 F here in the Midwest (with the wind chill) and think about the epic sonnets I would compose with one of these journals. It’s been winter all year. And will continue with no end in sight.

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    6. Ok this is my daily entry for a journal. So excited for the winners. Good luck to everyone!! Thanks WoTW AGAIN… thanks for having fun with us till April gets here!!

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