Saturday, July 5, 2008

Dog Days of Summer Book Giveaway #5!!


Hi, y'all!

I think I have 4th of July hangover...and I was at a CHURCH event:-) Anyhoo, I'm "Double Dog Giving" this week...



That's right! I'm giving away books 1 and 2 in the new Dream House Kings series by Robert Liparulo! To read my review of book #1, click here. To read my review of #2...well, you'll just have to wait:-) But I'm working on it!

To learn more about the series, and to read about his amazing new contest, click here!

So, leave me a comment and tell me which part of history YOU'D love to visit, and I'll pick a winner for the two book set next Friday!!

Happy Reading!



Tarasview said... about the garden of Eden before the fall of mankind? Or is that too far back :)The Renaissance would be cool since fat women were revered and I would fit right in:)

windycindy said...

Hello! I have always wanted to time travel back to the day of Jesus. The time period of when he began his ministry. Now, I have faith although I have not seen. If I existed when he performed miracles, spoke to the people and was crucified, would I have been his follower or not?! Thanks for another wonderful book/books giveaway drawing. Cindi

Angie said...

I'd like to visit America in the late 1800s or early 1900s. Although, I'm not sure I'm tough enough to handle everything they had to deal with on a daily basis.

Anonymous said...

I would like to visit the southwest in the old west. I would lOVE to be able to watch the goings on of Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. I used to live near Tombstone so I have seen all their haunts after the fact.

diapermama at gmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I would like to visit the 1960s. It's a time when a lot things where changing.

lace said...

hmm. There are lots of times in history I would love to visit. But I think I would like to visit the 1940s. I've always loved reading books from that time period and hearing stories about life then.

Bebemiqui said...

I'd like to travel back to the time of the Reformation.

Rachelle said...

I think that America at the turn of the century (20th) would be cool to visit.

ReadingRobin said...

I would have loved to have lived in the late 1800's. Civilized enough but still the simplistic life that family, faith and nature was first priority.
Thanks for the double giveaway!
cmrobin@bellsouth dot net

Mary said...

I would love to visit America as she moved west via the Oregon Trail. Thanks for the chance to win great books!