*CLOSED* Literary Giveaway Blog Hop

The Literary Giveaway Blog Hop is hosted by Judith at Leeswammes’ Blog and runs Oct. 15- Oct. 19. I’m posting a little early because it’s an international hop, with people in different time zones.

Between now and Wednesday, October 19th, you can hop to over 50 different book blogs, all offering one or more giveaways of books or bookish items. All books are literary (non)fiction or something close to that. Follow the links at the bottom of this post to find the other participating blogs.

I’m giving away What About the Boy?: A Father’s Pledge to His Disabled Son by Stephen Gallup. You can read my review here.

To enter, just fill out the form below. Comments will not count as entries. I’m leaving comments open in case there are questions (or some people like to leave a comment as a reminder to themselves that they’ve already entered).

Just enter your name and email address to enter. (US only) Additional entries for sharing on Facebook, Twitter, or your blog. You can easily do those three things right from this post, using the buttons at the bottom of the post. (To get the link for the fb post or tweet, just click on the time stamp below your post.)

Following is always appreciated, but it’s not a method of entry.

After you enter here, be sure to check out the other blogs participating. (Most of the giveaways are open worldwide.)

Entry will close at 11:59 PM EDT, Wednesday, October 19, 2011. Winner will be chosen using www.randomizer.org and will be notified by email. Winner will have 48 hours to reply to claim the book. Sorry, US only. 

6 thoughts on “*CLOSED* Literary Giveaway Blog Hop

  1. i have a son with autism and it took 6 years to get him the help he needed in school it is so hard to deal with people who care more about their paychecks than the kids they're suposed to help thank God he's finnaly in a school where he can thrive

  2. This book sounds fascinating. As a disabled woman I have a small idea of what a fight it can be to get help from any number of organizations, peaple and places for health and medical problems. But my experience doesn't come close to what steve Gallup and his wife had to do for their son.

    I have not heard of this book until now but I will be reading it soon whether I win your giveaway or not.

    Thank you for choosing this book for your giveaway!


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