The International Giveaways Café (15)

Filed in The Int'l Giveaways Café , The Quirky Lover Posted on October 8, 2011 @ 12:42 pm 3 comments

Welcome back to another Saturday morning get-together, where we have the chance to discuss book giveaways, link up our own giveaways, and enter all the others.

It’s still early into autumn but the weather is beyond beautiful. Combine that with a nice long weekend here in Canada, to celebrate our Thanksgiving, I’m looking forward to some great turkey and lots of reading time during the recovery period 😉 What does your weekend in store? Have you won anything recently that you’ll get the chance to read now? The Book Lovers would love to hear!

At Book Lovers Inc., it’s our pleasure to share the bookish love!  Good luck to everyone and hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend 🙂

As always, here’s the fine print for entering your link:


If you have a giveaway you would like to share with our other readers, the rules are simple:

1. The giveaway MUST be available to international addresses (Book Depository does count)
2. Add your link below, in the format shown. (Please use the URL for the contest post, not a general blog URL; you don’t want to make it tricky for others trying to enter)
3. Expired contests will be removed during my weekly cleaning, but remember to come back with any new entries 🙂

In the spirit of global participation, we hope you’ll join in and show those limited giveaways that there are definitely benefits to opening up to the whole world!

We will repost the link list each week and keep the giveaways that are still running at that time.

About Jackie

Jackie is a quirky mom, living in Ontario, Canada. She's a bookkeeper by day and a book lover by night. She also blogs at The Novel Nation and writes occasionally for Heroes and Heartbreakers.

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  • Di October 9, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    This weekend I went to see the new stage version of the Disney Musical 'Newsies' and it was fabulous!

    I also started reading Stephanie Sloane's Young Corinthian series – the first book is 'The Devil in Disguise'.

  • alainala October 13, 2011 at 7:52 pm

    YAY canadians!! i loved thanksgiving dinner! caught up on some series that were new to me.. Cherry Adairs TFLAC series, Devon Monks new steampunk Dead Iron and a few others!

  • Jackie October 15, 2011 at 7:47 am

    @Di – Sounds like it was a busy, fun week!

    @alainala – Now I remember why we only have those turkey dinners a ew times every year: so much food! Cherry Adair and Devon Monk are two authors I've heard about but never had the chance to read. Enjoy!

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