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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Book Giveaway

 Too Much of a Good Thing is Never a Bad Thing.

Photo by Julia Freeman-Woolpert
I live in an apartment with a lot of books. The bookcase that came from my grfandfather's law office is in the living room, along with another bookcase I bought from an ex-roommate.  Both are crammed full and double-shelved. My office has four bookcases, two are birdseye maple, and come from a client who gave them me when he moved (the wood is beautiful), one from Ikea and one salvaged from the trash room when a neighbor moved out.  (Yes, I am not too proud to take advantage of freebies.  Alas, not everyone in my household shares  my gypsy gene.)
The point (and I do have a point in here somewhere) is that I have a lot of books. And more coming in every day. so I've decided to give a bunch of my books away.  I took bags full over to my library yesterday but I've put together some packages of books I'd  like to give away.  Yes, two different batches of books free for the asking.  And all I ask is that you follow the blog.  If you're already a follower, all I ask is that you comment. Because really, I want these books to have a good home.  (A lot of them are brand new because people sent them to me after I'd read them in galleys or ARCS.)  Just let me know which package suits you (you can pick both if you like) and next Saturday (October 22), I'll pick winners at random. 

Package #1 contains:
City of Ruiins by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Ghost's War
The Falling Machine by Andrew P. Mayer (society of Steam #1)
The Book of Hours by T. Davis bunn
Godmother by Carolyn Turgeon
Kissing the Virgin's Mouth by Dona M. Gershten
The Lover's Knot by Clare O'Donohue
Aphrodite by Isabel Allende
Mirror Maze by Michael Jordan

Package #2 contains:

The Butterfly Farm by Diane Noble
Fragment by Warren Fahey
Never Count Out the Dead by Boston Teran
The Doomsday Key by James Rollnis
Midnight in Sicily by Peter Robb
All She Was Worth by Miyuki Miyabe
Guilt by Association by Marcia Clark
Three Seconds by roslund & Hellstrom

There will be more packages down the road. So if nothing here strikes your fancy, maybe something else will. (Hint, lots more fantasy in the pile.)

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