Summertime=Summer Reading=Giveaway

***THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANKS FOR COMMENTING!**
I recently wrote a review of Elin Hilderbrand’s new book, The Castaways. It’s Nantucket setting and interesting cast of characters makes good surf-side reading. It’s actually available for purchase this week, but don’t go to the bookstore yet–enter my giveaway instead!!

What I am giving away:

Little Brown would like to provide three lucky winners with both a copy of The Castaways, and A Summer Affair.



All you have to do is a leave comment here by noon on Saturday, July 11th, telling me a favorite read of yours. Make sure you leave me a way to contact you!

Once you’ve entered once by telling me your favorite read, you can earn extra entries by:

Tweeting this giveaway, and telling me that you did so in a seperate comment.

Blog about this giveaway, and telling me that you did so in a seperate comment.

Facebook this giveaway, and telling me that you did so in a seperate comment.

Good luck and happy summer reading!

8 Replies to “Summertime=Summer Reading=Giveaway”

  1. I had just added these to my booklist for my next trip to the library! Guess I'll hold off in case I win your giveaway.

    Fave reads? Just finished SAIL by James Patterson (and co-authored by someone else). I usually love his books. I liked the story, but was a bit surprised by some of the adult content this time. I wondered if that came from James or the other author. It ruined it a bit for me, but I still liked the main storyline…..

    Now, PICK ME! PICK ME! Mr. Random Contest Winner Picker!

  2. Ooooh, I love a good summer read (or two)! I read at least one book a week, usually two. I am reading The Glass Castle right now. It's a great read so far.

  3. I love trashy romance novels! My favorite author is Lavyrle Spencer. Unfortunately, she no longer writes new books…

  4. I just read The Secret Lives of Bees. It was given to me. I then found out it has been made into a movie. Now I am trying to find the movie to see if it is as good as the book. The usually never are. :)I am going to Tweet about this.

  5. Someone else remembers Lavryle Spencer! Ah, those were fun books. One of my current favorite authors is Maeve Binchy – if you haven't read any start with Evening Class. They are typically slow starters but soon hook you – and she's still writing new stories. For more adventure type stories, John Lescroat has a great San Francisco based series and David Baldacci's Camel Club series are also enjoyable.

  6. I loved both The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns.

    and I have no idea what time it is so hopefully I made it in time…

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