Friday, April 17, 2015

"Little Women" Giveaway!

Here it is, folks!  We're half done with Little Women, and it's time to celebrate.

This giveaway is open world-wide.  I will choose the winners one week from today, on Friday, April 24, 2015.  I will then email the winners at the address provided to the widget, and they will have one week to reply with their mailing address.  If a winner does not reply by Thursday, April 30th, I will disqualify them and pick a new winner.

PLEASE make sure your information for the giveaway widgets includes your current email address so that if you win a prize, you'll get my email informing you that you won!

There are two prizes:

A paperback copy of Little Women -- the Barnes & Noble Classics edition, with an introduction and endnotes by Camille Cauti.  If you don't have your own copy, or if your copy doesn't include both Little Women and Good Wives (aka Books 1 and 2, or Parts 1 and 2), or if you have a friend who simply ought to have a copy, this is a lovely edition!

(I bought this new from Barnes & Noble.)

The Quiet Little Woman.  This is actually three Christmas stories by Louisa May Alcott:  the novella The Quiet Little Woman and the short stories "Tilly's Christmas" and "Rosa's Tale."

(I found this at the used book store.)

I will draw two winners, one for each book, so please comment below to tell me which of these you would rather have if you win.

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  1. Sorry, I comment again just in case the first one didn't reach you. I prefer The Quite Little Woman.

  2. Oooh!:) If I win, I think I'd prefer the Little Women paperback. My family has a copy, but it's a bit cumbersome…plus, I just like to have my own copy sometimes;)

  3. Very fun! I'd pick The Quiet Little Woman as I have a copy of LW and that way someone else can enjoy it, too. ;)

    And a quick note: that painting on LW is on my Jane Eyre cover and I LOVE it!

    1. Is it closer up on the figure in black, for JE? I think that would work really well!

    2. It's kinda closer -- but your eye's drawn so much to the governess's figure anyway it's simply fantastic. ;)

  4. I would pick The Quiet Little Woman because I have several copies of Little Women. Is that weird or strange to have many copies of one book?

    1. It's probably weird or strange. But you're not alone. I have 5 copies of Jane Eyre, two each of Persuasion and Northanger Abbey and Pride and Prejudice, and so many of Hamlet that I worry people will question my sanity. (There are also a few movies I have more than one copy of, but let's not go there.)

  5. I would love The Quiet little woman! :)

  6. What a sweet giveaway! You are so generous! I would love the paperback copy of Little Women...I used the family copy for the read-along, but one of my own would be wonderful!
    Looking forward to the second half of the read-along...I love the 'Good Wives' part:)
    Much love!

  7. I would like the copy of Little Women. My edition only contains part 1.


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