Friday, May 31, 2013

Winner & Hat Box Giveaway #2

The winner of Her Ladyship's Hat Box Gail Carriger series giveaway is:

Sarah Wilder, who suggested Sterling by Dannika Dark.

Sarah, when you have a chance please send your ship-to information to LynnViehl@aol.com so I can send your package out. My thanks to everyone for joining in.

Now it's time for the second giveaway of the week:



This prize package begins with an uncorrected galley of Her Ladyship's Curse, which I will inscribe as the very first print copy of the book that I have signed (as the winner will be my very first online visitor to read it, and collectors like that sort of thing.) If you would like it to be yours, in comments to this post tell me the title and author of the last novel you read by midnight EST tonight, May 31st, 2013. I'll choose one name at random from everyone who participates and send the winner the signed galley.

There's also a little bonus to go with this giveaway: when I receive the galley for His Lordship Possessed, which should be in a few weeks, I will also bind, inscribe and send a copy of it to the winner of this giveaway as well -- so you'll have not just one but both parts of the story. This giveaway is open to everyone on the planet, so please join in.

29 comments:

  1. Kim harrison dead witch walking

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  2. I just finished Airtight Case by Beverly Connor and would love a chance to read your new novel.

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  3. I just finished Flygirl by Sherri Smith. The sixth graders were reading it at my internship site and while glancing through it, I got hooked. Very nicely done historical novel.

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  4. The title and author of the last novel I read was the Christopher Pike Thirst Series. Thirst No 5: The Sacred Veil.

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  5. I just finished Entice by Carrie Jones.

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  6. When a Man Loves a Weapon by Toni McGee Causey - the third in the intense, over-the-top Bobbie Faye series

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  7. I just finished Leopard's Prey by Christine Feehan. Started The Treasure Keeper by Shana Abe afterwards, but just can't get into it. I hope someone can tell me if it gets better because I'm not sure whether to finish it or not. I can't wait to read your book.

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  8. The last novel I finished was Bronze Gods by A.A. Aguirre. It was awesome!

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  9. The last novel I read was The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey, but the last book I read was a travelogue by Savannah Grace called Sihpromatum. Both were excellent.

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  10. The last novel I finished reading was The Art of Wishing by Lindsay Ribar. I'm currently reading Lover At Last by J.R. Ward.

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  11. Sleepless At Midnight by Jacquie D'Alessandro.

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  12. Wishing You Were Here, by Ms. Brown (whose first name escapes me, since I gave it away this morning) and Sneaky Pie Brown.

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  13. The last novel I read was the Delusions in Death b JD Robb.

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  14. The last book I read was "The Dark Side of the Street", by Jack Higgins. It wasn't a bad book, but it felt too similar to other books by the same author.

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  15. They Did It With Love by Kate Morgenroth.

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  16. Written in Red Anne Bishop

    Cris O

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  17. Etched in Bone by Adrian Phoenix, 4th book of the Maker's Song series. This is another of your fantastic giveaways!

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  18. I just finished Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs. It was an interesting premise, but fell short in my opinion. The pictures were the best part!

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  19. the Vincent Brothers by Abbi Glines

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  20. Soul for Vengeance Book 3 of the Soulbearer Trilogy by Crista McHugh

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  21. Stardust of Yesterday by Lynn Kurland. Later tonight it'll be Crystal Cove by Lisa Kleypas.

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  22. The Catalogue of the Universe by Margaret Mahy.

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  23. The Time in Between by Maria Duenas.

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  24. The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin.

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  25. The Lonely Girls Club by Suzanne Forster.

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  26. I just finished reading Wool by Hugh Howey. It was good, but very different from other things I have read.

    Stephanie L

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  27. The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs.

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  28. Alexanders legacy by NJ Walters
    scrtsbpal at yahoo dot com

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