My Prize in the Blind Date with a Book Giveaway

I won! I’m always super-excited to win a book in a giveaway. This time, I didn’t even know what book I was entering to win. The Little Red Reviewer, an awesome science fiction and fantasy blog, held a Blind Date with a Book Giveaway.

She posted pictures of five wrapped books, each with hints about the title. You had to choose the one that sounded the best. Cool idea, right?  I entered for this one:

20140913_091439In case this is hard to read, it says: Epic fantasy!  Adventure!  Archaeology!  Magic meets the Industrial Revolution.  A thousand year old book holds a really big secret.

I didn’t try to guess – my knowledge of epic fantasy isn’t that good. It just sounded good. And, after she picked my name out of the entries, she mailed me the book, and here it is:

I don’t know anything about this author, do you? Either way I’m excited for the new read.  And maybe you’ll see this as a giveaway on my blog in the near future.

  1 comment for “My Prize in the Blind Date with a Book Giveaway

  1. September 15, 2014 at 9:45 pm

    I hope you like it! it was a lot of fun putting these blind dates together, and you should absolutely do the blind date thing as a give away on your blog. I was giggling for two weeks because I knew what the books were, and no one else did! giggles for the blogger is a GOOD thing.

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