Give Aways in March – Final List of Books

As part of my year long project Reading For A Cure, the next month will be a giveaway bonanza on Caribousmom.

To be eligible for giveaways, you must either be signed up for Reading for a Cure OR a sponsor for someone who is signed up OR have made a one time donation to the Pediatric Cancer Foundation (in any amount and selecting the button for Reading for a Cure). Read all the guidelines for eligibility on THIS POST.

Although there may be a few more stragglers, here is what I’ll be giving away this month and the dates I will be drawing winners for each book:

Drawing held March 5th:

TWO hardcover copies of JUST DON’T FALL: How I Grew Up, Conquered Illness, and Made It Down the Mountain, by Josh Sundquist (read my review of the book; watch the author’s guest vlog) courtesy of Viking/Penguin. This book was published in February through Viking.

Drawing held March 11th:

A surprise giveaway which I promise you, you will not want to miss. All I will tell you is that this one comes from Harper Collins and there will be lots of buzz and reviews of this book. Don’t miss out on a chance to win it!

Drawing held March 12th:

A hardcover copy of Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel (read my review) courtesy of  Unbridled Books.

Drawing held March 14th:

A hardcover copy of Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel courtesy of Unbridled Books.

Drawing held March 18th:

A trade paperback edition of Shanghai Girls by Lisa See (read my review) courtesy of  Random House.

Drawing held March 20th:

TWO books by Eric Van Lustbader including First Daughter and his recently released Last Snow – both courtesy of Tor/Forge (the books will be given away as a pair to one lucky winner).

Drawing held March 28th:

A hard cover edition of An Irish Country Girl (watch for my review of the book on March 25th) by Patrick Taylor courtesy of Tor/Forge.

Drawing held March 30th:

The first three books in Patrick Taylor’s Irish Country series including An Irish Country Doctor, An Irish Country Village, AND An Irish Country Christmas courtesy of Tor/Forge.

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  1. You so rock for getting involved with this. I’ve posted links here from Win a Book, of course.

    • Wendy on March 1, 2010 at 15:23

    Thanks, Susan 🙂

  2. Just a note that we posted about this:

    • Wendy on March 3, 2010 at 07:56

    Winning Readings: THANK YOU for spreading the word!!

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