in bruges iv
a virtual book event
August 10-16, 2013
It is a nice town, Harry.
I'm glad I got to see it...
It is a fairy tale place.
It really is.
-Ken from film In Bruges
Masks have been removed and the party has come to a close.
Queen Maerie thanks you dear readers for attending this virtual book event. She has one last treat for you below for bedside reading.
THANKS TO: Authors, Publicists and Publishers for Book Giveaways
Giveaway links for these books are listed on the sidebar.
Please note all giveaways end August 31, 2013 unless specified otherwise.
Chasing Memories by Tia Silverthorne Bach
Playing Tyler by T.L. Costa
The Rose Throne by Mette Ivie Harrison
Queen's Gambit by Elizabeth Fremantle
The Queen's Vow: A Novel of Isabella of Castile by C. W. Gortner
The Silent Deal by Levi Stack
The Wilful Eye edited by Isabelle Carmody and Nan McNab
Tales from the Tower
edited by Isabelle Carmody and Nan McNab
Margo Lanagan (Tender Morsels), Rosie Borella, Isobelle Carmody, Richard Harland (Worldshaker), Margaret Mahy (The Seven Chinese Brothers), and Martine Murray (Henrietta There's No One Better) have taken inspiration from stories that have shaped us all, tales like "Beauty and the Beast," "The Steadfast Tin Soldier," and "The Snow Queen."
This collection carries universal themes of envy and desire, deception and abandonment, courage and sacrifice.
Characters are enchanted, they transgress, they yearn, they hunger, they hate, and, sometimes, they kill.
Some of the stories inhabit a traditional fairytale world, while others are set in the distant future.
Some are set in the present and some in an alternative present. The stories offer no prescription for living or moral advice and none belong in a nursery.
WIN my review copy of this book!
Open to all.
Offer ends: August 31, 2013
TO DO: (2-parts)
1. ADD this book to your Goodreads Want To Read list.
Tweet about this giveaway.
2. TELL me what you did in comments.
AND, leave your email (if I don't already have it)
Contest has ended - winner is here
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