20 March 2013


Who doesn't love a giveaway? Fools, I tell you!

Quite quietly a couple weeks ago I started a giveaway for Glossolalia over at GoodReads. My publisher, Anvil, generously has offered three copies of the book to be given away. I believe this is the first time they've done a giveaway through GoodReads, so my wives are the Guinea pigs. I haven't mentioned the giveaway on social media yet and there are already 105 people entered to win. This is crazy to me. (I hope they realize it's poetry....)

Are you on GoodReads? If so, please be my friend. I love looking through other people's bookshelves and comparing them. I've added many books to my queue this way.

Are you not on GoodReads, but still want a chance to win a copy of Glossolalia? Comment on this post with a way for me to reach you (a link to your blog, you email address, your twitter handle, anything!) and tell me the last great book you've read and I'll put your name in the hat.

Both giveaways end on April 30. You can enter both, too, if you'd like to increase your chances. No extra ballots if you tweet or FB this, but I wouldn't dissuade you from doing so either.

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Glossolalia by Marita Dachsel


by Marita Dachsel

Giveaway ends April 30, 2013.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

Enter to win


Micheal Laverty said...

I would love to win a copy and add it to our library's collection!

Carrie Snyder said...

I would enter, but I want to buy a copy instead!

Ariel Gordon said...

If I win (another) copy, I will give it to someone who will love it fiercely...

Stacy S said...

Stacy Sherlock would love a copy of your book! She would also like you to sign it with a funny doodle on the inside front cover...something to inspire her perchance :)

I'm amazed there isn't a digital line-up of people entering a draw for your books.

Hope you're well lovely human.

René said...

How I would love a copy of your book, Marita. I am feeling a bit guilty about entering a giveaway when I haven't bought it yet. As you see, I am ignoring my guilt and entering anyhow.

One book I read recently is Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell. It has stuck with me. I've only recently started reading for pleasure again, and I have a ten year backlog of books to plow through. Not to mention all the worthy and unread books written before 2003. Ha!

Best wishes to you, and congratulations on the publication of Glossolalia.

Saphyre said...

Hi Marita,
I saw your book mentioned in the BC Reads this month.