It’s $5 Friday! How well do you know movies based on books?
It’s $5 Friday! Today we’re going to test your knowledge of the world’s most valuable books.
We haven’t done $5 Friday in a while, but it’s time to restart our weekly trivia contest! You have until 8p Monday to tell us your answer. Winner will receive a $5 Barnes & Noble gift card.
Today marks the inaugural edition of our new Friday feature: $5 Friday! Each Friday, we will post a book or reading related trivia question and you can guess the answer in the comments section. We’ll leave the contest open until 8p CST the following Thursday night. I’ll include the winners names (first name, last initial) with the new trivia question on Friday morning.
Kobo has a cool new contest running in the lead up to Dan Brown’s release of his newest book The Inferno, which comes out May 14, 2013.
Contest participants channel their inner Robert Langdon to read three original short stories and solve the clues and ciphers before anyone else.
Labor Day weekend is coming up and if you’re anything like me, you might be looking for some new recipes to share with your friends over the weekend.
So, to help you out, we’re giving away an ebook copy of You Be Sweet: Sharing Your Heart One Down-Home Dessert At A Time by Patsy Caldwell and Amy Lyles Wilson.
Click the blog title for all the details!
The Last Refuge by Ben Coes is Book 3 in the Dewey Andreas series and primarily revolves around the at-odds political landscape of three countries: Iran, Israel and The United States.
Israeli Special Forces Commander Kohl Meir (and great-grandson of Golda Meir) is kidnapped by the Iranians off the streets of New York City. Meir is not only a high-profile name for the Iranians to capture, but he also is one of Israel’s deadliest operatives who specializes in killing terrorists. The Iranians are seeking revenge for the deaths of four of their undercover operatives and believe Meir is responsible. They put on a farce of a public trial and…
A few weeks ago, the What To Expect team sent me a copy of the What to Expect Series of books: What to Expect When You’re Expecting, What to Expect the First Year and What to Expect the Second Year by Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel. In addition to sending me copies of the books to review, they also generously offered two printed sets of books for me to giveaway to two lucky readers! Details for the giveaway are the end of this post.
Since I haven’t experienced what it’s like to be pregnant yet, I took an informal poll around the office, asking all the Moms what they found most helpful about this series. Without fail, they all said…