REMINDER: Book Giveaway

Hard as it is to believe, this is the last week of 28 Days Later.

That loud crashing you hear are the Brown Bookshelf members slumping against their keyboards from exhaustion. But it’s a good exhaustion! (I hope, says the one member who’s been done her profiles since the 13th).

Anyway, just a reminder that we have some free books to give away at week’s end. So please remember to come back and check the blog to see if you’ve won anything. We’ll announce, using the name you used to comment.

Also, the profiles don’t end on Friday. We’ll share a little bit about ourselves (we, the Brown Bookshelf) starting next Monday and that means more free books for commenters!

Now, back to your regularly scheduled program.

7 Responses to REMINDER: Book Giveaway

  1. cora says:

    Free books? How do we win?

  2. Zetta says:

    I know many people have already said this, but you guys truly are amazing…I can barely keep up with blogging about the minor events in my life, but to take on 28 other artists and authors, to promote their work and reveal the stories behind the stories…it’s a HUGE undertaking, and an incredible service to offer the online world–not to mention we artists who benefit from the attention! So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU for all that you do…

  3. Doret says:

    This was a great 28 days later. I am sad to see it end. I was introduced to a lot of great authors and illustrators. Thanks so much for all the hard work.

  4. Paula says:

    You’re welcome. I mean, who needs to sleep the month of February, right guys? Guys? LOL

  5. PatriciaW says:

    I haven’t been commenting much but I’ve been adding authors and their books to my TBR list for my children. Finding great books for children by AA authors? I’ve won anyway.

  6. paulahy says:

    Cora, you win books by commenting on any of the articles posted within the month of February. We choose names randomly after the month is over.

  7. Annie says:

    Thank you for such a great resource! The Brown Bookshelf is so helpful when working on library collection development. And “twenty-eight days later” has been great for adding to my own list of “to reads” — can’t wait!

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