In honor of National Library Week, I'm going to give away one copy of each of my novels (you can enter to win here at The Write Stuff, and over at String of Pearls, too).
Tuesday April 14 is "National Library Workers Day," and I thought that was a perfect reason to give away a copy of Erin's Ring--a book that features the public library and a kindly and helpful librarian who works there. If you win, perhaps you could give it to a special librarian in your life as a gift (or then again, you could keep it and share it with your favorite reader, middle school-aged and up).
Thursday April 16 is "Celebrate Teen Literature Day," and I thought that was a perfect reason to give away a copy of Finding Grace--a book that I wrote with high school-aged readers in mind. If you win, perhaps you could give it to your favorite teen as a gift (or your favorite adult, for that matter!).
To enter the giveaway: leave me a comment anytime between now and Saturday April 18. In your comment, let me know which of the two titles you would prefer to win. It's a short window of opportunity, so if you want to throw your name into the hat, don't shilly-shally!
I look forward to your comments, fellow bookworms!