First, the Giveaways. I'll start with mine :)
Win Four autographed Emily Giffin books. Ends May 31st. Open WORLDWIDE!
The Jane Porter 2-book Set giveaway. Ends June 1st.
*NEW* Read a review and enter to win 2 copies of 'A Fatal Waltz by Tasha Alexander'. Ends June 15.
And @ my other blog, A Bookworm's Diary, you can enter to win a gift certificate!
Variety of Words is giving away LoveHampton by Sherri Rifkin. Ends June 2.
At Quiver Full Family, one blessed blog reader (Canada or U.S.) will win one copy of Bringing Home the Prodigals by Rob Parsons. Contest entries will be open from May 26th - June 02nd at midnight M.S.T.
Devourer of Books will give away books in celebration of 100th post.
The email our Military blog is giving away Final Salute by Jim Sheeler to commemorate Memorial Day. Ends May 30.
Author Lynda Hilburn is giving away 10 copies of an unedited electronic ARC (pdf) of DARK HARVEST, the second book in the Kismet Knight, Ph.D., Vampire Psychologist series.
Katrina is once again giving away a free book.
Book Shipper is giving away The Flirt by Kathleen Tessaro.
Lori's Reading Corner is giving away 5 books as part of Pay-it-Forward.
Enter to win a Scrumptious Baking Basket from Author Rachel Hauck. The basket contains a Super Cool Apron, a Low country cook book signed by PAT CONROY, rolling pin, and a pie plate! All you have to do to enter is sign up for Rachel's newsletter here: http://rachelhauck.com/newsletter.htm
Lighthouse Academy is giving away Sherry Sand's debut novel Leave It to Chance.
News of the extremely critical memoir from former Bush spokesman Scott McClellan dominates the headlines this morning.
Web retailer Amazon.com Inc. has nipped $40 from the price of its Kindle e-book reader. The Kindle's new $359 list price is still higher than Sony Corp.'s competing Reader, which retails for $299.
Goodnight Bush, an "unauthorized parody" of the classic children's book, should be a favorite gift for Democrats across the country this year.
New Bond book 'Devil May Care' launches with a thrill
Sending a military speedboat up the Thames with choppers roaing overhead, the Ministry of Defence was clearly taking no chances when it came to safely delivering a special courier – a catsuit-wearing beauty clutching a book-laden suitcase! While it could have easily have been a scene from the latest 007 flick Quantum Of Solace, the spectacular wasn't staged by the Bond film crew. Instead, the river action marked the launch of Devil May Care, the new novel in the spy series written by acclaimed author Sebastian Faulks.
Paul Torday wrote from experience in his international bestseller "Salmon Fishing in the Yemen" but balked at spending 3,000 pounds ($5,929) on a bottle of Chateau Petrus to research his latest novel. The book begins with Wilberforce stumbling into a restaurant and ordering a bottle of Chateau Petrus 1982. Torday said he enjoyed wine but could not afford such an expensive bottle, even if it was for vital research.
Harlequin's Paranormal Romance Blog (http://www.paranormalromanceblog.com/) is a new blog dedicated to paranormal romance novels, one of the fastest growing romance fiction categories in the world.
Lifetime Movie Channel has decided to make four more Nora Roberts books into movies for 2009. Under consideration are Tribute, High Noon, Northern Lights, True Betrayals, Midnight Bayou and Carnal Innocence. Read the press release.
Treat me to a Starbucks, so I can stay up late blogging my heart out!
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