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As you all know, I recently hosted The Books of Pellinor giveaway and discussion opportunity. I had an incredible response and was so excited to see so many of you eager to discuss the books regardless of whether you won. Thank you! Unfortunately there could be only one winner, but I’m hoping that though you may not have won you will stick around for the fantastic book discussion we have planned for the series because it’s going to be fantastic. So, without further hesitation, the winner of the Books of Pellinor by Alison Croggon is:

Jessi from The Elliot Review

Congratulations again!

You probably noticed the “again” part. Well, that’s because Jessi and I have been chatting about how we’d like to do the discussion now for about a week; and we think we have a great plan ahead! Take a look:

  • Beginning on October 15th we will have our first discussion/review of the first book, The Naming, including a “Link-up” for anyone wishing to participate. The remainder of the books will follow this schedule:
    – Friday November 19th, The Riddle
    – Friday December 17th, The Crow
    – Friday January 14th, The Singing
  • On the Monday prior to the book review/discussion we will post questions you may want to include in your review/discussion post, though it’s not required.
  • One participant will be selected at random at the end of the discussion (After January 14, 2011) to win a book of their choosing, under $20 USD, and will be open to anyone in the World. So, anyone truly can participate!

So, what do you say? Interested in discussing a great series, meeting new friends and bookies, and possibly winning a free book? Then jump on board by signing up below!

Remember, the books have been out a bit and will most likely be available through your local library. If they don’t have them, they may just order them if you ask!

Thank you again to Candlewick Press for this fantastic opportunity!

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7 Responses to Hodge Podge: The Books of Pellinor Read-A-Long

  1. 1. Congrats to the lucky winner 🙂
    2. OOooooo sounds fun 🙂 I can’t right now but I admire your idea 🙂

  2. Gina says:

    YAY Congratulations to the winner! *throws confetti* Looks like there will definitely be some interesting conversations ahead with this plan out there….can’t wait to see what comes of it!

  3. Suey says:

    Ummm, I someone reads with us! But oh, well if not! We’ll have fun anyway! 🙂

  4. kai charles says:

    Im in! I bought the naming a few years ago and still havent read it! I bought The Riddle today
    🙂

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