The winner for the MAMMOTH BOOK OF PARANORMAL ROMANCE IS:
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Timestamp: 2009-04-22 22:04:13 UTC
#17 = Caffey!
Also, I never thought I’d say this, but I have too many books. I simply don’t have room on my shelves. My problem is that I’ve never passed up a bargain table I didn’t like, even knowing that a) I already had the book, b) I was never going to read the book, or c) I don’t know what C is, but this can’t end on B, so I’m making it up. Or, I have two or more copies of one book. Or, I have books that I picked up, haven’t finished, and know I’m never going to finish. Not all of them are romance. Some are new, some used. Whatever the reason, they are books that are going to waste on my overburdened shelves.
I’m a fan of books going to homes where they are actually useful, so that’s what this is hopefully going to do, and slowly, I’ll whittle my bookshelves down to a manageable size.
First up, I have two copies of (bargain table, don’t ask) THE ROMANCE READERS’ BOOK CLUB by Julie L. Cannon.
Cover quote: “A coming-of-age story to cherish…Cannon’s South is a destination readers will want to visit again and again.” –Mary Kay Andrews, author of Savannah Breeze
Bored with her sheltered life on the family farm in Rigby, Georgia, fifteen-year-old Tammi Lynn Elco senses things can change when she acquires a stack of forbidden romance novels. Eluding the watchful eye of her Granny Elco, Tammi forms a secret book club with two girlfriends and her eccentric Aunt Minna, reading about weak-in-the-knees passion and sharing their own stories of love and heartache. When Rigby is seized in an economically damaging drought, local preachers are quick to proclaim sin as the reason for the devastation, forcing Tammi and her fellow book club members to come to terms with the emotions they’re feeling and the strict expectations of the community surrounding them. “Dixie Diva” Julie L. Cannon has written a heartfelt coming-of-age tale with true southern flair.
The rules for this are the same as every other one around here: leave a comment letting me know that you’re interested, and eventually I’ll go to random.org and grab two winners. I only ask that you are genuinely interested in reading the book before entering.