Friday, September 23, 2011

What's in the mail today...plus a giveaway!

**Giveaway is now closed**

Melissa A:


Amy and I both got this from Carol Snow for review and for having her visit us in November:



Melissa P:

Got this from Sue Watson after winning it from loveahappyending.com:



Sue will be visiting CLC on Monday, so stay tuned. :)


Got this from Scholastic Trade Book Publishing for review:



We'll eventually be doing a giveaway for this book, as well.


Cindy:

Got this from Kimberly S. Lin for review:



Becky:

Won this from Choc Lit (along with some delicious chocolate!):




Gail:

Got this from Sibylla Nash for review:



It is also available in Kindle for 99 cents!

Amy:

Won this from Rea Book Reviews:



It's currently $2.99 for Kindle.

Won this from One More Page...




Won this from College Lifestyles:




Won this from Rockland Mother, as well as from Susan McCorkindale herself. Since I only need one copy, I am sharing the other one with a lucky reader from the US.



How to win "500 Acres and No Place to Hide": Tell us about something you did the last time you visited a farm. (If you've never been to a farm, tell us something you'd do if you had a chance to go.) Also, please follow Susan McCorkindale on Facebook and Twitter to earn bonus entries. Please include your e-mail address or another way to contact you if you win.

US only. Giveaway ends 9/27 at midnight EST.

19 comments:

Emily D. said...

The last time I went to a farm, I helped shear sheep.

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holdenj said...

The last time I was at a farm, it was on a field trip with the kids. Other than constantly counting heads of the charges I was responsible for, I remember picking out a pumpkin to take home!
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Audrey said...

My family had the opportunity to tour a mushroom farm and it was awesome. A barn full of hanging sacks of hay, mulch and mold followed by a barn full of racks of little mold cubes with shitakes growing on them. We also toured our CSA farm a few weeks before that, and my son had the opportunity to hold the chicks and ducklings that have by now become our dinner. It's good for him to know these things, I think.

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mep said...

The last time I was at a farm I watched a dear friend get married! mep at nottobrag dot net

BRN2SHOP9 said...

The last time I went to a farm it was the orginal woodstock site, Yasger's farm. They had a farmer's market weekend, but I love going there!

Tiffany Drew said...

The last time I went to a farm I got shocked by the electric fence. This was more than 20 years ago and I thought the cows were adorable, so when my aunt went into the building to buy milk I wandered over the the cows to pet one. I didn't know it was an electric fence so I rested my head on it to reach over to the cow and BAM! Shocked lol. It wasn't very powerful, but I certainly remember it and don't remember ever going back there again.

I follow Susan on FB as Tiffany Drew and on Twitter as @enterthedrew.

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Dolly said...

I'd LOVE to have this book! Cool giveaway!

The last time I was at a farm (my mom's!), I helped catch a bull that got out. No cowboys on horses there - they have a Honda ATV, and you just sort of slowly herd the bull back toward an open gate where someone is shaking a bucket of grain....He didn't really want to be out anyway (no lady cows anywhere nearby....)

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Jilleen said...

I would love to win this book. It is on my To Read List. The last time I was on a farm was last Halloween. It is our family tradition to participate in the haunted hayride. At the end - we buy the best pumpkin doughnuts EVER!

Thanks for the giveaway
Jill at
seasidebooknook at yahoo dot com

Jilleen said...

I "liked" Susan McCorkindale on FB and signed up for her newsletter

Thanks
Jill at
Seasidebooknook at yahoo dot com

Jilleen said...

Following Susan on Twitter!

Thanks again

Jill at
seasidebooknook at yahoo dot com

Susan said...

Does a petting zoo count? That is as close to a farm as I have gotten in a long time. So then that you bee, getting lick on the face by a goat. Yuch!

I am now following Susan on FB.

suzebomb(at)gmail.com

Allison said...

The last time I was on a farm I bought some corn... Wish it was more interesting than that!

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Michelle said...

The last time I was on a farm I was traumatized by a goose chasing me. Mean buggers they are!

missmichb AT gmail DOT com

Margie said...

I haven't been on a farm. But I think I would like to learn to milk a cow!
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Margie said...

liked Susan's Facebook page
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Katie said...

I was just at a farm this morning! I stook my freshman college bio students to a local farm and we took a tour and I bought some locally grown buttercup squash. They loved it!

cookiesncrafts AT gmail DOT com

Nancye said...

The last time I went to a farm I went on a Hay Ride and picked pumpkins.

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

Nancye said...

I follow Susan on FB

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Nancye said...

I follow Susan on Twitter
@NancyeDavis

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net