Monday, March 01, 2010

And the Winner Is....

....growfamilygrow! Congratulations, and you win your choice of books that I've recently really liked: Chalice, by Robin McKinley, Fool, by Christopher Moore, or The Family Man, by Elinor Lipman. So we're talking rich, classic-style fantasy, or clever, hilarious, bawdy sendup of King Lear, or modern, intelligent, heartwarming chick lit?

I'm totally buying one of these for myself, too. I think I'll pick one of the ones that you don't. So let us know which you'll pick! I can gift it to you through Audible, if you'd prefer, or send it through Amazon. Please let us know which book you want in the comments; you can contact me via email (or PM) for your address.

And to everyone else--I have to say, I'm actually feeling really bad that not everyone can win a book. I'm totally doing one of these again, the next time there are a few options I'm finding myself dwelling on.

In the meantime, thanks for entering. You should totally get all these books at the library; that way everyone's a winner. What? Too treacly?

And a shoutout to Saralinda, who gave us up for Lent. Another time, one and all. Thanks again!


Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! Wahooooooooooooooo! I never win anything. Well, not quite. I once won tickets to see Romeo and Juliet at the Everyman Theater in Liverpool on a local radio station. I had to name Juliet's nurse's dead daughter. Given that I think I'll go for Fool - keep with the Shakespeare leanings.

Thank you! Will contact you about the actual details.

Carrietracy said...

How about we make a deal, I'll send you a book. I owe you one anyway from the book chain thing ages ago (I lost your address I am ashamed to say). This way, I'll get something out of my house for Lent, and you get a thank you for letting me read about reading! - Saralinda

LibraryHungry said...

Carrietracy, that would be the coolest! Of course, only because it would help you with your purging situation. I'm just trying to be supportive.

Yay, books! How generous. Thank you!