Thursday, October 30, 2008

Giveaway of Acedia & Me by Kathleen Norris


Giveaway

Acedia & Me: A Marriage, Monks, and a Writer's Life by Kathleen Norris

Non-fiction, Hardcover 335pgs.

Riverhead Books, Penguin Group USA

This Thursday Giveaway is a copy of Acedia & Me by Kathleen Norris. The San Francisco Chronicle calls her "One of the most eloquent yet earthbound spiritual writers of our time." I have TWO copies to give away and entry is open worldwide until midnight Wednesday November 12, 2008.

1) I'll give an entry to anyone who joins as a subcriber or follower, or puts a link to Fresh Ink Books in their blog list. Or leave a comment on any of my book reviews, and tell me you want Acedia & Me.

2) Blog about this giveaway and put a link back to it and I'll give you another entry. If you don't have a blog, email 4 friends telling them about this giveaway and copying me at sfuhringer(at)sympatico(dot)ca.

Please leave a contact address if you're entering the giveaway and don't have a blog where I can contact you.

Winner will be announced on Thursday November 13, 2008.

19 comments:

  1. Tag - You're IT!!

    You've just been tagged for the "7 Random Facts Tag - Book Edition" at
    Wendi's Book Corner
    . Stop by to participate!

    :) Wendi

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  2. I've posted this at Win A Book. No need to enter us in the contest.

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  3. Hi- I''d like to enter, please. i will leave a link at kayespenguinsposts.blogspot.com

    florida982002@yahoo dot com

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  4. Sandra,
    Thank you for the nice email alerting me to your drawing! Tell me how do I subscribe to your site? I couldn't find a place to submit my email.
    Please enter me for this giveaway,
    Thank you
    Darby
    darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

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  5. Please enter me! I've subscribed to your blog feed. I'm also adding a link to your giveaway on my front page.

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  6. I was hooked by the Marriage and Monks in the title. Please enter me.

    jgbeads AT gmail DOT com

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  7. This looks like a good one! I've also added you to my feed reader.

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  8. You're already on my blogroll and Google Reader - does that count? milou2ster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. *darbyscloset: As far as I know you'd have to have a blog and select one of the choices when you click the subscribe button in my sidebar. I am technically illiterate and have to assume other know how to do these things.
    OR...if you read one of my past reviews and make a relevent comment on it you get an entry too.
    Or... you can email four friends who might be interested and get an entry that way since you don't have a blog.
    It's an either/or thing.
    *bermudaonion: Of course it counts, you're one of my favourite regulars.:)

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  10. I already have you in my Google Reader, and I'd love to be included in the giveaway. I've been looking forward to this book for a while. I liked A Cloister Walk an awful lot, and Amazing Grace was one of those life-changing books.

    teresakayep at yahoo dot com

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  11. Please add me. :) I subscribed as well as linked your site to my blog.

    knittingmomof3 AT gmail DOT com

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  12. I followed your blog..love to enter this :D

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  13. Lenore: Yes, your comment on my Matrimony review qualifies you for an entry to win Acedia & Me. Thanks for reading my review and for entering.

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  14. Please enter me.

    hawkes(at)citlink.net

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  15. I LOVE Kathleen Norris! The Cloister Walk is probably one of my top 10 books. I have a copy of Amazing Grace lying around to be read as well. I'd love to get a copy of this!

    Thanks for the giveaway.
    busweet(at)gmail.com

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  16. Oh, I subscribed to your RSS feed, by the way!

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  17. Thanks for this giveaway. I will be subscribing to your blog.
    saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. What an interesting giveway. Thanks for the chance. It sounds unique and fascinating.
    rojosho(at)hotmail(dot)com

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