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Friday, April 04, 2008

Give-Away (sticky post)


...is The Shape-Changer's Wife by Sharon Shinn. It will fit in perfectly with the Once Upon a Time Challenge and is an excellent short novel with fairy tale/ folk tale elements. It is easy to see why it won the Locus Best First Fantasy Novel of the Year in 1995. If you are interested in receiving this copy, leave a comment on this post. The drawing will be next Friday (or Saturday). :)

Nymeth is giving away books to celebrate her first year in blogging! Go see.

And the Hugo Nominations are out. The only thing nominated that I've read is The Yiddish Policeman's Union by Michael Chabon...very strange, but I liked it. However, The Last Colony by John Scalzi is there (Scalzi is one of Carl's favorite authors); I really must get around to reading his series.

37 comments:

raych said...

Oooooo! I like giveaways!

Marg said...

Sharon Shinn is one of those authors that I have been meaning to read for ages but have never quite managed to fit in the reading schedule.

Megan said...

Thanks as always for having a great giveaway. I want to read every book that people are doing for this challenge, they are all so interesting!

Bunny B said...

Ooohh...Cool book!

Booklogged said...

You read this one for last year's challenge, didn't you? I would love to read it, so PLEASE put my name in the drawing. My fingers are crossed.

Nicola said...

Oooh, this is one I've been meaning to read too!

jenclair said...

Several names in already! Cheya, I ordered it for last year's challenge, but I couldn't hold out and read it before the challenge began. It was one of those books that got better as it went on, the more you learned, the more you realized Aubrey was learning and growing.

Paula said...

I would love to be entered in your drawing, please. Just the cover of this book intrigues me, without even stepping into the story yet!

Nymeth said...

Put my name in the hat for The Shape Changer's Wife, please. And thanks for spreading the word about my giveaway!

I haven't read any of the Hugo nominees, but then again, I very rarely read books the year they are published.

Eva said...

Didn't you review this one last year? I remember reading a very convincing review, and I thought it was yours. :)

jenclair said...

Nymeth - You are welcome. I'm hoping I prove lucky in your drawing :)

Eva - Yes, I reviewed The Shape-Changer's Wife last year!

3m said...

I'd like to be considered!

Lisa said...

Count me in! Thanks!!

LK said...

Tee-hee, I read this book before it was published! (Sharon was a coworker and friend of mine...) She's a great writer.

Literary Feline said...

I would like to be entered to, Jenclair. Thanks!

ikkinlala said...

I'd love to enter - this sounds like a really neat book.

gautami tripathy said...

Enter me too! Sounds good to me. I have blogged about it here!

jenclair said...

Quite a few entries for this week's give-away!

LK - I can't believe Sharon Shinn is actually a friend of yours - bet you have some signed copies!

gautami - Thanks for the heads up on your blog!

Rhinoa said...

Add me too please! Thanks :)

Tasses said...

Please enter me in the contest :-) Thanks

dolls123 said...

Would love to read this book.

dolls123[at]gmail[dot]com

Simran said...

This one's really good!!
Although I'd highly recommend the Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis as a great read. The author's imagination and creativity never cease to amaze me. Although most might think that they are for children.,I think most adults would also enjoy reading them. In fact, Disney is coming up with the latest Narnia movie-Prince Caspian, this May 16th. It promises to be awesome by the looks of the trailor. I think its very well-timed also, especially for the kids who'd be on summer break. So dont miss it!

Park Avenue Princess said...

Hi there! I'm new to book blogging and I just found you when I was linking back to my contest! I would love to be entered in your contest! I hope you'll come by and check out mine as well! You coul win any book you'd like! Thank you for having such a beautiful blog! I'll definitely be stopping by often! So, my first HELLO, but not my last : )

Your new friend,
Amy

Park Avenue Princess said...

Oops! I forgot to let you know that I linked you to my contest page as well! Thank you SO much!

Amy

Stephanie said...

I have seen so many good reviews come from the Once Upon a Time challenge so far!! Damn. It's going to be a killer on my wallet!!

I would love to be entered into your contest too!!

joanna said...

The book sounds great! I just discovered and joined the Once Upon a Time challenge and the Hugo awards too - so exciting!

I'd love to enter the contest too, if overseas is ok, I'm in Belgium!

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Rosario said...

Ohhh, I love Shinn! She's one of my favourite authors, but I've been pacing myself with her books, not wanting to read them all too quickly. Have you read her Samaria series? The first one, Archangel, is one of the best books I've ever read.

If overseas is indeed ok (I'm in the UK), please do enter me in the drawing.

ihchicky said...

This book looks really good. Please enter me. Thank you.

Robin said...

I've never read any Sharon Shinn, so I'd love to enter the drawing! Thanks for putting my name in the hat!

windycindy said...

This is such fun! Your fantasy book sounds wonderful. Please include me in your drawing. I appreciate it! Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

pootieposh said...

I'm not familiar with Sharon Shinn, but I would like to be. Great contest!

Deb H said...

I love Sci & Fantasy,& anything smacking of a Fairy Tale. There's enough reality in every day life!

tetewa said...

This would be a new author for me, count me in! tWarner419@aol.com

Ivan Girl said...

i am checking out Once Upon a Time Challenge and thinking if this is the book reading challenge I would love to participate in. :)

please enter me in your giveaway. ;)

ivan[dot]manalansan[at]gmail[dot]com

Jessica said...

I would love to win this book! Thank you for hosting a giveaway!

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