Tucson Festival of Books Flash Giveaway 9


The rules are simple:
Giveaway starts Saturday morning and closes Sunday night. The winner will be announced that Monday.
All books are in print there will be no substitutions for an electronic version or a different book.
Since the books are autographed if something goes wrong during transient I am UNABLE to replace the prize.
Each giveaway will have some advice provided during one of the panels and a topic that must be answered in order to enter.

This week’s prize is a copy of Concrete Savior by Yvonne Navarro and a deck of romance trading cards.

Comments:
World Building:
– Don’t be shy about saying, “I am writing a book,” when asking for help on research – Maxwell Alexander Drake

To enter leave a comment talking about what topic you would most like to find out about and why.

9 thoughts on “Tucson Festival of Books Flash Giveaway 9”

  1. I love history & a comment I heard the other day has sparked my interest in the invasion & ravage of South America by the Spanish in the early days of the Conquistadors.

  2. I’d love to know more about Norse mythology because I don’t know much about it.

  3. I would like to find out more about Amelia Earhart. I think it is the mystery of what happened to her that is so intriguing.

  4. Thanks for the give away. I would like to read more prehistorical romances, like the ones by Jean M. Auel. I really liked those.

  5. i would like to read more Persian Empire. Not much fiction is written about this empire. This would be interesting to write and have the readers to learn about.

  6. I would love to find out more about the origins of classic fairytales. I love fairytales (and horror) and I’m aware that most of the fairytales that we have grown-up with are just cleaned-up versions and that these stories were originally intended for adults. I really want to read the original versions (the dark twisted ones… like Cinderella being a murderess), not short summaries, which is all I can seem to really find (besides Grimm’s Grimmest).

    Thank you for the giveaway! ^_^

  7. I like old fairy tales.. but more specifically, I like Arthurian legends and tales of Merlin. Anything relating to that would peak my interest.

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