FREE FICTION FOR READEATLIVE/BLOG READERS

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Time for the January Book Give-Away. Five works of fiction will be mailed to five winners, one book to each winner.

You can be the lucky person to receive a slightly used book of fiction in your mailbox. Entering this contest is easy.

Please comment on this blog. Click on Replies or Comments at the top of the page. You must comment at the blog site to have your name in the drawing for a free book. Name a book you are glad you read about in this blog, a favorite recipe or make any comment you might like to write.

You can be one of five lucky winners. Entries will close on Friday, January 22 at midnight. Winners will likely be announced on Saturday, January 23. Books to be mailed sometime next week.

Okay, have a go at this chance.

Happy Reading!!!!

11 thoughts on “FREE FICTION FOR READEATLIVE/BLOG READERS

  1. Stephanie Wicker

    I enjoy everything about your Blog! The book reviews, the restaurant reviews, and recipes. The pictures you always include are a delight! I’m glad to see from your comments that you are enjoying Go Set a Watchman. I read it when it first came out and enjoyed it and thought I was one of the few.

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  2. Nancy

    I loved your trip to Savannah. I’ve wanted to go for years and haven’t gotten there yet. But I traveled with you vicariously to the restaurants and beautiful sights and felt like I was almost there.

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  3. Susan Carter

    I’m now reading “The Cleaner of Chartres” which I read about here and am not sure I would have paid attention if I saw it elsewhere – as it’s not my usual genre. So far I’m enjoying it and only wish I could find more time to sit and read.

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  4. Judith Vitali

    simply enjoying your blog … it is like opening a gift every day … perhaps will discover a new book or a new recipe

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  5. Liz Hurbis

    I’m enjoying “Circling the Sun” by Paula McLain, the same author that wrote “Paris Wife” which I really enjoyed. They are historic non fiction. The book is about Beryl Markham who flew trans Atlantic in the 30’s. I understand, her autobiography, “West with the Night” is also a gem.

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  6. Jan Kuchar

    I thoroughly enjoyed Harper Lee’s ‘Go Set a Watchman’. Thanks for suggesting it. I just finished ‘Cross Roads’ by Wm. Paul Young. Excellent, much food for thought. AND everyone should read ‘The Invention of Wings’ by Sue Monk Kid. Then you will need something light and silly, so I am reading ‘The Good Luck Girls of Shipwreck Lane’ by Kelly Harms. Books are such fun.

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