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Thursday, July 05, 2007

Last Day for a Free Book

Hey peeps, are you telling me that you come here and read this drivel and don't actually want a free book? What's WRONG with you people. FREE BOOK. Which word don't you understand. FREE BOOK.

Just answer the questions, and you'll be eligible for a nice new book. Free. Yes, Free.

You have until midnight on the 7th of July. Saturday night.

So enter!

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Blogger Rhiannon said...

What is the best book you've ever read, and why?

Hmmm, maybe, East of Eden? But, it was a tough read. A simple one would be Ella Minnow Pea. That was a fun book.

What is the genre you refuse to read? Sci-Fi. I do not get it, nor, do I want to.

What is the one book you've saved from childhood and still read as an adult?

The Ramona books by Beverly Cleary. I loved them growing up and still do - and, Ramona's a Portland girl, just like me.

What kind of book do you secretly wish you could write?

Something smart, yet fun. I really like Marian Keyes for this reason. Her books are light, but I always feel like I'm getting something.

What author do you love more than any other?

Current stuff - Marian Keyes. Classic Stuff - Jane Austen. I guess that means I love chick lit :)

5/7/07 2:13 PM  

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