Winter Blahs Giveaway

Thanksgiving has barely ended, Hanukkah is just over a week away, and Christmas looms. Winter weather is sending almost everyone in the United States scurrying for our blankets and cranking up our thermostats. And I’m up to my teeth in papers to grade and dissertation defenses to prepare for (really there’s just the one).

To help with the stress and cold, I’m going to give away a digital copy of a book–specifically one copy of any book I’ve written. There’s the Civil War, second-chance-at-love angst of Brave in Heart, the cynic/idealist budget negotiation of Special Interests, the opposites attract scandal of Private Politics (which has a Jewish beta hero!), and the not-releasing for a month cross-party campaign banter of Party Lines.

The rules: you must be able to accept either an .epub or a .mobi file. And you must comment below and tell me which book you’d like. I’ll pick a winner on Friday, December 15 make that 12, at midnight EST.


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I gave everyone a number, 1 through 9, and the random number generator spit out 2. The winner has been emailed!

19 thoughts on “Winter Blahs Giveaway

  1. Just re-read SI and PP for the second time this weekend-can’t wait to read your next installment. Party Lines, please! :)

  2. I hope your defense went well today! I would love a copy of Party Lines since I’ve already bought and read your other three books. (By the way, I read Erin Satie’s first book upon your recommendation!)

      1. Both Erin Satie and Genevieve Turner’s books are very good–I hope you’ll love them. And my defense did go well; thank you and good luck!

  3. I want, WANT Party Lines and can’t wait to read it! Reading Private Politics next week. Congrats again and thanks for the giveaway.

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