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.

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.

By E_booklover

E is addicted to books. She discovered at an early age that not only were they her transport to far off worlds, adventures, and exotic cultures, but that she ran into far fewer objects if she walked while reading then if she wasn't reading. She reads across several genres, such as: romance, western,mystery, SF/F and its derivatives. She isn't too picky except for good characterization, settings she can imagine, and a story that flows logically... umm so ok -- she wants a good story. Have any to recommend?

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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! ^_^

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

I would love to learn more about India and it’s culture(s) and history.

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