Friday Giveaway: 15 Vintage Books - contest closed




Giving away these fifteen books this week.

Contest now closed, winner will be announced shortly.

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46 comments:

  1. Quo Vadis means, I believe, 'Wither goes thou'. Seems apt for beutiful books under siege by apps. Long live the physical bbok!

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  2. I don't know if my previous comment went through, but I would love to be entered! Please include me in the drawing.

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  3. Lovely! Please include me in the giveaway!

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  4. Oooo I love this set. I am an English teacher who focuses on Poetry in the spring, so I really want that Longfellow and Whittier books. Quo Vadis is simply one of the best books I have ever read. Sign me up! Please pick me this time......

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  5. This would be an awesome set to have!

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  6. Lovely book! @doctoraicha on twitter.

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  7. Look at all the poetry collections! Love!

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  8. they look great--hope I win! Thanks!

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  9. Nice, maybe this time I'll be lucky

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  10. Nice mix. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. OOO such a great collection of books

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  12. Awesome collection! I'd love to win!

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  13. There is nothing Like enjoying a good book, one you hold in your hands and turn the pages as you lose yourself in the story.

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  14. they are all nice looking count me in

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  15. final,fantastic these first-grade fifteen

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  16. These look awesome I hope to win!

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  17. Qvo Vadis by Henryk Sienkiewicz, my favourite Polish author!

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  18. A nice give away. Thanks for the opportunity to win these.

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  19. Beautiful!!! I would love to win.

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  20. Count me in! I've always meant to read Quo Vadis.

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  21. Count me in! Have always meant to read Quo Vadis.

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  22. They don't make books like that anymore!!!

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