Saturday, February 9, 2008

Weekend Book Giveaways and Contests

Here are Book Giveaways galore for this weekend. Have fun entering and Good luck! And if you're a lucky winner, do come back and tell me all about it. I'll make a post of it here.

Also, if you enjoy this blog, then please PLEASE leave a comment even it's just to say 'Hi' (or use the chat box on the sidebar). Make that my Valentine's day gift, if you will (or send me an Amazon GC, whichever works ;-)

As always, feel free to use the Contact Form Or Email me at abookblogger at gmail dot com with your contest / giveaway details.

I'll be back on Monday with more giveaways and contests. So, see you then!

Now, without futher ado ...



@ Dooley's blog - Leave a comment to win Finding Marie by Susan Page Davis.
"Readers will find Finding Marie to be an engrossing novel of faith, honor, and courage set against a background of deceit and betrayal."

@ Dooley's blog - Leave a comment to win Bayou Corruption by Robin Caroll
"Robin Carroll's Bayou Corruption (4) is a quick story with a riveting conclusion. —Robin Taylor, Romantic Times Magazine"

@ The Maxson Family - Leave a comment before noon Feb 12th to win Passionate Housewives Desperate for God.
"Delightfully fresh and honest, Passionate Housewives Desperate for God debunks the modern 'desperate housewife' myth and provides fresh vision for the homemaker."

@ Mommy Doodles - Leave a "positive" comment before midnight Feb 14th, to win Children of the U.S.A.
"
Discover the everyday lives and incredible diversity of kids in 51 cities across the USA".

@ The Homemakers Journal - To celebrate 100 posts, they're giving away a bounty of stuff including the book Treasury of Vintage Homekeeping Skills and Passionate Housewives Desperate for God. Leave a comment answering the question asked, before Feb 9th, midnight EST.

@ The Writtern Word - Leave a comment by midnight EST time February 13th, to be entered to win The Friday Night Knitting Club.
"
...well written book about so much more than a knitting club. This novel is mostly a book about relationships - marriages, friendships, first loves and broken hearts. "

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2 comments :

  1. Just wanted to say hi and thanks for entering my book giveaway. Have a great weekend. And I have to agree with you about Pride and Prejudice!

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  2. Hi yourself, Jill and Thanks for having the giveaway and for leaving a comment here! P&P is the absolute best, I'm watching it on PBS even as I type this. Hope you're too!

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