Friday, May 22, 2009

International Giveaway


I hinted that I was thinking about it. I even said I would. But those of you who know me, knew that it would take me a coon's age to ever get around to it (that's a really long time for those of you not au fait with Southern 'Merican sayings). And it has taken me a good long time to get around to it but it's here now. The International Book Giveaway! These are brand new books that you've seen offered all over the blogosphere available to only those in the US and Canada. Well, now here's your chance with them.

Houston We Have a Problema by Gwendolyn Zepeda.

Somehow I ended up with 3 copies of this one and heaven knows that while I am a terrible book hoarder, I don't need three copies. One copy was given away in my book club but I saved one for my intrepid international readers.

The Girl Who Stopped Swimming by Joshilyn Jackson.

A second copy arrived at my house yesterday and I'd already won a contest for it elsewhere so you get double the fun even before I admit to getting it during my Monday Mailbox post. How lucky is that?

So now the rules: To enter, comment on this post, follow me, twitter the contest and send me the tweet too (I'm @booknaround), or blog about it on your blog and post the link. Each of these will get you one entry. If you would prefer one book over the other, note that in your comment. Please make sure to leave me a way to get in touch with you if you are the winner! You cannot enter if you are in the US or Canada. The contest ends May 31 at midnight. Happy entering

5 comments:

  1. Congrats! You have something here.

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  2. I would love to win a copy of Houston We Have a Problema. Please enter me in your giveaway

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  3. I'm from Taiwan. Count me in, please. :D
    linna.hsu (at) gmail (dot) com

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  4. I stumbled upon your blog and really enjoy reading your book reviews. I'm your follower now. Hope to get The Girl Who Stopped Swimming. : )

    linna.hsu (at) gmail (dot) com

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  5. I'm in italy, 5days late on the deadline, but i still have to say that this is a great thing you're doing- just non-north-americans.

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