The sensational novel done in epistolary fashion, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society is up for grabs (hurrah for us who have been wanting a copy of that! I know I do because I fell in love with the book the first time I’ve seen it). There are two ways to get it. Here’s how:
Post a comment on mawbooks.com answering this question:
Are a member of a book club and if so does it have a name? If so, what is it? The fancier, the better.
Random House is inviting you to send an essay on your favorite book and the lessons it taught you about a specific place, event or a period of time. Each of the 8 Grand Prize Winners will have their essays posted on the The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society website for one year and a copy of the featured book signed by co-author Annie Barrows.
Click here for details, official contest rules, and restrictions.
Here’s the catch though, the contest is only open to legal US residents who are at least 18 years old.
But hey, you’re shown two ways. Either could work for you. Good luck! *wink*
On a sad note, one of the authors, Mary Ann Shaffer, passed away in February 2008. Our condolences to the family and the literary world.
Original image is courtesy of amazon.com and edited for the purpose of this entry. Brushes used were downloaded some time ago from various internet sources.