17 September 2009

Book Giveaway

UPDATE:  When I set the date for this drawing I forgot about some other commitments that would make it hard for me to get the book to the winner in a timely manner. So, I am closing the drawing immediately and choosing the winner tonight.. However, I have decided to give away two copies instead of only one!


When I purchased this book directly from the publisher I ordered two for some reason. Since I can't remember who I was going to give the extra copy to, I am going to give it away here on MyPorch. And since the book is impossible to find in North America, I am going to limit participation to North America. (Although anyone else with a compelling argument as to why they should have it will be included in the drawing.) Simply leave a comment or send me an email by 30 September 2009.

I wrote about Henrietta's War earlier today. See below.

10 comments:

  1. I would love to throw my name in the draw...this one is on my wishlist:)

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  2. Oh, please enter me.
    I am so glad you commented on my blog concerning Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee. Love your book choices and reviews. Great blog!!!!!

    christinezeg(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. Since I love 1. epistolary fiction and 2. British fiction, I really, really want to enter this draw! Nice of you to offer it up to all us deprived North Americans :)

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  4. Please enter me! I have been hearing about this book just everywhere and I so much want to read it. Darn living in America! bastet57 (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  5. You're kidding! I'd love to be entered for your giveaway. Thank you for telling me about it!

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  6. You won't believe it, but I won a copy in Elaine's draw a while ago!

    http://randomjottings.typepad.com/random_jottings_of_an_ope/

    I haven't read it yet, but I look forward to it. I'll wait to read your review till I finish.

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  7. I'd love to read Henrietta's War!

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  8. Please include me! I'd like to read Henrietta's War and compare it to Guernsey Literary Society. Plus, it will provide me with a varied view of the war. Thanks for giving us the chance to win, Thomas.

    booklogged AT gmail DOT com

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  9. Cause I am related to you. lol

    S

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  10. I woould love to win this book:

    bibliophilebythesea AT gmail DOT com

    thanks

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