Friday, March 16, 2012

Dusty Volumes Contest




I've been neglecting my poor little Dusty Volumes Challenge!  Good thing it's only March and I have time (hopefully) to fit more in by the end of December.

I listened to the audio book of Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (published in 1953).  After I read it, I looked up reviews and discussions and was impressed at how much is written on this book, from prolific essays to very basic opinions.

Have you read any Dusty Volumes yet this year?  If you are interested in this Challenge please click HERE.

Contest:
~I am giving away one book of your choice valued up to $15.00 from Amazon or Book Depository.   However, the book must be a Dusty Volume!  (Published before 1960.)

~You do not have to be signed up for this Challenge to enter, but you can earn extra entries.

To Enter:
~Fill out the Rafflecopter form.
~Extra entries are optional.
~If you are choosing to do extra entries, please read the questions/instructions CAREFULLY! If you do not follow the instructions, I reserve the right to disqualify that entry. (For example, if I ask you to leave a comment and you do not, or you don't answer the question, that entry will be removed.)

Rules:
~Winner will be chosen by Rafflecopter.
~This contest is international.  (As long as Amazon or Book Depository delivers to your address.)
~Please see my contest policy HERE.
~This contest ends on March 22, 2012 at 12:01am.
~If winner does not contact me within 72 hours (3 days) of my first e-mail, unfortunately another winner will be chosen.

If you have any questions, please contact me.  Thanks for playing and good luck!

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4 comments:

KatByrdie said...

I am forcing my friend to read Rebecca and I listened to it read by Alex Kingston. BRILLIANT!

Nina @ Death Books and Tea said...

I've been wanting to read Farenheit 451 for a long time now...must get round to it. Been reading th Dusty Volumes challenge post and only just realised I Am Legend was pre-1960. Wow.

Nina @ Death Books and Tea said...

By the way, the oldest thing I've read is The Odyssey.

Midnyte Reader said...

I need to read Rebecca!!! Maybe I should listen to it.

Yeah, I was surprised I Am Legend was pre 1960 too. I am impressed by anyone who has read The Odyssey. Don't know if I could.

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