Thursday, December 29, 2011

Happy New Year 2012 Giveaway Hop!

YAY! Another giveaway, what could be better right around New Years? Check out all of the details below.

Big thanks to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Babs Book Bistro for hosting this giveaway hop!


To enter, complete the form below.  Please only enter ONCE, multiple entries will not be accepted.  The information provided will be used only for this book drawing, and nothing more.  All information will be deleted at the conclusion of the giveaway hop.  The winners will be announced on January 4th and will be contacted via email.  My giveaway is open to US residents ONLY and you must be a follower of my blog to win!

Here are the books I am offering (you can enter for one):

Nate Rocks the World by Karen Pokras Toz

Ten-year-old Nathan Rockledge cannot catch a break. After all, life as a fourth-grader can be hazardous what with science projects to deal with and recess football games to avoid. Everyone, including his best friend Tommy, seems to have bad luck when hanging around Nathan. Throw in an older sister who is a royal pain, a dad who is stuck in the past, and a mom who keeps trying to poison him with her awful cooking, and poor Nathan’s life as a fourth grader appears to be completely doomed. Armed only with his sketchpad, his imagination, and his wits, Nathan Rockledge navigates the perils of the fourth grade in style, to emerge heroic, as Nate Rocks, proving that even a ten-year-old can accomplish great things. Follow the quirky and imaginative adventures of ten-year-old Nathan Rockledge as his cartoons come to life.

The Last Waltz: A Novel of Love and War by G.G. Vandagriff

In December 1913, the city of Vienna glitters with promises of the future for sought- after debutante Amalia Faulhaber. But life takes a dramatic turn when simmering political unrest escalates into the most deadly war the world has ever known. Amalia is devastated when her fiance, Baron Eberhard von Waldburg, breaks off their engagement to return to his native Germany and obligatory military service. But she soon discovers that her passion for democracy in an increasingly fascist world has put everything she loves in danger. Her family torn apart and impoverished by the war, Amalia must now choose between an idealistic young Polish doctor, who shares her political views, and the wealthy Baron von Schoenenburg, an Austrian Cabinet minister who promises to provide safety and security in a violent, tumultuous time. Reminiscent of Gone with the Wind, this epic novel explores the nature of human character and the elusive search for love and peace.

1 comment:

  1. The Last Waltz sounds very good!

    Thanks for being part of the hop :)

    GFC Red