Giveaway from JMill Wanders! #TheLiteraryOthers

Hi all! Jenna here. I blog over at JMill Wanders. I hope everyone has been enjoying The Literary Others Reading Event. I’m excited to be hosting the final giveaway for what I consider to be an essential event.

 The Prize
I am giving away one Literary Others book of choice to a randomly selected winner. The book can cost up to $20, and the giveaway is international. The book will be ordered from either Amazon or The Book Depository, so please verify prices on one/both of those sites.

How to Sign Up

It’s simple! Just leave a comment on this post. Please include your favorite Literary Others read, the book you’d like to win, and your email address so I can contact you if you win. You can earn up to two (options) bonus entries for following me on Twitter and Instagram. Let me know in the comment if you’ve done this.

The giveaway will end on Monday, October 31st at 11:59 PM Central Time.

 Best of luck to everyone! Enjoy the rest of the reading event.


6 thoughts on “Giveaway from JMill Wanders! #TheLiteraryOthers

  1. I’ve read three books so far for this year’s Literary Others event, and am currently reading the fourth. All are great, but so far my absolute favourite is The Teahouse Fire by Ellis Avery. A wonderful and well researched book, I absolutely adored it and couldn’t stop thinking about it while I was reading it.

    The book I’d like to win is We are the Ants by Shaun David 🙂 It’s been on my list for quite a while!

    I already follow you on Twitter (@brilliantreads) and started following you on Instagram (brilliant.years). My mailaddress is carola[at]brilliantyears[dot]net

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  2. Tipping the Velvet was a great read!

    I’ve been eyeing Last Seen Leaving by Caleb Roehrig for the longest time. I would love to win that book. Thanks for the chance!

  3. Thank you so much for hosting this. I’ve only read one or two book, depending on where you land on Selma Lagerlöf (I think she’s queer, especially since I read her book The Saga of Gosta Berling). I also finally read Giovanni’s Room, which was really fun since I knew so much about the context of the book. But it was most fun to discuss LGBT with other people and I hope it won’t end here. I just found a book I think would be very interesting on The BookDeposetory: Confessions of Mask by Yukio Mishima. I’m already following you on twitter, and my email is lesserknowngems @

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