Sunday, February 14, 2021

Winner of the Give-Away


Happy Valentine's Day, everyone!

If chocolates and flowers are not your thing, I hope you're enjoying a day of taking care of yourself in your own special way.  Be that spending the day in your jammies with a good book, or a stack of magazines, a cup of coffee or a glass of wine.  

Being a slug is one of my favorite things and I do it well.  No excuses needed!  

Today I'm spending my slugishness with some ARCs I scored through

First up is Harlan Coben's "Win."  I'm a fan of Harlan Coben, have been since the days of DorothyL (an online discussion list for lovers of the mystery genre) before his first book was published; he was, even in casual posts, quite the wordsmith, funny and engaging.

We have chosen the winner of our "Carousels of Paris" give-away, and the winner is Barbara Slacum.  Her book will be flying her way soon.

Thanks very much to all of you who showed an interest - I wish I could send a copy of the book to each of you.  

This is the perfect time to tell each of you, in case you don't already know, that there is a later version of "Carousels of Paris" available.  It is a bit better quality than the first version with higher qualiity and heavier pages, so if you're planning on buying a copy for yourself or a friend, be sure and look for the edition published by House of Annabelle.  And right now that version is having a cover update to include a sweet blurb from Dorie Greenspan.   

Stay tuned - you never know when the next give-away might happen!  It will be announced here, in my newsletter and at my soon to be updated webpage.  

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