Win The Stormchasers

On April 13, 2011, we posted a review of The Stormchasers: A Novel by Jenna Blum and concluded that it is Highly recommended.   It is also a 4.5 star-rated book at Amazon, and this rating has been earned after the submission of 55 customer ratings!   So we’re pleased to announce that, thanks to Kathleen, we can offer our readers three (3) copies of the trade paperback version of The Stormchasers, the version that is being released tomorrow.   Each book has a value of $15.00.

As always, we want to keep the rules simple for this book giveaway.   In order to enter this contest, just post a comment below – with your name and e-mail address – telling us why you’d like to win a copy of this particular book.   (In other words, what is it about the story that you find to be intriguing?)   If you prefer, you can send an e-mail message with your name and e-mail address to .   This is open book, so feel free to refer to our earlier review or any reviews or information about the novel that you may find online.

As you may remember, the protagonist in The Stormchasers is a young woman whose strongest relationship in life is with her twin brother.   For a second entry, tell us who has been the most important person in your life and why?   Post your response below or in an e-mail message to us.

In order to be eligible to win a copy of The Stormchasers, you must live in the continental United States and be able to supply a residential (street) mailing address if and when you are contacted.   Books will not be shipped to P. O. boxes or to business-related addresses.   The three winners will be picked at random and you have until 12:00 Midnight PST on Friday, May 27, 2011 to submit your entry or entries.

So much for the complex contest rules.   Good luck and good reading!



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4 responses to “Win The Stormchasers

  1. Amy

    This sounds like a fascinating book, and a heck of a lot better than TWISTER (dumb movie)! I love books that have fascinating subject matter and strong female protagonists!

    The most important person is my life is my best friend, Sarah, who is a friend closer than a sister. We have been friends for almost 11 years now and stuck by each other through good times, graduations, hospital stays, sickness… If I lost Sarah, I don’t know what I’d do.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

    Amy // amyismyfriend at aol dot com

  2. ellie

    This wonderful giveaway interests me greatly. The relationship between the twins and the stormchasing which influences the brother sounds compelling and unique. The characters and their interaction as well as the portrayal sounds memorable. thanks. The most important person who was in my life and influenced me the most was my mother.

  3. Tiffany D.

    This book looks amazing. It interests me for several reasons. First, my mother has suffered from depression for my entire life and it was a struggle growing up. Sometimes she would skip her meds and you never knew what would happen. My favorite kind of books are ones that deal with mental illness, especially within a family setting. Second, the bonds between twins fascinates me. My dad is a twin, and I’ve always wondered what it was like for him and my uncle to have each other and be so close. And last, I live in New Hampshire, and the only interesting weather we get here are snow storms. I like reading about other types of climate and natural disasters. As you can see, this book was made for me lol. Thank you for the giveaway and the chance at reading it!


  4. Tiffany D.

    The most important person in my life (besides my kids) is my husband. He is by far the funniest person I have ever met, and even though life likes to throw multiple hurdles at once, he always has a way of making it positive and making me laugh through it all.


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