Reminder: a Book Giveaway

Time is running out to win one of the multiply signed copies of The invisible thread. Anyone from anywhere can enter as the editor and donor of the copies, Irma Gold, and I have agreed to quarantine one copy for an overseas address, and the other for an Australian address.

The invisible thread, by Irma Gold

Cover (Courtesy: Irma Gold and Halstead Press)

To read more about the book – gorgeous centenary anthology, The invisible thread, edited by Irma Gold – click on the following links to see my post on its launch, my review, or my description of the beautiful Woven Words event inspired by it.

So to recap the giveaway:

Eligibility:  The giveaway will be open to Australian and international readers, with ONE copy to go to an international reader, and ONE to an Australian reader. I will use a random number generator to identify the winners.

How to enter: Leave a Comment on this post, and state which country you live in so I can place in the right giveaway group. I’d love to hear why you’d like to have the book – but it’s not essential.

The fine print: Entries will close at midnight AEST on 31 August. If you win, you must email me with a postal address by the deadline that I advise in the post announcing the winners. I will redraw a new winner if the deadline isn’t met.

I can’t thank Irma enough for this offer … and hope those of you who lurk here won’t be too shy to enter.  This is a booklover’s treat that doesn’t come around often.

17 thoughts on “Reminder: a Book Giveaway

  1. The Invisible Thread sounds fascinating and completely different from everything I have read recently (the reading list for my next literature course). Please enter me, I am in the UK.

  2. Thankyou so much for your regular and varied book reviews. As a writer and avid reader, I appreciate another’s opinion and I make a note of the many books so that I can order them through my local library (Inter Library Loan). I would love a copy of Irma Gold’s, The Invisible Thread, for my personal library and as a reference of technique when struggling with my own writing.

  3. Your review says this is delicious and rich – YUM! It sounds like a great way for me to get to know an area of the world with which I have zero familiarity. Thanks so much for the chance to win.Oh – and I live in Canada.

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