Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Cool Sourcebooks Contest Announcement...And a Giveaway!


Calling all Georgette Heyer fans (I include myself in that group!)...Sourcebooks has teamed up with Barnes and Noble to promote their new release of Georgette Heyer's The Foundling. For the month of September, The Foundling will ONLY be available at Barnes & Noble. If you buy it there (either in store or online), you can send your receipt in for a chance to win a $200 gift card! Plus, if you leave me a comment here you can be entered to win your choice of one book from the list below. Two winners will be drawn at random, you can enter until midnight eastern time on September 20th. Winners must have a US or Canada mailing address. Best of luck everyone!!

Sourcebooks B&N Heyer Receipt Promotion

This September, Sourcebooks is exclusively releasing The Foundling by Georgette Heyer in Barnes & Nobles stores Nationwide!!

Sourcebooks is holding a fabulous receipt promotion! Send us your receipt/proof of purchase of The Foundling from your local Barnes & Noble to our office or a scanned receipt in an email to danielle.jackson@sourcebooks.com and you’ll be entered to win a $200 Barnes & Noble gift card! Receipts must be dated between September 1 – September 31, 2009, and can be from an in-store or online purchase. Any questions please contact mailto:hdanielle.jackson@sourcebooks.com.

But WAIT—you can win a book from Sourcebooks now! As a thank you to The Tome Traveller for helping spread the word about our B&N Heyer Receipt Promotion, Sourcebooks is giving away 2 books from the list of books below! Leave a comment about your favorite Heyer moment and you’ll be entered to win your choice of book! 2 winners—US and Canada addresses only please.

Sourcebooks is so excited about the warm embrace everyone has given the Georgette Heyer reissues! Good luck—we look forward to hearing from you!

Send your Barnes & Noble The Foundling receipts to
Sourcebooks, Inc.
c/o Publicity
PO Box 4410
Naperville, IL 60567

Remember: Leave a comment! Two lucky commenters will be able to choose a book from the following:

The Spoken Word Revolution edited by Mark Eleveld
Poetry Speaks Expanded edited by Elise Paschen and Rebekah Presson Mosby
Letters From Pemberley by Jane Dawkins
How (Not) to Have a Perfect Wedding by Arliss Ryan

Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake by Laurie Brown
A Chain of Voices by Andre Brink
First Lady by Michael Malone
The Ultimate Bartenders Guide by Ray Foley
Improvisation for the Spirit by Katie Goodman
The Successful Novelist by David Morrell

Join our Georgette Heyer mailing list!: http://www.sourcebooks.com/spotlight/georgette-heyer.html
(Edited to clarify that this giveaway is NOT for a Georgette Heyer book. Winner will get their choice of book from the list above).

13 comments:

Dannie said...

Include me, please!

traveler said...

What a wonderful post today. Your contest is delightful. I am in love with Heyer's books and that era in particular. The setting, characters and period is my favorite ever. Thanks for this lovely chance. saubleb(at)gmail(dot)com

Wanda said...

My favourite Heyer moment was finding "The Unfinished Clue" at a book sale.
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Zibilee said...

I have only read one Heyer book (An Infamous Army) so I don't really have a favorite Heyer moment yet, but I would love a chance to be entered in this contest. I recently saw a very cool display of Heyer's books at Barnes and Noble, with The Foundling in center position. Hopefully I will be able to go back and grab a copy before it's sold out.

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throuthehaze said...

I have never read her books before so my fave Heyer moment will be when I finally read one!
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Jennifer said...

What a fantastic contest. Thanks!
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nfmgirl said...

I haven't yet read any Heyer, but hope to start perhaps with the Cotillion and work from there!

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Anonymous said...

need a good end of summer read..thx for the contest..
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Bridget said...

No need to enter me; just posted about this on Win A Book.l

Nancye said...

I have not read any of the books from the list. I would be happy to receive any of them. Thanks for this great giveway!

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

Jemima said...

I first discovered Heyer in a charity shop about a year ago. Someone had donated their whole collection. I bought one, and then rushed back a couple of days later for a few more to read on my long flight from Australia to America. They were very old tatty copies, so I pealed off the pages as I read them and threw them out so that I wouldn't have to carry extra weight around airports. I hope that doesn't bother anyone too badly. So there was a trail of Heyer pages throughout airport and hotel rubbish bins from Melbourne to New England.

Please enter me if you are not too horrified at my defacing Heyer's books: thereadingjourney[at]gmail[dot]com

Belinda M said...

I have not read any Heyer but would love to. That way I would have a favorite Heyer moment too


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edmontonjb said...

I haven't read any Heyer yet, but I would love if my favorite Heyer moment becomes winning this book.
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