I’m excited that over the coming year I’ll be blogging about several newly published books. Most will be released for the first time in 2015; some are paperback editions of books that were published to great acclaim in 2014. And do I need to mention that all of the books will be by women authors?
Even better, I’ll be giving away copies of these exciting books to a few lucky people who subscribe to my free emailed newsletter, Being Bookish.
Do you really need something new in your inbox? Maybe.
If you are truly bookish, come on and sign up for the monthly newsletter, which offers book talk, links to readerly resources you may not have discovered yet, and general nerdiness about all things literary.
And of course, let’s not forget the inducement of free books. Subscribers will get the chance to snag free copies of newly published (or soon-to-be-published) books.
The Enchanted – in paperback February 2015
In February, for example, I’ll be giving away the new paperback edition of The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld.
Rene Denfeld was #8 on my list of 30 Women Novelists You Should Know. But I wasn’t the only one to rave about The Enchanted. It was one of the most acclaimed and talked about books of 2014.
Reviewers loved it. The novel was named among the top 10 in 2014 by diverse sources that ranged from Library Journal to Goodreads to Powell’s independent bookstore in Oregon to the Foyle’s chain of bookstores in the U.K.
At left is the cool new cover of the paperback version in the UK. The US version is below.
The book was translated into several languages, nominated for numerous literary prizes, and won the prestigious French award, the Prix du Premier Roman Etranger.
If you haven’t yet read The Enchanted, you’re in for a mesmerizing literary experience. Take a look at this December 2014 interview with Rene Denfeld by the writer Elissa Wald if you want to whet your appetite for the novel.
Who doesn’t love free books?
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2 thoughts on “2015 – The year of free books”
Your free books are ones i am eager to read. I signed up for your newsletter. Does that mean I am in the mix for them or do I need to do something else?
Clearly you have excellent taste in literature!
When you receive the February newsletter (in the next couple of days) it will tell you what to do. Basically you just hit REPLY to the email and tell me which free book(s) you want. That puts your name in the mix.
There are two free books in February, and most months will have one or two giveaway books. You can put your name in the mix each month if you want.