Books Old and New For You. Also, Contest.

Old Books

Here is another great link I came across, about how medieval book collections were cataloged and indexed so they could be found on the shelves. It’s fascinating with loads of great pictures, too. I love the picture of the books chained in the shelves. Get your geek on and click on over.

New Books

I have decided to have a Risky contest in which the winner will receive 1 book from each Risky  — supplied by me. I can try to accommodate international but the expense might end up being prohibitive. I may need to send an alternate prize to a winner outside the US because shipping is crazy expensive even with Book Depository.

To enter, read the rules carefully then leave a comment to this post by Midnight Eastern on December 7, 2014.

Rules

Void where prohibited. Must be 18 to enter. No purchase necessary. International OK, but see the above. Family or employees of the Riskies can’t enter. (Sorry minions, but you’ll get your coal shortly so what’s your problem?) Your comment must be submitted by 11:59:59 PM Eastern on December 7, 2014. Winner selected at random from among the qualified entrants. One entry per person, please. Winner will be notified by email. An alternate winner will be selected if the winner does not reply within 5 calendar days. For digital books, the winner must be able to accept a digital gift from a vendor that allows gifting of books.

To enter, leave a comment where you complete one of the following questions:

1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is  ……..

2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has …..

Go.

 

About carolyn

Carolyn Jewel was born on a moonless night. That darkness was seared into her soul and she became an award winning and USA Today bestselling author of historical and paranormal romance. She has a very dusty car and a Master’s degree in English that proves useful at the oddest times. An avid fan of fine chocolate, finer heroines, Bollywood films, and heroism in all forms, she has two cats and a dog. Also a son. One of the cats is his.
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13 Responses to Books Old and New For You. Also, Contest.

  1. Susan in AZ says:

    At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is picking his nose.

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has a clean handkerchief.

  2. Amy says:

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has a worn a most fetching brooch.

  3. Make Kay says:

    At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is hiding from the chits behind a palm.

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has left her friends to sip champagne.

  4. glossaria says:

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has a small hole in her reticule, and a trail of mistletoe berries scattered behind her.

  5. Lorraine says:

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has …..a French clockwork pistol serving as a hair ornament. Given her reputation, it must be loaded. Who is to be the unlucky victim?

  6. Miranda says:

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe in deep conversation with one of the antique tapestries. As a connoisseur of the amusing and peculiar, you draw nearer. You realize that she is not speaking to the tapestry, but to someone behind it. She catches your eye and quickly pastes a polite expression on her face, but you can see that she would much rather you go away.

  7. Satu M. says:

    1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is glowering at anyone who is dancing with Miss Smythe.

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has filled her dance card even though the ball has just begun. Just my luck.

  8. 1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is trying to avoid his former mistress, and his former lover, and a countess with whom he had a brief affair. Where is the nearest exit?

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe is standing in front of the French windows into the gardens through which you hope to make your escape. She really is quite lovely. Wait. That’s how you got into this mess!

  9. LoriA says:

    1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is not as bored as he’d expected to be, after agreeing to attend to please his godmother.

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has left. You are now bored.

  10. Joy Daniels says:

    1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is watching Miss Smythe like a lion hunting gazelle.

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe is inviting you to give chase. Game on.

  11. Margaret says:

    You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has dropped her handbag, its contents scattering across the floor in a jumble. As she attempts to rapidly scoop the items back within the brocade confines, you cannot help but notice the slender silver stiletto that she reaches for first…

  12. Barbara Elness says:

    1. At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is ……..searching for the one woman he’s sworn to make his own.

    2. You are Lord Hawkington and you have noticed Miss Smythe has …..danced with every rake and reprobate in attendance and is enjoying keeping just out of your reach all evening.

  13. bn100 says:

    At a Regency Ball, Lord Hawkington is hiding behind some bushes

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