Sunday, April 6, 2008

April Book Giveaway....



Hello...hello. Before we get to our current book giveaway, a special thank you to the folks who participated in the March giveaway. Our randomly drawn winner was Sherry. If you didn't win, I encourage you to buy your own copy of last month's book, Water For Elephants. It was good. And if you're going to buy it, why not buy it from my Amazon link? It's right over there above my Currently Reading List.


Continuing on with my fabulous book giveaway idea- because who doesn't like good, FREE books- I give you the April book, The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver. To qualify for this month's giveaway, simply leave a comment listing your favorite book (or books). The contest will be open until Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 12:00 AM (EST). That's midnight. I'll draw one random winner on Monday from qualifying contestants. I'm willing to ship worldwide. Can't wait to get started on this book? There's the Amazon link over there on the right. Good luck!

27 comments:

Lesha said...

This sounds like a really interesting book. I'm always up for a good read. :)

yyeres said...

pick me! looks like a nice book. my favorite book of all time is still those curious george books, i stil read them all the time! thanks for the contest

jujujubee2002 said...

I loved High Tide in Tucson by Kingsolver but one of my very favorites is Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd (and FirstLight.) Also Ask and It Is Given by Jerry and Esther Hicks and all of the Conversation with Gods books by Neale Donald Walsh. I love books in general!
Thank you :)

pintolinda said...

This is a heartwarming and interesting story. I hope I win.

AdkJen said...

I read this years ago and absolutely LOVED it! It was my first book club book in Lake Placid. I had to pass it along to many friends so am not certain where the ragged copy is now... The follow up Pigs in Heaven was good, too. But Bean Trees is great!

Hmm, my favorite or just a really good book --?! I think that almost every book I read is really good. Stephen Donaldson's Song of Ice and Fire sci-fi series probably is my favoite. It is based on the nibelung epic by Wagner.

Seems somehow unfair, I think, having to pick only one favorite... :D

Vickie Couturier said...

count me in too please,sounds like good reading,would love to read it ,thanks so much




vlbelk@hotmail.com

Gettysburg Mom said...

howdy adkjen (&others!)- I think I have the sequel somewhere. There's a really tall stack of boxes in the other room. I still haven't unpacked. I still haven't unpacked some boxes since we moved. In 2005- Thus the giveaway!

pootieposh said...

Please include me in this giveaway. This books looks great. My favorite book of all time is To Kill A Mockingbird.

Samantha P said...

i love the Harry Potter series! thanks for the giveaway~!

Sylvia P said...

i love any book by Gregory Maguire~ he's awesome

speedymac77 said...

Funny how this one isn't tattered (or at least you've left out that bit of detail) and SOO many people desire your free used book.

Huh.

Gettysburg Mom said...

I certify that this copy did not come from my mom, so it has not been perused by Cady the Black Lab.

michael in dc said...

I bought this book and its sequel, as well as Animal Dreams, because I liked the cover art. Good purchases.

sweetsue said...

My favorite book is Clay's Ark by the wonderful science fiction writer (now deceased) Olivia E Butler.

Anita Yancey said...

My favorite book or books, is anything written by Janet Evanovich.But I especially love her Stephanie Plum series.

effranks said...

Great book.

kathiscc said...

Love those Barbara Kingsolver books. Prodigal summer, Animal dreams, The bean trees, Pigs in heaven, Homeland and other stories.

lrollins said...

I've been trying to find this book on audio so that I can listen to it in the car, but that's been a tough chore. This sounds like a great alternative!

kaylee8 said...

I am not sure of my favorite book, but my favorite author is Johanna Lyndsey. Her most recent book is always my favorite

Alberta said...

My favorite book of all time is Catch 22. I would like to win this book.

calgirl said...

A Tale of Two Cities and Love Comes softly are my two favorite books

Ninacu said...

I guess my favorite would be "Gone With the Wind". Thanks.

Lisa said...

Any of Nicholas Sparks (especially "The Notebook) and Richard Paul Evans' "The Christmas Box".

Whirled said...

Ooh! I loved "Secret Life of Bees" too. I just read "Follow the Cow Herd Boy", a historical fiction novel about 15th century India. It was really fascinating. The author was signing books in Hastings the day before Easter, when all us procrastinating Bunnies were out shopping. So I splurged and got myself a signed book, and I'm very glad I did. It was great.

bc said...

I like John Grisham books.

Hetal said...

my favorite authors are Grisham and Lisa Kleypas

Swtlilchick said...

My favorite book of all time is
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte'
This book sounds good from your
review.Please enter me and thanks