I have a fun giveaway for you today! In celebration of the upcoming paperback release of The Invention of Wings by Sue Monk Kidd on May 5th, Viking/Penguin has provided a paperback copy to one of you! You'll find the Goodreads synopsis here.
Don't know who Sue Monk Kidd is? You should! She's the bestselling author of The Secret Life of Bees. We've all either read the book or seen the movie adaption. It was a good read, find out what I thought of it here.
The publisher has put together an online book club (in color and black & white), featuring a Q&A with the author, recipes and cocktails, further reading, and more. Please feel free to check it out, download it and share with your book club!
Want to check out the audiobook also? I have a clip of the audiobook here.
How to enter? Please use the Rafflecopter below to enter using a valid email address. Per the publishers guidelines, this giveaway is US only and will run for 1 full week. The first entry is FREE, no task required. You can enter as few or as many times as you wish. You can even send 1 tweet a day to earn extra entries.
Good luck & happy reading!
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-You MUST be at least 18 years old to enter or have parental permission.
-This giveaway is US ONLY.
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-All entries will be verified.
-The winner will have 2 business days to claim the prize or another winner will be chosen.
-Amazon gift cards are issued via email. (When applicable.)
DISCLOSURE: This giveaway is sponsored by the publisher.
Praise for The Invention of Wings:
“Sue Monk Kidd has written a conversation changer. It is impossible to read this book and not come away thinking differently about our status as women and about all the unsung heroines who played a role in getting to where we are.”-- O, The Oprah Magazine
“The Invention of Wings . . . is a total revelation.”-- Essence
“If this isn’t an American classic-to-be, I don’t know what is…This book is as close to perfect as any I’ve ever read.”-- Dallas Morning News
“[An] epic, affecting tale.”-- People