Win my Copy of Never Romance a Rake

Hey, would you like to have my copy of Liz Carlyle’s Never Romance a Rake?

I thought it might be fun to give away copies of good books I’ve reviewed that aren’t quite keepers.

So, by midnight EST Friday  September 5, either make a comment on this post indicating whether you think Carlyle’s title advice is good or bad, or put a link to this post on your blog (and let me know you have done so via a comment) — or do both, for two chances to win — and you will be entered.

I will use random.org to choose a winner, and send it along to you!

(I got this idea from carp(e) libris reviews. I mean it when I say I have no imagination.)

Pssst …. between you and me, your odds are excellent right now!

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Published in: on August 28, 2008 at 7:39 am  Comments (5)  
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5 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. : )

    Yes please.

  2. Great! Thanks for entering! 🙂

    And anyone reading this — if you haven’t read the Book Smugglers’ interview with Nalini Singh do it now!

  3. […] here. Published […]

  4. Hey, It’s not midnight yet, do I still have a chance!?

    I haven’t ever read Liz Carlyle before. Here’s my chance right!

  5. I put your names in the Random.org list generator and Ana’s came up first, so Ana is the proud owner of my copy of Never Romance a Rake!
    Thank you both for visiting and entering!

    A new contest, for the Graves book, begins tomorrow.


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