Tuesday, August 24, 2010

I forgot! I have a copy of Substitute Me to give away

The mind is a terrible thing to...something.

Anyway, leave a comment and I'll enter you to win a copy of Lori Tharps' Substitute Me. Read her Q&A in the post below.

27 comments:

Dasaya Cates said...

This book is on my wish list. Would be even better if I won it!

Jada Bradley said...

I love how you promote books by African American authors. I read Lori Tharps's Kinky Gazpacho and would love to read Substitute Me.

Lovelyn said...

I was planning on buying Substitute Me, but it would be even better to win it.

Shelley Ettinger said...

It's top of my list too. Thank you for this chance.

Niranjana (Brown Paper) said...

I would love to win this! And if I do, I promise to review it on my blog :)

Jacqueline C. said...

I've been looking forward to reading this one!

LaShona Sellers said...

Thanks for the opportunity! This book has been on my "To Read" list since its mention in the NY Times.

Diana Lee said...

Sounds like a great story. I'd love to win the copy!

Katie, HappyGirlHair said...

I would love to win! I'm in line for the lone library copy, but it would be great to own.

bibliophiliac said...

I would love to be entered to win Substitute Me--I am very anxious to read it!

PatriciaW said...

I'm jumping in on this one. I've heard nothing but good things about this book.

Crystal Wilkinson said...

I can't keep up with it all. Thank you for doing it for us. This is now my "goto" site. Very informative. I'm going to check in often.

Thanks

Carleen Brice said...

Thanks Crystal! Glad to know I'm being of service.

goddesspt2 said...

I read Kinky Gazpacho a couple of weeks ago as I'm planning a trip to Spain in the next year. So, I'm looking forward to reading Substitute Me.

Shan said...

I'm looking forward to reading this one (and would love to win a copy.)
I used to take my daughter to swim lessons in the upper class neighbourhood next to ours. I was the only mother without a nanny. I had more in common with the nannies than the other mothers so I spent my time with them, and altogether it was an interesting experience. This is definitely a situation I am interested in reading about.

Drea S. said...

Loved "Kinky Gazpacho", looking forward to reading more from Mrs. Tharps. Thanks for the opportunity!

Denise said...

I've got this in my Amazon wish list, I can't wait to read it!

Dera Williams said...

I read Tharp's memoir, Kinky Gazpacho, and also would like to read Substitute Me. Have you read it yet?

*msatch* said...

I'd love to read this! I've been waiting for this one!

Brenda said...

Would love to read this!

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Aaron said...

Do Canadians count??

Carleen Brice said...

Canadians are welcome to participate!

Sissy said...

This book peaked my interest. I would love to win it.

Mary@DisneyPrincessRecovery said...

Pick me!

Carleen Brice said...

Sissy is our lucky winner!

Sissy said...

Yay, thank you! I cannot wait to read this book. :)