A Book a Day Giveaway Day 4

I posted about my book problem. I’m hoping that you can all help me weed out some of these older, used titles.   Take a look at the books I’m offering today.  Leave a comment with the book you’d like to receive if you win and on June 2nd I’ll draw a winner (maybe even two).  I’ll mail the winner(s) the book they chose in June. Open internationally.  Please visit the blog every day to see what new selections there are and enter each one of the 9 days 🙂

The hardcovers are a good mix- James Herriot, Woody Allen, JD Salinger and a book fo short stories by Mary Grimm

And Cynthia Voigt continues the story of Dicey’s brothers in Sons From Afar (book is older but unread)

11 thoughts on “A Book a Day Giveaway Day 4

  1. Kathy says:

    I would love Franny and Zooey by JD Salinger. It’s on my son’s high school summer reading list. He also has to read A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving and The Grapes of Wrath by Steinbeck.


  2. Jenna says:

    I’ve been meaning to read something by Salinger for a while, so my book choice is Franny and Zooey by JD Salinger.

    Thanks for the contest!


  3. Susan says:

    Oh my! I read Midwife when it first came out! I’ve read all of James Herriot’s books. Remember the BBC series? I also remember when Janet Dailey left Harlequin Romances and went out on her own. Smart move! I’ll go with LaVyrle again!

  4. Fliss H, UK says:

    OMG!!! I’ve been looking for an original copy of ‘Sons From Afar’ for years! I live in the UK, and it’s soooo hard to find old copies of Cynthia Voigt’s novels-they were my childhood friends…all of them! Do you still have it?!? Thanks

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