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Thursday, 21 March 2013

World Poetry Day Giveaway




I’m giving away a copy of Rebecca Gethin’s A Handful of Water in celebration of today. Just leave a comment saying why you’d like to read it.

9 comments:

Vanessa Gebbie said...

Goodness, why wouldn't I? Cinnamon poets are rather good!

SarahJane said...

Hi Caroline! Read your review on Good Reads and would be thrilled to read this too.

Anonymous said...

Because as someone at the start of their own journey into writing I would love to be immersed in and inspired by these rich inner landscapes

k.s.littleton@hotmail.co.uk

Mavis said...

A Handfulof Water is on the to-read pile by my bed and I don't need to order Convoy as I've selected it for my book club choice. I'm really looking forward to reading both.

Megan McK. G. said...

Hi, Caroline!
I enjoyed your review on Goodreads, too. I'm especially interested in her poems related to her work with prisoners.

Megan McK. G. said...

Hi, Caroline.
I also enjoyed your review on Goodreads. I'm especially interested in reading her poems based on her work with prisoners.

Caroline M Davies said...

You might say that Vanessa - I couldn't possibly comment.

Glad you found your way here Karen.

I shall put all your names into the hat.

Caroline M Davies said...

And the name that came out of the hat was Sarah Jane - much to the delight of my elder son who agreed to do the draw and to whom the name Sarah Jane means one of Doctor Who's companions.

SarahJane said...

Yeah! Can't wait to read it. Thanks Caroline. I'll be sending you one of my chapbooks as thanks.