Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Winner! And More Chances to WIN!

The Winner of Paty Jager's Spirit of the Mountain is . . . VONNIE DAVIS. Vonnie please email me your snail mail address. If you would prefer a digital copy, let me know that too. (I used a random number generator to pick the winner.)

Want more chances to win free books? The first three months of the year are among my favorite as a reader as all the year-end book lists come down and the awards get handed out. Friday the RITA nods come out, and I'm so excited. However, I see that some of my favorite books published in 2010 aren't getting as much love as I think they deserve.

So, in a bit of shameless self-promotion as I try to grow the blog and my presence as a reviewer, I'm going to give away copies of Five books that I think should have received more accolades in 2010. To enter, simply follow me on here with the google "follow me" button (And follow me on twitter! If you follow me in both places, you will get double the chances to win.) And yes, this is blatant bribery. However, if like me, you love free books, especially ones that are guaranteed great reads, you won't mind a bit. (And if you've already read the book you win, I'll let you substitute a different book on the list!)

When I get 30 blog followers (I have this on twitter already! Yay!) I will give away a copy of Zoe Archer's Warrior, my personal book of the year.



When I get 45 blog followers, I will give away a copy of Tessa Dare's One Dance with the Duke, my favorite Regency from last year.



When I get 60 blog followers, I will give away a copy of Laura Griffin's Unforgivable. Unspeakable has been getting some notice, but I think this one also deserves recognition. Everything she writes is golden, and she deserves a huge following.



When I get 75 blog followers, I will give away a copy of Jennifer Ashley's Lady Isabella's Scandalous Marriage--I have been shocked to not see this on more year-end lists.



When I get 90 blog followers, I will give away a copy of Suzanne Brockmann's Infamous--her stand alone contemporary with light paranormal elements that hit the NYT list, but hasn't made many awards lists, which is darn shame as it's an awesome read.





Spread the word! What were YOUR five favorite books last year?

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