March 31, 2011

GIVEAWAY ENTRY PAGE "SNOWDROPS" by A.D. MILLER ENDED

MARCH 31st to APRIL 14th

SNOWDROPS
by A.D. MILLER

SYNOPSIS (from author's website):
  Nick Platt is an English lawyer living in Moscow during the wild Russian oil boom. Riding the subway on a balmy September day, he rescues two willowy sisters, Masha and Katya, from a would-be purse snatcher.
  Nick soon begins to feel something for Masha that he is pleased to believe is love. As the snow starts to fall, the sisters introduce him to Tatiana Vladimirovna, their aged aunt and the owner of a valuable apartment. Before summer arrives, Nick will travel down to the sweaty Black Sea and up to the Arctic, and he'll make disturbing discoveries about his job, his lover and, most of all, himself.
  Snowdrops is a fast-paced drama that unfolds during a beautiful but lethally cold Russian winter. Ostensibly a story of naive foreigners and cynical natives, the novel becomes something richer and darker: a tale of erotic obsession, self-deception and moral freefall. It is set in a land of hedonism and desperation, corruption and kindness, magical hideaways and debauched nightclubs; a place where secrets, and corpses, come to light when the snows thaw.

THANKS TO LIZ AND THE FABULOUS
PEOPLE FROM DOUBLEDAY
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I HAVE TWO (2) COPIES OF THIS
FAST PACED DRAMA TO GIVE AWAY.
HERE IS WHAT YOU NEED TO DO TO WIN.
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*ALL COMMENTS TO BE SEPARATE*
AND INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS
SO THAT I CAN CONTACT YOU IF YOU WIN
*LEAVE COMMENT: DO YOU THINK YOU
COULD SURVIVE THE RUSSIAN WINTERS?*
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**HONOR SYSTEM**
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WON THIS BOOK FROM ANOTHER
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HAVE THE CHANCE TO WIN
AND READ THIS BOOK.
THANK YOU.
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*GIVEAWAY ENDS APRIL 14th AT 6PM EST*

WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN BY RANDOM.ORG
AND NOTIFIED VIA EMAIL AND WILL
AND WILL HAVE 48 HOURS TO RESPOND
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agent and/or author. This blog hosts the giveaway on behalf of the
above. I received a copy of this book, at no charge to me, in
exchange for my honest review. No items that I receive are
ever sold...they are kept by me, or given to family and/or friends.
I am not responsible for lost or damaged books that are shipped
from agents. I reserve the right to disqualify/delete any entries
if rules of giveaway are not followed


30 comments:

Lisa said...

Russian Winters? I dont think so! (:
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Gigi Ann said...

I hope I never have to find out if I could survive a Russian Winter, however that said, I lived for 58 years in an area that got 200 inches of snow each winter and some winters more.I spent a lot of time snowed in. I moved to Iowa 13 years ago, and we may get from 12-20 inches each year.

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bermudaonion said...

I could survive the Russian winters if I lived in a house with great heating! LOL kathy(at)bermudaonion.net

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I follow you on Twitter. kathy(at)bermudaonion.net

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I think I am your friend on Facebook, but I can't log on to check right now - I keep getting an error message. kathy(at)bermudaonion.net

Bingo said...

This looks like a great book I have had on my TBR list for a while! I think Russian winters would sound great as long as I had the money to support a nice home and warm clothes...I like cold weather (it comes from being in FL all this time)

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Bingo said...

I follow on GFC of course publicly

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I follow on FB as you know

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Bingo said...

I am Bookinbingo following you on Twitter...thanks for a chance at this giveaway!

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Linda Kish said...

There's a reason I live in Southern California. I don't do well in the cold. I am allergic to wool and I have Raynaud's syndrome so my hands and feet get painfully cold. Russian winter's wouldn't work for me.

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I am a GFC follower

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Mona said...

I think I could survive the Russian winters if I had the proper necessities(heated home,warm clothing,my own means of transportation...). I have lived in Wisconsin practically my entire life before moving to Florida.

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Tore said...

I am a follower. Tore923@aol.com

Tore said...

I am an email subscriber. Tore923@aol.com

Tore said...

Please enter me in contest. I would love to read this book. It sounds very good. Tore923@aol.com

The Brazen Bookworm said...

Found you through the Book Hop and am following...

I studied Russian in college, but I've never been there. I think I could survive it provided I have enough books, blankets and vodka. ;)

Really like your blog!

Sarah
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Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

DO YOU THINK YOU COULD SURVIVE THE RUSSIAN WINTERS? I grew up in Michigan and lived there until my early twenties so I think I would have a fighting chance. We had some pretty nasty winters up there.

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Michelle @ The True Book Addict said...

I'm a current GFC follower.

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I follow on Facebook (Michelle Stockard Miller-truebookaddict)

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Anita Yancey said...

I don't think I could survive the Russian winters, because I hate the cold. But I don't mind reading about cold places. Love to read this book. Please enter me. Thanks!

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Anita Yancey said...

I follow publicly on GFC under Anita Yancey.

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Patty said...

I know I'm tough, but I don't think I'm tough enough for a Russian winter!

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Follow via GFC as Patricia
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