This Book Is Red CONTEST NOW CLOSED

I'm feeling a bit red today, so why not have a red book giveaway:




Includes Milton's Poetical Works, Works of Voltaire and Dickens' "Dombey and Sons."

Comment to enter. I'll announce a winner tomorrow (April 7th) at 3:00 PM EST.

Good luck!

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40 comments:

  1. Pick me!Pick ME!

    One book,
    two book,
    red book,
    but not a blue book!

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  2. Interesting group of books. Throw my name in the hat!

    (@afewmorepages on twitter)

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  3. I would enter! I love me some books, and those match my living room. :)

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  4. please enter me :)

    i love books too much.

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  5. I love red!! I'd love those books!

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  6. Rescue red books from becoming refuse.

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  7. I would love a chance to win...thanks:)

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  8. Pick me! I will thinking happy, positive, lucky thoughts.

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  9. Heather, you should always think that way.

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  10. Oh, Milton...be still my heart! How could I not enter? :D

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  11. They match my little red pen and my little red book, and my what a collection! Please put me in the mix! Thank you so much!

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  12. Gorgeous books and after finishing Les Mis I have room on my TBR shelf. MUST FILL EMPTY SPACE!

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  13. Anytime I can get my hands on a Dickens book I'm in!

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  14. schawweeeet! count me in.

    *my happy find of the week* a two-volume 1987 OED complete with box and magnifying glass for $5!

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  15. I'm game to add any old classic to my library. :)

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  16. I like the look of those books!

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  17. What a great month to give away poetry :) Thanks!

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  18. I'm feeling a bit blue today so a few red books would balance things out.

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  19. Ooooo, Jaeyde, I am so jealous. Nice find!

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  20. Please enter me too! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  21. Let's see ... cerise, fire engine red, and vermillion.

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  22. I would love to toss my name in the hat.

    adeledawn2099 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  23. Ok it means I may come up with an even more outlandish shelving scheme, but hey extra books

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  24. Red reading roudup!

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  25. lovely, I'd like to see red, too! thank you!

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  26. Count me in ! I'd love to read those classics =)

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  27. Oh...Works of Voltaire bound in my favorite color! I'd put them on a shelf, Dickens nestled and keeping warm between Voltaire and Milton. :) Pick me, please!

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