I have been waiting for months to do this – and really wasn’t sure when would be a good time. Well now seems as good a time as any.
#Woolfalong participants might be aware that Phase 2 of #Woolfalong ends in a couple of weeks. During May/June – Phase 3 of #Woolfalong the theme will be short stories – and during July/August Phase 4 the theme is biography. More about all of that on my #Woolfalong page.
Back in January when someone at Oxford University Press heard about the project I received an email offering me some books. How lovely, the Oxford Classics are real beauties – so I gladly accepted some for myself and a couple for you too. So thanks to the generosity of OUP I have a copy of Flush and a copy of Orlando to give away – which can be read for phase 4 (or sooner if you really can’t wait).
Phase 3 of #Woolfalong comes next – short stories – and for that I have one rather pretty gift edition of Kew Gardens (1919) courtesy of… well me. I saw it and couldn’t resist. The slim little volume contains one short story – produced by Kew publishing it also contains simple black and white illustrations. It will make a perfect little gift – for either yourself or someone else.
If you would like to win one of these three giveaway editions – please leave a comment telling me what your favourite read for #Woolfalong has been – or what you are particularly looking forward to reading if you haven’t had chance to join in yet. Don’t forget to tell me which book you would like. If you are happy to win any of the three then you have three chances to win. I shall close the giveaway on Monday evening (25th April) – and draw the three names using Random.org.
Good luck everyone.