Monday, September 2, 2013

Giveaway!

I posted this on my other blog but since I haven't had any response there, I'll post it here as well.  You only need to comment on one post to enter the contest.  Either post will get you a chance to win.

I've never done one of these but I got an extra copy of a book that I ordered and rather than send it back, I thought I would offer it up to someone out there who likes fantasy books.  It's not a new book...several years old, in fact, but it's one of my favorites.  I read it to Zach when he was little...many times.  I had loaned my original out but never got it back so when I ordered a new copy, got the extra one, too.

The book is Tailchaser's Song by Tad Williams and it's fantastic.  More like animal mythology/fantasy but reminds me a lot of Watership Down in many ways.


So if anyone wants to enter the contest, just comment on this post and on September 22nd (my birthday!) I'll randomly draw a name and send it off to the lucky winner.

I hope whoever wins it likes it as much as I do. 

4 comments:

Susie B said...

Hi Kathy,

I'd love to win your book.

Susie B

Kathy said...

Hi, Susie! For some reason you're not showing up on my facebook friends list but it doesn't show a way to "friend" you so I don't know what happened. Again.

Kymberly Pray said...

Aloha Kathy.
I happened upon your blog and see that you are giving away a copy of a book I have always meant to read, but for some reason have yet to.
As you mentioned, I heard the story was in the same vein as Watership Down. Yeah! I do enjoy anthropomorphic tales (cat tails and bunny tails).
As a fellow reader I would be remiss if I did not mention another fabulous book about animals, one you've surely read, but just in case you haven't ... Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH is fantastic.
In any case, Happy early Birthday!
Kymberly

Kathy said...

Thanks for posting and entering the contest. I've also got Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMN as well. I hadn't remembered I had it but now that I do, I'll have to read it again.

Good to "meet" you.