Saturday, October 04, 2008

A Gazillion Giveaways

I know I'm not the only one who feels guilty about clearing my blog feeder without actually reading all the new posts it announces. Actually, I don't know how to clear mine with 1 click, so I just spent an hour going through them. I admit I skimmed most, but my feeder is now clear. Yay! One thing I noticed in my perusing is that there are TONS of giveaways going on right now. I'm going to list the ones I've seen. If I missed yours, leave me a comment. There are so many chances to win, you better get on your horse and enter:

- Of course, you should enter my drawings for Blindness by Jose Saramago and FarWorld by J. Scott Savage. All the info is here.

- You can also enter to win Blindness over at Bookroomreview's blog. Check it out here.

- Booking Mama is holding a drawing for Hannah's Dream by Diane Hammond. Enter here.

- Since it's BAFAB week, Chris is offering a book from a selection of 12, including The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaimain! Check it out here.

- April is giving away a signed ARC of The Diamond of Darkhold by Jeanne DuPrau.

- Dewey is offering a free book (winner's choice), plus several more drawings of politically-themed books. Dewey also wants to spread the word about the upcoming 24-Hour Read-A-Thon. Get all the details here.

- 5MinutesforBooks is also giving away the politically-themed books here.

- 200 Books is holding a drawing for The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists by Gideon DeFoe. Get all the info here.

- Nymeth has A Fine and Private Place by Peter Beagle up for grabs.

Phew!

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A couple more things:
- If you're a Kate Jacobs fan (and I am), you'll be excited to know that a sequel to The Friday Night Knitting Club will be out on November 25. If you're interested in reading the first chapter, let me know and I'll hook you up!
- Kim L. gave me an I Heart Your Blog award. Thanks so much!
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Have a great weekend, everybody. I'll be watching the LDS General Conference, going to my kids' school Harvest Festival and reading a spooky little book called Into the Woods by Lyn Gardner. I should have a review up on Monday. Catch y'all later!

2 comments:

  1. You are not the only one, Susan. I haven't had much of an opportunity to keep up with everyone the last couple of weeks and I've been feeling guilty about not being able to visit everyone. I've been skimming a lot lately too.

    I hope you have a great weekend!

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  2. I feel guilty too, but it just can't be helped sometimes. If only days had 48 hours instead...

    Thanks for linking to my giveaway!

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