Tuesday, September 30, 2008

BAFAB Week Competition

It is Buy a Friend a Book week time again. I am giving away a collection of short stories by Margaret Atwood: Dancing Girls. It is a 1980s paperback with the rather jolly Sally Geeve designed cover.

To enter the draw for Dancing Girls just leave a comment below but not anonymously please else it it is a bit difficult to do the draw! You have until the end of Wednesday 8th October UK time to enter.

Good luck!

10 comments:

Alyce said...

I would love to be entered in this drawing! I've never read any of Margaret Atwood's writing, and I think it would be fun to give it a try.

Carinthia said...

Margaret Atwood is one of my favorite authors. Thanks for the contest!

Alessandra said...

I'd love to be entered! Thank you!

gautami tripathy said...

I love Atwood. I have read three of her books. Please enter me for this!

gautami.tripathy[at]gmail.com


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tanabata said...

I hadn't heard of this collection of hers. Atwood is hit or miss with me. I've really enjoyed some, others not so much, but I'm always game to try more. Thinking about it, I don't think I've read any of her short stories though, just a few of her novels. So I'd love to have my name in the hat. Thanks.

a Friday present said...

Please enter me for the draw! I've previously read Atwood's 'The Blind Assassin,' which from memory, I really enjoyed. 'The Penelopiad' was also an interesting re-interpretation of Greek myth.

Lizzie said...

Please include me in the draw - it will encourage me to start reading Margaret Atwood - short stories being a bit easier to satrt with!
Many thanks

blueviolet said...

Sounds wonderful; thanks for the drawing.
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

nancy b t said...

I love short stories! Recently I've been thumbing through Bailey White's _Mama Makes Up Her Mind: And Other Dangers Of Southern Living_ - can't get enough, love to laugh. The last one I read was "Bicyclists" - they're all Very Funny and I prefer to read them while 'hearing' her particular voice in the back of my mind. She's not on npr as much as in the past and I miss that.

Nancy B T MA said...

nancy b t forgot to _not_ be anonymous!! :-) So, here I am again - and I still love short stories, including those by Bailey White...

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