Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Dusty Volumes Contest - (August, 2011)


How many Dusty Volumes have you read so far?  I've only completed three.  But that's okay, my challenges are casual and non-competitive.  The most recent Dusty Volume I've read is Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.  It wasn't on my original list, but I kept hearing that it was very "gothic" so I wanted to check it out.  It wasn't what I expected, but I did enjoy it.  You can read my post HERE.

To celebrate my third Dusty Volume I'm having a contest!

Sorry, this contest is ONLY open to participants of the 2011 Dusty Volumes Challenge participants as of this post. (But don't be sad, you can always sign up to join in on future fun. Just click on the Dusty Volumes button above or in the sidebar for rules.)

I'm giving away a $10 gift e-certificate to the bookstore of your choice. (If the store of your choice charges for sending an e-certificate, the cost will be deducted from the $10.)

To Enter:
You must leave a comment stating what you plan to read for your next Dusty Volumes choice.

See my contest policy HERE.

Contest ends Thursday, August 11, 2011 at midnight (EST).

Please leave your e-mail address in your comment or make sure your name leads to an e-mail address. If I can't find an e-mail unfortunately, you will be disqualified.

Winners will be chosen by

If I cannot contact the winner within 72 hours the next winner will be chosen.


Missie, The Unread Reader said...

I've been thinking about this and I think I'm gonna go with Emma by Jane Austin. Recently I've been seeing a lot of reviews for Epic Fail which plays off of P&P and a guest post mentioned Emma and it made me miss the story.

Thanks for the motivation, Pam.

missie at

Bookish Brunette said...

Oooh what is this??? I haven't read anything!! Lol

~Sara @ Just Another Story said...

I suck! I haven't read anything. I have started 1984- I think I will finish that next. And then I really want to read Jane Eyre. So I think I will get to that. If I can get those two done, then I will be happy. Maybe someting by Jane Austen as well. I have never read her. Bad Sara, bad.

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