Fear in Writing: Post of the Day #1 Book Giveaways

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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Post of the Day #1 Book Giveaways

Alright all! A few little posts throughout the day from me today...I awoke early today to WRITE, therefore I am not spending an hour wrangling out perfect prose for your perusal (like that?). Just kidding, but I am serious about the small posts.

So here's the first:

A.F. Heart of Mysteries and My Musings is hosting a book giveaway of a particulary interesting-sounding mystery/suspense/thriller. A new-to-me author Sandi Ault.  A book titled Wild Penance.  Read Heart's review here, and enter the drawing here.  Free books are good, right?  Enjoy!

While clicking around the blogosphere, I saw that Patricia Stoltey has a rather nice lineup of books in her giveaway stack as well!  Amond them,  a couple more Sandi Ault books, a couple Beth Groundwaters (know her from the blogworld?), and some big names like Jeffery Deaver and James Rollins.  All but the Rollins book are signed!  Rules and a complete list of books are located here.  And don't forget Patricia is an author herself, so look for her books on her site and in your local bookstore.

I know what you're thinking...will Michele ever host a book giveaway?  Aahhh, no.  I am not a reviewer.  Therefore, I do not receive many books for free.  However, I do like to give books and bookstore gift cards as prizes.  So stay tuned and stay with me on this journey to publication!

3 comments:

  1. Finding out about book giveaways is always nice. To me it also introduces me to new links, new authors and wonderful new books even if I don't enter the contest. By the way, Patricia's lineup of books is wonderful and the fact that they're signed by the author is an added bonus.

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  2. Michele - just wanted to say I love your new layout! It's fantastic!

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  3. Thanks for the kind mention, Michele.

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