Giveaway the second

[This giveaway is closed now, thanks for entering!]
touchstone1 The second giveaway of the Bones of Paris season is a Touchstone Book-Club-in-a-box. This means fifteen copies of the paperback Touchstone, to be given to one library. Does your favorite library sponsor book clubs? If so, make a comment to this blog post with the name of the library before midnight, Friday August 9 (Pacific time) and I’ll draw a name out of my virtual hat. A book club in a box, all ready for avid discussion. Comment now!

Comments

  1. Karen Debenham says:

    Hyannis Public Library in Hyannis, Massachusetts…it depends on fund raising events for most of it’s small budget, so donations are always welcome.

  2. Our Library would love to have this book to ad to our collection. Emmett Public Library. Our patrons LOVE your books!!

  3. Brown Deer Library, in Brown Deer, Wisconsin. Fantastic librarians, too!

  4. Carol Harper says:

    Wood County Public LIbrary System, Bowling Green, OH, 43402 — it has a community reads club, a monthly science fiction club, a monthly mystery club and more.

  5. Julie Drew says:

    Evanston Public Library, Evanston, IL 60202

  6. Julie Drew says:

    Evanston Public Library, Evanston IL 60202

  7. Elisabeth Simer says:

    The Northwest branch of the Multnomah County Library, Portland Oregon! Several book groups, and I would LOVE to join one reading yours!

  8. Laura Stratton says:

    The Newtown Public Library in Newtown Square Pa

  9. Marnie Allbritten says:

    Douglas County Library, Roseburg, Oregon never has enough copies of Laurie R King books. I know they’d love this.

  10. Salt Lake City Public Library, SLC, UT.

  11. Swazye Library in Tacoma is a small community library that would love these as a donation! Thanks

  12. Heather Muir says:

    The Loutit District Library in Grand Haven, MI would love it!

  13. Tolono Public Library, Tolono Illinois
    Our little library serves patrons in three small towns and the farms in between in East Central Illinois. The folks there are awesome!

  14. Stillman Valley, IL has the best book clubs! We are reading “Folly” now.

  15. Jessica S. says:

    Fremont Main Library, Fremont, CA. 94538

  16. lael lineberry says:

    DeWitt District Library – a wonderful place in Michigan.

  17. Rock Island Public Library, Rock Island, Illinois

  18. Jenn Plamondon says:

    Rather than my city’s library, I’d like to enter for Calgary Public Library in Calgary, Alberta. They lost a good number of materials during a bad flood and are rebuilding their collection.

  19. Ida Bodin says:

    Castro Valley Library, 3600 Norbridge Ave, Castro Valley, CA 94546

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