25 Sep 2013


In order to celebrate Alma Books being announced the Bookseller's Independent Publisher Of The Year and the launch of their Evergreen Series (series all about making great literature available to every reader at an affordable price of £4.99) I'm pleased to be able to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win a copy of all the four books pictured below.

Sorry, only open to UK residents, the books will be dispatched directly from the publishers.

No rules as such, I don't ask that you follow Pen and Paper (though that would be nice) or that you befriend me on FaceBook, all eligible entries will simply be put into a hat and drawn at random on Monday the 30th of September so please be sure to leave me an email where I can contact you if your name should be picked.

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John McElveen said...

Isolationist Female type Chauvinist! (Is that EVEN) possible?? Excluding your Colony across the pond like that! Hugs Tracy!

Joan Robertson said...

Please could I be entered for the free book draw Tracy , Thankyou very much

Yvonne@fiction-books said...

Hi Tracy,

Way back when I did GCE's, the traditional classics were not part of the required reading for English Literature (although I did get a grade 1). I can only recall needing to read and study 'The Crucible' and 'Animal Farm'

I my adult years, I have also sorely neglected to read many of these great works, even 'Wuthering Heights' ( the fact that we watched Kate Bush shoot the video for her version of the 'Wuthering Heights' song doesn't really count, does it?). This would be a gem of an opportunity to force me to read them, if they actually landed in my TBR pile.

I have a particular interest in 'In Praise Of Folly', it just sounds so intriging and interesting.

I would love to be entered in the draw, although I can't follow you on FB, as I haven't joined that particular rat race yet, although I guess it is only a matter of time!

Thanks for hosting this great opportunity.


Shooting Stars Mag said...

I can't enter because I'm in the U.S., but what a fun giveaway!!

Anonymous said...

Oooh, please enter me into the giveaway - would be great for my book swap shop :) Leanne xx

Suko said...

Best of luck to all eligible!

themethatisme said...

... and I suppose I'm barred from entering?

Brian Joseph said...

Good luck to all who enter. I am not in the UK.

I did not realize that you had a Facebook page associated with your blog. I just sent you a friend request.

Literary Feline said...

I love those covers!

No need to enter me, but I just had to comment. :-)

Naida said...

Such a wonderful giveaway! Good luck to all who enter.

Betty Manousos said...

a wonderful giveaway!
the best of luck to all who enter.


Nikki-ann said...

Count me in! :)

So many books, so little time said...

Woohoo a UK giveaway, thanks lovey

Lainy http://www.alwaysreading.net