Win My Book! Woo! Part Two: Thankful Boogaloo

"Is it true that Mike's book was given a star by Kirkus, Mama?" "It is true Sarah dear."
“Is it true that Mike’s book was given a starred review by Kirkus, Mama?”
It’s true, Sarah dear.”

Yep, for the third week in a row, I’m asking you to visit another blog.

I’d feel a little guilty about doing this if the blogs weren’t fantastic – but they ARE!

Susanna Leonard Hill, perhaps the most selfless person on the planet, has interviewed me! If you leave a comment over at her place by Wednesday, you will be entered in a random drawing to win a free copy of SARAH GIVES THANKS!

The Grand (and only) Prize!
The Grand (and only) Prize!

So get going and good luck!

Oh, but you probably want extra copies for your family and friends, right? So while you’re waiting for Susanna’s contest results, feel free to buy the book here!

I’ll stop shilling the book now.

Win My Book! Woo!

November 28th is just around the corner! That means I gotta get out there and plug my book!

This is it!
This is it!

SARAH GIVES THANKS is a picture book biography about Sarah Josepha Hale, the celebrated magazine editress who, in the mid-19th century, led a grassroots movement to turn Thanksgiving into a national holiday. You can learn a bit more about my book and read the reviews here.

Wanna win a free copy? You DO? Awesome!

But you’re in the wrong place.

Head on over to Vanessa Chapman’s blog. She interviewed me last week (and, as you’ll see, took a few liberties with Photoshop). Leave a comment on or before November 6, and you will be entered in a random drawing to win your very own copy of SARAH!

Can I hear a WOO?

By the way, while there, you might want to follow Vanessa’s blog. Vanessa is one of the best bloggers I know.

GOOD LUCK!

She's the boss.

Oh, and if you’re one of those people who never wins any contests, you can always just buy a copy of SARAH GIVES THANKS. By doing so, you can put some loose change into a writer’s pocket. Wouldn’t that be a nice thing to do?

Answer: Yes, yes it would.