And, it took me a while to figure out how I wanted to handle this book giveaway I started last week . . . or whenever it was.
Okay, to recap:
This will let you know what’s going on. If you’re interested in any of these books, just leave your comment on either post, or both, telling me which book you’d love to win, and why. If you happen to have trouble leaving a comment for whatever reason, feel free to Email me with your choice/s.
You have until noon, Saturday, March 2, 2013, Central Standard Time.
Now, below is a list of those who have already let me know what book they want, listed by title only, not the requestor.
“Shadowed in Silk” by Christine Lindsay. Historical. White Ros e Publishing. 2011. Trade paperback. 3 Requests
“A Heart Revealed” by Julie Lessman. Historical. Revell. 2011. Trade paperback.
“Gone to Ground” by Brandilyn Collins. Suspense. B&H. 2012. Trade Paperback 1 Request
“The Road to Mercy” by Kathy Harris. Women’s fiction. Abingdon Press. 2012. Trade paperback
“Bathsheba” by Jill Eileen Smith. Historical (Biblical) Revell. 2011 Trade paperback 1 Request
“Mine is the Night” by Liz Curtis Higgs. Historical. Waterbrook Press. 2011. Trade paperback (two copies) 2 Requests (this link goes to Barnes & Noble)
“Fade to Blue” by Juie Carobini. Romance. B&H 2011. Trade paperback.
So, here’s what I’m going to do. From now through Saturday, you may select your choice of any of the titles, even if they’ve already been requested. (In that case, I’ll do a random drawing.) On Saturday, noon, I’ll close the giveaway. Those single requested books will be yours automatically, and I’ll be contacting you for mailing information. (Note: there are 2 copies of “Mine is the Night,” so, unless there are additional requests, the two of you will each receive a copy.)
Now, does all this make sense? I have embedded an Amazon.com link to each title so you can see an overview of what the book is all about. I’m thinking it will help you make your decision a little easier.
Thanks for joining me in this giveaway. I’m running out of bookshelves! Who knows, I may do this again with some older titles. Yes?