Friday, March 11, 2016
Friday Freebie: Liar by Rob Roberge, Unslut by Emily Lindin, Mesa of Sorrows by James F. Brooks, Empire of Deception by Dean Jobb, Lives in Ruins by Marilyn Johnson, and Fight Like a Girl by Laura Barcella
Congratulations to Lisa Murray, winner of last week’s Friday Freebie contest: The Miracle Girl by Andrew Roe.
This week’s book giveaway is a grab-bag of recent non-fiction titles: Liar: A Memoir by Rob Roberge, UnSlut: A Diary and a Memoir by Emily Lindin, Mesa of Sorrows: A History of the Awat'ovi Massacre by James F. Brooks, Empire of Deception: The Incredible Story of a Master Swindler Who Seduced a City and Captivated the Nation by Dean Jobb, Lives in Ruins: Archaeologists and the Seductive Lure of Human Rubble by Marilyn Johnson, and Fight Like a Girl: 50 Feminists Who Changed the World by Laura Barcella. Liar, Unslut, and Mesa of Sorrows are hardcovers, the rest are trade paperback editions. Read on for more details about the books...
If you’d like a chance at winning all six books, simply email your name and mailing address to
Put FRIDAY FREEBIE in the e-mail subject line. Please include your mailing address in the body of the e-mail. One entry per person, please. Despite its name, the Friday Freebie runs all week long and remains open to entries until midnight on March 17, at which time I’ll draw the winning name. I’ll announce the lucky reader on March 18. If you’d like to join the mailing list for the once-a-week newsletter, simply add the words “Sign me up for the newsletter” in the body of your email. Your email address and other personal information will never be sold or given to a third party (except in those instances where the publisher requires a mailing address for sending Friday Freebie winners copies of the book).
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