Wednesday, November 14, 2012

NOVEMBER GIVEAWAY!

For serious bibliophiles, a free book is a special pleasure -- especially when it's one you already know you want to read.

To celebrate (a) the fact that this morning I achieved my goal of reading 100 books in 2012, and (b) the 1000th pageview of Brave New Bookshelves, I'm giving away my copy of Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore.  In hardcover.
Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore
This copy has been read exactly once, by me.  It's in very good, although not perfect, shape.  I don't underline or highlight or dog-ear pages.  If you ask nicely, I'll even sign it for you.  
HOW TO ENTER: It's simple, read my review of the book and then leave a comment telling me why you're excited to read this book, or what you liked/didn't like about the review. Comments must be at least five words to count. Yes, that's an actual rule. Also, US residents only, please.
ADDITIONAL ENTRIES: Help me test this nifty giveaway gadget, and gain additional entries. a Rafflecopter giveaway
Good luck everyone!

6 comments:

Casey Mead said...

I've heard good things about this book! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

M.C.V. Egan and Jolie DeMarco said...

Just connected via Book Blogs great blog and entered your giveaway.
M.C.V. Egan

Leigh Ann said...

I haven't heard about this book before so I'm excited to check it out! I found you through Book Blogs. :) I just did an author interview/giveaway if you would like to check it out and/or enter. I look forward to reading more of your posts! Have a great weekend! :)

Leigh Ann
MaMa's Book Corner

Erika P. said...

Reposted in the appropriate location:

I'm pretty interested in the tension between books and technology and it's completely metaphysical and cool to read a book about that struggle. I'm also unashamed to admit that I liked the Da Vinci Code and am always looking for a book that you can't put down!

Anonymous said...

I love you and enjoy your reviews even without the chance of free gifts. But I think the giveaway is a fun idea.

Kathleen C. said...

Yay!! Better-written Da Vinci Code sounds addictive--you're right, secret societies make for excellent page-turners. Can't wait to read it! -K