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Thursday, October 07, 2010

The Monuments Men (giveaway)

Speaking of the Monuments Men (which I did earlier today) - I received an e-mail just the other day from the author letting me know that this book was just recently released in paperback! (What timing, seeing that I was planning to talk about it again.)


I reviewed The Monuments Men over at 5 Minutes for Books and I'd encourage you to pop over there to find out exactly what this book is all about!

In the meantime, in honor of the fact that you can now find this book in paperback, the author has graciously offered to give away an autographed copy to one of you!

Would you like to win it for yourself or a World War II history buff that you know of? Simply leave a comment below. This contest is open to U.S. Residents only and will be open through Thursday, October 14th.

THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. The winner, selected by random.org, is #11 - Mozi Esme

Congratulations!

23 comments:

Jennifer said...

I really enjoy World War I and II history. This book sounds so interesting. Thanks for letting me know about it. I will have to read it!

Jennifer
transformedgeneration[at]hotmail[dot]com

Ticia said...

I have a World War 2 buff for a father-in-law...... And husband, and well me to a lesser extent.

Amy said...

Would love to win this for my husband who loves reading all that he can about World Wat II!

Dani said...

I am a definite WWII buff at times. There's just so much that went on during that time period. Thanks for the chance for the book!

Melinda said...

I would love to win this book.

Anonymous said...

My son LOVES reading books about World war I and II. This book would be read and re-read!
Thanks for the giveaway!!!

Jen N

artandjen at juno dot com

Katie said...

I love history, and am very interested in this aspect of World War II. Sign me up for the drawing!

debbie said...

My son is obsessed with history. I know he would love this book.
twoofakind12@yahoo.com

Krista said...

This sounds like something my dad would really enjoy! And I would probably read it eventually too!

Page Turner said...

I just finished Girl in Hyacinth Blue, which begins with a fictional account of a piece of art that was stolen/looted during WWII. I would love to read a true account of the events of those times.

Mozi Esme said...

Another interesting book - I'd love to read a nonfiction book on the period to give some context to all the WWII fiction I've been reading lately!

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

I would love to read The Monuments Men :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

Emma said...

Monuments Men sound wonderful.Please enter me in the giveaway. augustlily06(AT)aim(DOT)com.Thank you.

Kae said...

I would love to get this book for my dad to read--he has two purple hearts from World War II, was in the Battle of the Bulge, helped with the destruction of the Remagen Bridge, etc. He would be very interested!

LuAnn said...

My husband loves to read history. I think that he (and me too) would like to read this.

2kids1cat4me at sbcglobal dot net

Alicia said...

My children and I are getting ready to study WWII and this book would be a great addition to our curriculum!

Amy R said...

My husband would love to read this book (and any other WWII books)!

Linda said...

Hubby loves WWII and I'm beginning to enjoy them, too. Please enter me. Thanks!
desertrose5173 at gmail dot com

Serena said...

Yes, please! I'd like to read it, and I know a few relatives who'd like it, too!

adge said...

This sounds fascinating. Please include me in the giveaway. Thank you! gasweetheart211[at]netscape[dot]net

Anonymous said...

I love to read about WWII because my father, uncles from both sides of my famly were in it and my aunt was a Rosie the Riveter!

Please enter me in this contest.

CarolNWong(at)aol(dot)com

Stumbeline said...

I would love to win this book. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

iamstumbeline(at)yahoo(dot)com

tanya904 said...

I would love to win this book for my hubby. He enjoys books about military heroes and war.
tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

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