Thursday, April 17, 2014

Thorsday Book Giveaway Results!

You all probably thought I forgot.  It just took me a little while.  I have to tell you a little story as an introduction to the results.

After the book sale on Saturday, I was wandering around my living room, when I recalled that I have any number of books on the lower shelf of a sofa table between two sofas in that room.  And I don't even really know what's on that shelf, other than the fat Shakespeare, but that's where I found one copy of Ceremony of the Innocent.



And then I noticed that the end book which is standing is really thick, and noticed the first word of the title.

I pulled it out and found.....

...which brought to mind Sue's comment:

"I'd love to read it. I've read other Taylor Caldwell books but not that one.

Have you read And Ladies Of The Club? It's a big thick book about strong women with lots of historical background."


So, since Sue pointed me to a book I already own, she gets Ceremony of the Innocent.

And, because I really don't even need two copies of the same book, I'm also sending one to Mango Momma, because her comment made me laugh:

"Hmmm... am I too late for the giveaway? Sounds like my kind of book."

So I'll be sending each of you a copy of Ceremony of the Innocent within the next couple of days.  I hope you both enjoy it!

Happy Thorsday, everyone.

7 comments:

Sue said...

OH thank you! I'm halfway thru a silly book on my Kindle so I'll be ready when it arrives. I recently reread And Ladies Of The Club and enjoyed it as much as I did years ago when I first read it. Are you familiar with the author? She was a college professor and was in her 80s when she finished the book. Let me know what you think of it.

Blond Duck said...

Awww! I love old books! You're like a mini library!

altadenahiker said...

Not so mini.

SissySees said...

What fun! Books are great fun, aren't they? You're so kind to share them with your friends.

Kathy R said...

Ooh, memories! I read that so many years ago. Mass market paperback fiction just seems to disintegrate though so my copy is long gone.

Kathy R said...

Ooh, memories! I read that so many years ago. Mass market paperback fiction just seems to disintegrate though so my copy is long gone.

Kathy R said...

I was referring to And Ladies of the Club.