A Great Book Giveaway

This site picked Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger as the best book released in the year 2009.   Now, thanks to Regal Literary, we are happy to celebrate the release of this novel in trade paperback form by giving away a free copy!

How much, exactly, did we love Her Fearful Symmetry?   Well, we published not one or two but three separate reviews of the dramatic ghost story (September 23, 2009; September 28, 2009; November 7, 2009).   Here is a link to the first of the three reviews (“What Comes After”) that we posted:

http://josephsreviews.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/what-comes-after/

So, how can you win your own copy?   It’s simple, just post a comment here or send an e-mail with your name and an e-mail address to: Josephsreviews@gmail.com .   This will count as a first entry.   For a second entry, tell me why stories about ghosts and/or twins are so very interesting (at least I find them so).   There are no right or wrong answers, just tell me what you think.   You have until midnight PST on Friday, September 10, 2010 to submit your entry(s).

The winner, as drawn by Munchy the cat, will be notified via e-mail and will have 72 hours to provide a residential mailing address in the United States.   The winner’s copy of Her Fearful Symmetry will be shipped directly to her/him by Regal Literary.   The book will not be sent to a business address or a P.O. box.  This is it for the simple rules.

Good luck and good reading!

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16 responses to “A Great Book Giveaway

  1. Amy

    This sounds like a great book. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Amy S.
    artsyrockerchick at aim dot com

  2. Donna

    I would love to read this book—please include me in your giveaway!

  3. Sheila

    Sounds like a good read; please enter me to win!

  4. emily l

    This sounds amazing, I would love to be entered! :)

    misusedinnocence@aol.com

  5. ellie

    Thanks for featuring this unique novel. It would be unforgettable.

  6. ellie

    A novel about twins gives me a new perspective on the story.

  7. Kelly K.

    Sounds awesome! Would love to read it!

  8. Carol Wong

    I don’t why people are interested in ghost stories but for myself I am interested stories about twins because my cousins kids are fraternal twins and I grew up knowing some identical twins. They all seem to have a separate language to talk to each other when they are young.
    I would love to win this book.

  9. Margie

    Thanks for the giveaway. This book looks intriguing to me.

  10. Margie

    I don’t normally read ghost stories…but I think I’d like to give it a try! Twin stories intrigue me…to see how they interact when together and even when apart.

  11. I’ve been very interested in this book!

    jlelliott08 [at] gmail [dot] com

  12. Ruthie Bloszinsky

    Munchy please pick me!
    Thanks for this giveaway!

    ruthiekb72@yahoo.com

  13. Ruthie Bloszinsky

    A few of my family members have had experiences with ghosts. I have not, but I believe that there are spirits or whatever you choose to call them out there waiting to communicate in someway.

    ruthiekb72@yahoo.com

  14. Sunnymay

    Please put my name on the list for this book that’s moving deep conviction from a point in your chest outward. It seems like a heavy one with death hovering nearby.

  15. Sunnymay

    My mom’s a twin and I have twins so there’s a connection there which crosses all barriors. Ghosts intrigue me with their tricks, pranks and ability to strike fear or delight in person. I believe in spirits rather than ghosts.

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