Since July 2010, TNBBC has been bringing authors and readers together every month to get behind the book! This unique experience wouldn't be possible without the generous donations of the authors and publishers involved.
It's the first of the month and you know what that means.
It's time to bring you January's Author/Reader discussion book!
We will be reading and discussing Moon Up, Past Full
with Eric Shonkwiler.
The publisher has graciously given us 15 copies to give away!
5 Print copies for US residents
10 Digital packages which contain a PDF, Mobi, and EPub format of the book (open internationally)
What it's about:
As Faulkner’s voice portrayed the South and Breece D’J Pancake’s represented Appalachia, Eric Shonkwiler captures the Midwest, with this collection of novellas and short stories that peels back the edges of rural existence to expose the heart of it. Through parental neglect, rebellious sons and daughters, drug-addled war veterans, backwoods zombies, injured firemen, car thieves, witch doctors, and Navajo ghosts, Shonkwiler brings you a disregarded world you can no longer ignore—one thriving with the mundane, the bruised, the unheard. Here is the voice of the rest of us, spoken only the way firsthand experience, rooted deep in overworked soil, can say it.
This giveaway will run through December 9th.
Winners will be announced here and via email on December 10th.
Here's how to enter:
1 - Leave a comment here or in the giveaway thread over at TNBBC on goodreads. You must let me know if you are in the US or if you live internationally, (If you are US, please state whether print or digital is your first choice).
2 - State that you agree to participate in the group read book discussion that will run from January 18th through the 24th. Eric has agreed to participate in the discussion and will be available to answer any questions you may have for him.
ONLY COMMENT ONCE. MULTIPLE COMMENTS DO NOT GAIN YOU ADDITIONAL CHANCES TO WIN.
*If you are chosen as a winner, by accepting the copy you are agreeing to read the book and join the group discussion at TNBBC on Goodreads (the thread for the discussion will be emailed to you before the discussion begins).