24 January 2015

Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop 2015

It's Australia Day soon and I'm participating in the 2015 Australia Day Book Giveaway Blog Hop for the third year in a row.

The event is being hosted online by Book'd Out, and there are currently 41 Aussie bloggers, authors, booksellers and publishers offering great Australian themed giveaways and FREE stuff!

Carpe Librum is offering readers and followers the chance to WIN one of two prizes:
1st Prize
A $25 gift voucher from Boomerang Books.

2nd Prize
A brand new print copy of The Wrong Girl by Zoe Foster.

To Enter: leave a comment in the form below and tell me what you're reading this Australia Day. 

Eligibility: open to those with an Australian postal address only and entries close at midnight, Tuesday 27th January 2015.

Winners: will be chosen by random.org and announced within 5 days and notified of their win via email. The winners will also be announced here on Carpe Librum in a follow up post.

Once you've entered, please click here to find other exciting Aussie giveaways on offer.

Happy Australia Day and Carpe Librum!

22 comments:

Spark said...

The 9th Girl by Tami Hoag.

Ceri said...

Before I Go by Colleen Oakley

Diva Booknerd said...

This year I'm reading Every Word in preparation for the finale in Ellie Marney's Every series. Awesome Aussie YA.

Thanks for the incredible giveaway <3

Dale said...

The Turning Tide by C.M. Lance

Jessica ( frellathon ) said...

The Vegetarian by Han Kang and thanks for the opportunity

tiensblurb said...

Eden by Candice Fox
Yay, female antihero ;)

Kathryn White said...

I plan to reread Come in Spinner, a great Australian modern classic set during the second world war.

Tracey said...

I'm loving your responses, remember you need to enter your selections into the form above to qualify for the giveaway.

Some of the books you've mentioned I haven't come across before, so I'm off to check them out :-)

Love when that happens, and good luck everyone!

Selwyn said...

I put it in the form, but pasting my comment here too:

I'll be reading: No Place Like Home (Barbara O'Neal), Small Victories (Ann Lammott), and - an Australia Day tradition - the part of A Town Like Alice (Nevile Shute) set in WW2. Though if I finish NPLH tomorrow, there'll be We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves (Karen Fowler) in there too. Unless, of course, something from my TBR pile ambushes me first! I am a polybibliovore!

Marcia B said...

I did fill in a form, so not sure if I'm supposed to post here as well. Currently it's a toss up between The House at the Bottom of the Hill by Jennie Jones, Secrets of Whitewater Creek by Sarah Barrie or Avery by Charlotte McConaghy - will see how the mood takes me after finishing the brilliant one I'm reading now by Shannon Curtis, Runaway Lies. Great giveaway Tracey. Thank you.

Tracey said...

Wow, that's quite a stack Selwyn, and some great choices there Marcia.

Adding your entry comment here is optional, the winner will be chosen from the entrants who submit theirs via the embedded Google Form, hope that clears things up :-)

Teddyree said...

Thanks for the fab giveaway and Happy Australia Day :)

I'm reading The Maxwell Sisters by Loretta Hill and I'll be listening to The Girl on the Train

cobwebcottage said...

Reading: The Petticoat Men by Barbara Ewing.

May said...

I am currently reading Theodore Thomson Flynn, Not Just Errol's Father by Tony and Vicki Harrison.

Agreed, it's a bit of an unusual read but I am finding it fascinating. Why am I reading it ?

Easy. When I was very young I used to really enjoy pirate movies and of course the only good pirate movies in those days starred an Australian actor by the name of Errol Flynn. Once I watched Robin Hood I was a fan for life , and have since read a lot of biographies- some fun, mostly unpleasant - about the actor.

At the library earlier in the week in search of new Australian Authors for another Challenge I stumbled across this book, written by an academic whose only previous writings were Fisheries related.

It's been a great find, not only about the Flynn family, but about Sydney and Tasmania in the 1920s onwards, about our mammals and sea life ( Flynn Snr was a marine biologist and Mammal expert) and is a genuinely interesting read

Tracey said...

Hope you enjoy The Girl on the Train Teddyree, I loved it. Thanks for your entry Cobwebcottage, and May, that's a serious interest in Errol Flynn you have there. That's the joy of reading and books though, there's so much to explore! Good luck to you all.

Amanda Barrett said...

I'm reading one my favourite rural romance authors Karly Lane's latest, Gemma's Bluff

Deborah said...

Not sure if my comment appeared or not. I'm currently reading JD Robb's latest which is out in a week or two!

Deb

Dale Furse said...

Happy Australia Day. :)

Tracey said...

Hope you're enjoying your rural romance today Amanda, and Deborah your response has come through to me via Google Forms. Happy Australia Day to you too Dale and good luck ladies!

Tracey said...

Entries for this giveaway are now closed. Thanks for supporting my giveaway and good luck to everyone who entered :-)

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