Thursday, 17 December 2009

Because You Can Never Have Too Many Books

It's day 2 of the Books, Time, and Silence Ten Days of Christmas and that means that today is Book Giveaway Day.

One of the best things about working in literature is how many books I seem to accumulate. At Waterstone's, now though WCN, and as a book blogger too, I am lucky enough to have a steady stream of reading material to peruse. So today, and again next Thursday I'm giving away some of the books I don't need.

Today it's classic books I already own. Mostly, these are duplicates I bought not realising I already owned them. But now these fine books could be yours. They are:
  • Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys
  • The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
  • Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Since these are classic works, which many will already own, I'm breaking it down into three competitions with three winners. One lucky winner will also win a mysterious fourth book, whose synopsis includes the words 'neurotics', 'perverts' and 'religious' all within the first sentence. Don't pretend you're not interested!

To win, simply comment below. Don't forget to mention which of the books you would like. If you would like them all, just comment three times! Although the draws will be random, please try to make your comments interesting. I like to be entertained!

Draws take place at 8pm on Sunday 20th December. Entries accepted from anywhere in the world.

Good luck!

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