Are you still with us? We’re well past the midway point and if your eyes are still focusing I’ve got a fun challenge. Every year, since I started blogging way back in 2008, I post a look at my TBR pile (all the books I own and haven’t read) and I thought I’d give you all a sneak peek. Feast your eyes on Mt. TBR!
Scary, right? I’ll be writing a post breaking down the numbers in the next few weeks, but wanted to give you all a chance to see it first. There are so many ways to win a prize…
#1– Guess the total number of books in the picture. I don’t care if you are under or over, the closest guess wins. (if there’s a tie, first guesser wins) – $15 at the Book Depository
#2–See a title you’d like you have in your TBR pile? Tell me which one. I’ll draw a random winner at 4 EST and I’ll send it to you.
Now for the Where’s Waldo aspect of the challenge. I chose 8 books, one bag, and a puzzle to give away, but you’ve got to earn it. I’ll show you what I’m offering up and when you find it in the photo, it’s yours. One book per person, please. Get your eyes ready!
The photo quality was not as great as I’d hoped it would be so I’m giving you some help by showing the sides. These books WILL NOT be in the boxes at the bottom. Just tell me if it’s on the top or bottom, what row and how many books down. First one to get it right will win the book and I’ll take it off the list.
#3– Find The Lemon Orchard by Luanne Rice and you will win the cool bag (not the book). #4– Find one of the two Jane Austen books and win the cool 500 piece Austen puzzle.
#5 & #6– I found duplicates of both
Labor Day by Joyce Maynard and She’s Come Undone by Wally Lamb. Find the book and win it, the trick is that these covers may not match what you see in the picture 😉
Just tell me where you find them to win.
#7– Winter’s Child by Margaret Maron, #8-100 Tiny Tales of Terror, #9–The 70 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time, #10–The Twelve by Justin Cronin, #11–Schism:The Battle for Darracia by Michael Phillip Cash, #12 -The Summer Nights Never End…Until They Do by Robert James Waller
Any Questions? Ask and I’ll answer here. Open Internationally.