Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Giveaway: The Paris Wife by Paula McLain






Yesterday, I posted a Book Spotlight and Guest post on The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. I am thrilled to tell you that  I am able to give away a copy of The Paris Wife to one lucky reader!  Thanks to the generosity and kindness of  Cheryl from Pump Up Your Book Promotion and Random House.



*GIVEAWAY DETAILS*

I have one copy of The Paris Wife by Paula McLain to give away complements of Pump Up Your Book Promotion and Random House.

To Enter:   

For 1 Entry: All you have to do is leave a comment about my post Book Spotlight and Guest post on The Paris Wife by Paula McLain. (click here, to read the post) what do you find interesting from the description of The Paris Wife or from the  Guest Post by Paula McLain? Make sure to include your email address so that I can contact you if you are a winner. Otherwise, I won't be able to include your name in the drawing. 

For a 2nd Entry (Separate Comment):  Follow my blog, you can follow through Google Friend Connect to the left in my side column. If you already do, thank you, and please  make sure to let me know in your comment so I can pass the entry on to you as well. Make sure to include your email address.

For a 3rd Entry (Separate Comment): Spread the word about this giveaway and Retweet, retweet button below my name at the end of this post. Make sure to include your email address.


Open to US and Canada only.


Enter by April 6, 2011.



44 comments:

  1. Paris in the 1920s...how fascinating.

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  2. I follow on GFC

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  3. I just found your blog and I think we have similar tastes. I just read the author interview from yesterday and Hemingway's life sounds just as I would have imagined it.
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  4. I just signed up to follow you with Google Friend Connect as Sandra K321.
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  5. Very nice descriptions...almost makes you feel as if you're there!

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  6. I'm an email subscriber...does that count?

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  7. I love the fact that she brings history to life with dialogue and setting but a basis in what really happened.

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  8. I'm a GFC follower

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  9. I wanted to read it before I read her account of writing it. Wow. It sounds amazing.

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  10. I follow in Google Reader. I have for a long time! ;)

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  11. thanks for the chance to read this fabulous novel :)

    karenk
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  12. i'm a follower and email subscriber :)

    karenk
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  13. I want to read this one..so I'm throwing in my hat!!

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  14. Most of the book was written in a Starbucks. =)

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  15. I'm a follower.
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  16. Studied the 20s and 30s in film/ literature when I did a semester abroad in Paris many moons ago. This win will bring back memories!

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  17. The backdrop of Paris in the 20s sounds very intriguing. Hemmingway, Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, and F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald sounds like a fascinating group.
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  18. blog follower via GFC
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  19. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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  20. I live not far from the Hemingway/Pfieffer Museum in Piggott, AR - a his inlaws' home and his studio during his marriage to Pauline Pfieiffer. He was quite a character. I'd love a chance to win the book.

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  21. gfc follower - dogwood

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  22. Thanks for this giveaway-commented on your post.

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  23. I follow

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  24. Paula McLain's guest post is terrific. I can imagine Hemingway's excitement when he gets the idea for Hadley and he to go away to Chamby, get away from Paris and it works out better then expected. I can almost see through Paula's writing the wonderful time they have together.
    This post makes me very excited to read about Hemingway focusing on his writing as they enjoy each other's company.

    Thank you for this wonderful giveaway!

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  25. I'm a GFC follower of your blog!

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  26. I'd love to read this. I think it would have been fascinating to have known Hemingway, but maybe too difficult to have been his wife. I'd love to travel in his footsteps, though!
    Thanks for the chance to win a copy!

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  27. I follow through GFC.

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  28. Posted on my sidebar at http://aseaofbooks.blogspot.com/

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  29. Very interesting review. I love reading about Paris and this sounds so good!
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  30. I am a new follower.
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  31. (About the post/guest post):
    I have always been a Ernest Hemingway fan & have met many others but, never before have I had someone describe, so perfectly, the FEELING that his story evokes in me. For an artist, for he is an artist, to find a person who completes them, understands them, & allows them the freedom to be the artist they are, is a rare & beautiful thing. Not only did he find his muse but his soulmate as well. I CAN'T WAIT to curl up with this book....I truly haven't felt this excited about a new book in eons! Thank you so very much for the opportunity to win a copy, it is truly appreciated.

    Danielle Hogan
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  32. I very happily subscribed to your blog & also followed your blog with the GoogleFriend button (this is the first time I've ever done that before....for anything). Thanks so much again!! Have a blessed day!

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  33. I retweeted about the post .....after I FINALLY found the button below the post.....if it had been a snake it would've bitten me hee hee hee....ok I know, I'm a technical dork but I'm learning


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  34. I have to say, I appreciate that McLain shared that she wrote this book in Cleveland -- it's a very amusing juxtaposition and yet, at least one of Hemingway's wives came from the Midwest. McLain might have channeled some of that oomph and panache!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  35. I also just started following via GFC!

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  36. This fascinating novel would be unique and wonderful to enjoy. thanks. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

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  37. The fact that this book is about Ernest Hemingway really interests me. I have always liked his writing. Please enter me. Thanks!

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  38. Follow on GFC!

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  39. I found it interesting that the story is about the love affair of Ernest Hemingway & his wife, Hadley.
    Thanks for the giveaway!
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  40. GFC follower
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  41. This book sounds very interesting! A great opportunity to learn more about Hemingway.

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  42. GFC Follower

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