I am deeply thankful to many people for helping to make March a successful month for Reading for a Cure. Without the generous support of authors, publishers and publicists I would not have been able to offer the amazing book giveaways in March. Thanks to each of you for supporting this important cause…
- Author Josh Sundquist, Assistant Director of Publicity (Viking/Penguin) Yen Cheong, and publisher Viking/Penguin who offered TWO hard cover editions of Just Don’t Fall (read my review; read book info and guest post by author) for give away.
- Author Miriam Gershow and publisher Random House who offered a give away of a paperback edition of The Local News (read my review, read book and author info).
- Publisher Harper Collins and the wonderful people at Terra Communications, with special thanks to Sarah Daily, who provided a copy of Raven Stole the Moon by Garth Stein for give away (read my review of the book, read book and author information).
- Publisher Unbridled Books, with special thanks to Caitlin Summie, who generously offered TWO copies of Last Night in Montreal by Emily St. John Mandel for give away (read my review of the book, read book and author information).
- Publisher Random House who provided a copy of Shanghai Girls by Lisa See for me to give away (read my review of the book, read author and book information).
- Wiley Saicheck and Nicole Bruce from Authors On the Web, and publisher Tor/Forge, with special thanks to Alexis, who offered the following books for giveaway: First Daughter AND Last Snow by Eric Van Lustbader (read about the books and author), a hardcover edition of An Irish Country Girl by Patrick Taylor (read my review, read about the book and author), AND the first three books in Patrick Taylor’s Irish Country series (read about the books and author).
I also want to thank those who participated in OR are participating in Reading for a Cure – the participants, the sponsors, the one time donors…you are all helping to make a difference in the lives of children. For those of you just now learning about this cause, it is not to late to join as this is a YEAR LONG project. Visit this post on my blog to learn more.
Stay tuned for a quarterly update on Reading for a Cure!!