Sunday, March 4, 2012

BOY 21 Giveaway!

I'm giving away a signed copy of Matthew Quick's BOY 21. 
I dug this book so much I wrote a blurb for it. 


“In BOY21, Matthew Quick has written a completely satisfying and engaging tale about loss, love, family and friendship that I absolutely adored. Smart, fast-paced, heartfelt and, at times, heartbreaking, this book is phenomenal!” 


All you have to do to enter is leave a clever comment on this post. (And those 20 entries from Facebook where this contest started, don't worry. I got you logged!)


Contest ends Monday March 5th at midnight EST. Winner randomly picked by my seven pet fish, if they can please stop mouth fighting for a minute and pay attention.


Go!

13 comments:

Teresa B @rdngteach said...

Clever comment. (does that count?! *giggle)

Becca said...

Is my clever comment less authentic while I am under pressure to be clever?
Is this false cleverness a lie?

bethsflutterby said...

"books have knowledge, knowledge is power, power corrupts, corruption is a crime, and crime doesn't pay..so if you keep reading, you'll go broke"
bethsflutterby@aol.com
:)

Karoline said...

There once was a girl who were clever,
as clever as ever and ever
and she thought in a click
"I must win Matthew Quick
with this 'Boy 21' before never
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Em said...

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bermudaonion said...

I am anything but clever, but I'd love to be entered anyway!

ame1184 said...

i can never be clever under pressure and put on the spot, so just insert clever comment here : )

Sophie said...

I'm not feeling very clever myself, but I just watched a rather clever and very interesting interview with Matthew Quick and his editor. Hope it counts...

Dorms said...

I used to dream you, but you're real tonight
And it's the way everything feels right
It's more than a comfort to know there's nothing left to fight
I've never met you, but you're real tonight

ridge said...

far from what i once was but not yet what i am going to be
-i feel like russ would say this

cliff greyson said...

you can get addicted to a certain kind of sadness

Julie said...

here is my clever comment!

Bonnie said...

Great blurb for a great book.