Blog Book Giveaway: Wildwood Dancing[CLOSED]

This giveaway is for a discarded library copy of Wildwood Dancing by Juliet Marillier. What that means is that this book has a barcode, library labeling and a “withdrawn” stamp on the title page. It’s in serviceable condition and looks almost like new–you have been warned. (You can actually see the spine in the left end of my header and will note that it looks pretty good.) Though not published in 2010, this was one of my favorite reads this year (and my 1000th book) and seemed like a good one to giveaway at the close of 2010.

Want to know more about the book? Read my review.

The giveaway is open to US readers only (sorry!) and will end January 2. The winner will be notified via email on January 2 .

TO ENTER: Leave a comment below (with a valid email in the email form area) with your favorite fairy tale, myth, or legend.

Winner will be selected via random number generator by Maple the Palm Pre.

Congratulations to the winner: Nicole!

10 thoughts on “Blog Book Giveaway: Wildwood Dancing[CLOSED]

  1. I’m not entering for the book. I just had to say Thank you, my wonderful Secret Santa. I opened my gift on Christmas morning and now have a new favorite book. It’s a book is hands down the best book I got this Christmas. Honestly, best book ever!

    Thank you again.

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  2. I don’t need to be entered to win, I just wanted to say I thought it was too funny that you were giving this away. At my library’s last book sale, I bought an ex-library copy of this same book. I haven’t had a chance to read it yet though.

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  3. My favorite myth of all time is about the Sirens – mermaids with such beautiful singing voices that would actually sing sailors to their death.

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  4. I love both retellings of fairy tales and Juliet Marillier!
    My favorite fairy tale is the one of the Six (or Seven, depending on the version) Swans. Interestingly, I first read about the story in Marillier’s “Daughter of the Forest.”

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