Saturday, January 4, 2014
Clear Your Shelf Giveaway Hop — Celebrating 50,000 Hits!
I've now had many more views than that, but I still thought I would take this opportunity to celebrate by giving you, my readers, FREE BOOKS.
The books up for grabs:
Egyptomania by Bob Brier. A fun study of the fascination with ancient Egypt in the Western world and a great resource for understanding what the museums are talking about. This is a publisher's Advance Reader's Edition paperback with just a few signs of wear. Full review to come later.
Dragon's Child by M. K. Hume. The first book in a new King Arthur series that's sure to enthrall all round table enthusiasts. Another publisher's Advance Reader's Edition, but with almost no signs of wear.
The Abencerraje. The softcover edition of this enchanting short story from medieval Spain includes the original Spanish with modernized spelling and the popular new English translation. A Top 20 Amazon bestseller and 2013's #2 bestseller at Açedrex Publishing, which has also been adopted as a college textbook.
Tree/House by Jessica Knauss (yours truly). The softcover edition with the gorgeous new cover of my jaw-dropping, head-scratching coming-of-age novella. Highly rated on Amazon, Tree/House gives any reader a lot to ponder.
The Fleet Angels of Lakehurst by Barbara Marriott. Loose Leaves Publishing's first book is a humorous and factual tribute to the Navy helicopter pilots from Lakehurst who saved so many lives. Seven ***** reviews on Amazon and Silver Medalist in the Stars and Flags Military Book Award!
Three fiction, two non-fiction! Prize winners and bestsellers! Have you chosen your favorite yet?
To win, just comment below. Please tell me which book you'd like and include your email (written out to avoid spam if you desire) so I can contact you for a mailing address if you're a winner. Winners will be drawn on January 11th and notified the same day. Increase the number of times your name is in the "hat" by following this blog via GFC or email, liking my and/or Açedrex Publishing's Facebook page or following me on Twitter or Pinterest. Drawing is open to US residents. (Sorry, I wish postage wasn't so expensive!)
There are a lot of other books that need new homes! Check out all the other blogs on this linky list to enter their drawings — you could get quite a library going!
Thanks for 50,000 magical internet moments! Many more to come!