Monday, April 19, 2010

Contest and Giveaway Announcement: A Cruel Harvest

Enter to win Paul Reid's debut historical romance/adventure novel: A Cruel Harvest

There are two ways to enter before April 23rd:

1. Leave a comment this week telling us why you'd like to win a copy of the book, or tell us a fun fact about the book that you learned from A Cruel Harvest's page on Amazon.com.

2. Blog about this giveaway, post it on your Facebook page, or tweet it on Twitter. Leave a separate comment with a link to your post or your twitter user name.

Congratulations and good luck!

16 comments:

CelticLady said...

THis book souds interesting and why would I want to read it??? Well it is historical fiction, takes place in Ireland, and how can you resist a love story??


Thank you
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CelticLady said...

I am back!! I twittered here:

http://twitter.com/CelticLady1953/status/12478188769

CelticLady said...

THis book souds interesting and why would I want to read it??? Well it is historical fiction, takes place in Ireland, and how can you resist a love story??


Thank you
momkelly2003(at)yahoo(dot)com

Selestiele said...

I read the first 6 chapters at Authonomy before it was published and I couldn't stop. As much as I hate reading on a computer screen, I just kept clicking the next page. Paul's writing/story is amazing and I would LOVE to have it sitting on my shelf at home. It's one of those stories that just stays with you and I've read a lot of books in the last year. The sweetness of everyday Irish life juxtaposed with the pirates invading...just...
Anyway, off to tweet.
Noelle

Selestiele said...

Oh, my twitter name:
http://twitter.com/noellepierce

Kitty said...

There were pirates that kidnapped people off the coast of England and France and there is a historical fiction novel about that (can't remember the name just now) But I did not know about Ireland. I am very interested in this book. I sounds absolutely fascinating.
Thanks for this great giveaway!

Kitty said...

tweet 4.20

http://twitter.com/maynekitty/status/12513321250

NovelEagle said...

I'd like to win this book because I want to read it and can't afford to buy it and don't want to wait for it to become available from my local library.

NovelEagle said...

I'd like to win this book because I want to read it and don't want to wait for it to become available at my local library.

Shannon said...

I had no idea this kind of thing happened. A love story, adventure and different countries. Sounds like a good book! =)

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Soft Fuzzy Sweater said...

I am mostly impressed by the location: West Cork was where my maternal great grandfather came from. Of course I never knew him but he would most likely have told this tale to my mother as a child. I love any books that puts me in touch with my roots. It's so easy to forget the generations that have preceded us. I will most likely read this to the music of "The Chieftains"

I will tweet and facebook.
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buddyt said...

I vaguely recall having read something about north african pirates landing in Ireland but wasn't aware of any details.

I duly read the Amazon piece and what I found interesting was that the Sultan of Morocco had an Irish mother !

I am of Irish ancestry and I must say we Irish certainly get around to some strange places don't we !

If your giveaway is open worldwide, then please enter me.

Thank you.

Carol T

buddytho {at} gmail DOT com

Linda said...

Thanks so much for this giveaway; the books sounds fascinating. I had no idea that Irish slaves were in Algiers. Interesting fact about a pub in Ireland with the name Algiers.
lcbrower40(at)gmail(dot)com

Pricilla said...

I would like to win the book because the premise is quite unlike anything I have read about before.
thank you
kaiminani at gmail dot com

Pricilla said...

tweet
http://twitter.com/BrokenTeepee/status/12653792452
thank you
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Anonymous said...

Always fascinated by both Ireland and Morocco. A friend of mine toured Morroco and I really wished that I could go.

CarolNWong@aol.com