It’s time for the Literary Giveaway Blog Hop again. I love this giveaway hop. A lot of the hops around are centred on YA fiction, so it’s great to see some giveaways of books which are more of the types of books I would like! The Literary Giveaway Blog Hop is hosted by Judith @ Leeswammes’ Blog. It’s one of my favourite blogs so I recommend you go and have a look even if you’re not taking part in the hop.
This time I’m giving away a copy of The Memory Keeper’s Daughter from my own shelves. This giveaway is only open in Europe, sorry.
I’m doing something a bit different this time. Everyone who enters gets one free entry. Then we’re going to play a game for extra entries.
Below are the first lines of five literary novels. For each book you can guess correctly I will add an extra entry. If you’re not entering but would like to play the game then you can leave your answers in comments which I will switch to moderated for the time of the hop.
Fill in your answers on the form below, you’re answers will only be visable to me.
Right her are the quotes, I have blanked out any words which would too easily give out the answer:
“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen”
“Dr ****** had enjoyed a satisfactory day in which none of his patients had died or got any worse”
“The world begins anew with every birth, my father used to say. He forgot to say, with every death it ends”
“‘Marx has completely changed the way I view the world,’ declared the Paliéres boy this morning, although ordinarily he says nary a word to me”
“When he was thirteen my brother *** got his arm badly broken at the elbow”
Have a look at the linky list to enter more giveaways.
Thank you 🙂