12.11.2011

Monday Mailbox #29: a book, a giveaway, and a store

A Book

This month's Monday Mailbox is hosted by Let Them Read Books

Received one book this week, but I'm anticipating the arrival of at least 4 more in the next two weeks - and then Christmas is here, and you know what that means! (more books! yay!)

The Deification, by Jack Remick

Just out from Coffeetown Press on December 1st, I received this book as a part of LibraryThing's Early Reviewers program. Since I only got it on Tuesday or Wednesday, I'll be reviewing it in January. 


A Giveaway

For the very first time I'll be hosting a giveaway this month!


On December 27th, Penguin Books will be publishing the debut fantasy hit 
A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES by Deborah Harkness in paperback for the first time. It debuted at # 2 on the New York Times bestseller list and has now been published in 34 countries. Warner Brothers has since acquired screen rights to A Discovey of Witches and its sequels. The second installment in the All Souls Trilogy, Shadow of Night, is due out in summer 2012.

The Literary Gothamite and Penguin Books are giving away a new paperback copy of A Discovery of Witches. Fill in the contest form to be entered. The contest is open to US residents until 11:59PM on December 18th. You can only enter one time, but you can get an extra entry by linking the giveaway on Twitter (just make sure you mention @lalalalaurs)!


A Store

You may have noticed a new tab up on the left there that says Store (New!)
This is a feature offered by Amazon Affiliates that lets me make a little mini-store of all the books I've reviewed on TheLiteraryGothamite.com so that you can find them all easily (and so that I can find them all easily...let's face it, I'm not the most organized person in the world), and then order them via Amazon. Feel free to browse through that - no pressure. Much as I enjoy the 20 cents I might get from you actually buying one of those things through that page, it's more an organizational tool that anything else. 

Happy Reading!

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