Monday, August 31, 2009

Sourcebooks B&N Heyer Receipt Promotion & Book Giveaway!

Danielle from Sourcebooks recently shared some exciting news with me:

This September, Sourcebooks is exclusively releasing THE FOUNDLING by Georgette Heyer in Barnes & Noble stores Nationwide!!

Sourcebooks is holding a fabulous receipt promotion! Send us your receipt/proof of purchase of The Foundling from your local Barnes & Noble to our office or a scanned receipt in an email to danielle.jackson@sourcebooks.com and you’ll be entered to win a $200 Barnes & Noble gift card! Receipts must be dated between September 1 – September 31, 2009, and can be from an in-store or online purchase. Any questions please contact danielle.jackson@sourcebooks.com.

But WAIT—you can win a book from Sourcebooks now! As a thank you to Booking Mama for helping spread the word about our B&N Heyer Receipt Promotion, Sourcebooks is giving away 2 books from the list of books below! Leave a comment about your favorite Heyer moment and you’ll be entered to win your choice of book! 2 winners—US and Canada addresses only please.

Sourcebooks is so excited about the warm embrace everyone has given the Georgette Heyer reissues! Good luck—we look forward to hearing from you!

Send your Barnes & Noble THE FOUNDLING receipts to:

Sourcebooks, Inc.
c/o Publicity
PO Box 4410
Naperville, IL 60567

Remember: Leave a comment! Two lucky commenters will be able to choose a book from the following:

1. The Spoken Word Revolution edited by Mark Eleveld
2. Poetry Speaks Expanded edited by Elise Paschen and Rebekah Presson Mosby
3. Letters From Pemberley by Jane Dawkins
4. How (Not) to Have a Perfect Wedding by Arliss Ryan
5. Hundreds of Years to Reform a Rake by Laurie Brown
6. A Chain of Voices by Andre Brink
7. First Lady by Michael Malone
8. The Ultimate Bartenders Guide by Ray Foley
9. Improvisation for the Spirit by Katie Goodman
10. The Successful Novelist by David Morrell

Join our Georgette Heyer mailing list!

I will select the winners on September 7th and notify them by e-mail, so please make sure I have a way to contact you!

30 comments:

imbookingit said...

I hope this is open to those of us that don't have a favorite Heyer moment because we haven't read any of her books.

She's been on my list for years, I just never got around to acquiring any of her books. The promotion might be the motivation that I need :-).

Virginia said...

Georgette Heyer is in a league by herself. She is, quite simply, a "Queen". I first entered her world almost forty years ago as a young preteen girl dazzled by her flair for romance. After all these years, I am still captivated by her wit and romantic style! gcwhiskas at aol dot com

lag123 said...

I have never read one of her books but would love to have a favorite Heyer moment.

lag110@mchsi.com

Sara J. Henry said...

Favorite Heyer moment? Let's just say it's opening up the box full of Georgette Heyer paperbacks I inherited from my mom, picking out one and settling down to read - a double trip back in time, to the world of her books and remembering reading them the first time way-too-many years ago as a teenager.

Anonymous said...

A favorite Heyer moment would be
opening up a book of hers for the
first time. I've not had the
pleasure of reding any of her books. so I really hope to win one.

Thanks.

jeanereads(at)sbcglobal[dot] net

Linda said...

Favorite Heyer moment is anytime one opens up an unread Heyer novel, favorite novels are Grand Sophy and These Old Shades. Aren't we all thankful that Sourcebooks are reissuing these wonderful books w/ beautiful covers!
lcbrower40(at)gmail(dot)com

HODGEPODGESPV said...

it has been about 30 or 40 years since i last read one of her books...i think it was on the regency books. the only thing i can remember is that i liked her and don't know why i stopped reading her. how sad is that.
spvaughan@yahoo.com

Bridget said...

Hi! Just posted this fantastic contest on Win A Book! Don't enter me, though.

cpullum said...

The First lady looks like a great read!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I've not had a Heyer moment, but I'd sure love to have one. My fingers are crossed for this giveaway!

bgcchs(at)yahoo(dot)com

Gerbera Daisy Mom said...

I bought my 1st Georgette Heyer this weekend at Sam's Club of all places!! Who knew???

I can't wait to start it!

I would loved to be entered in the contest.
melmccurdy at sbcglobal dot net

Neas Nuttiness said...

Shame on me - but I've never read any of Georgette Heyer's books. But I have added her to my Must Be Read, list of authors.

If I can still be included, I'd love to win a copy of Letters From Pemberley, by Jane Dawkins.

Thanks

libneas[at]aol[dot]com

Laura's Reviews said...

I love Georgette Heyer and do not have particular favorite moment. I love the stories, witty characters, and fantastic regency setting. I am definitely going to have to check out The Foundling! I am very excited about how her books have been getting reissued over the past few years.

Please enter me in this fantastic giveaway!

laarlt78 at hotmail dot com.

Anonymous said...

My favourite Heyer moment was discovering her books in the first place.


ennsee72(at)hotmail(dot)com

bridget3420 said...

Ooh! What a great list.

bjhopper(at)me(dot)com

throuthehaze said...

I havent read her books before so my favorite moment would be when I first read one of her books
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

Marjorie said...

An awesome giveaway, count me in.
I am a subscriber and a follower.

cenya2 at hotmail dot com

Wanda said...

My favourite Heyer moment was finding "The Unfinished Clue" at a book sale.
wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

Amanda said...

I have not read any of her books, but I have been meaning too for awhile.

amandarwest@gmail.com

Debbie Rodgers said...

Finding out Why we should Shoot the Butler

tatamagouche AT netbundle DOT ca

ossmcalc said...

I have not had a Heyer moment as I have never read any of her books. It is hoped that I will have the opportunity to read some of her works in the near future.

Please enter me into this giveaway.

Thank you,

Christine
womackcm@sbcglobal.net

nfmgirl said...

Yeah, I'm one of those who hasn't read Heyer yet, but I hope to try a few of her books, like Cotillion.

nfmgirl AT gmail DOT com

Nancye said...

I, too, have never read a Heyer book. I'd like to read one. She sounds like a very talented writer.

nancyecdavis AT bellsouth DOT net

Andrea said...

I've actually haven't gotten the chance to read any of her books yet but I would love the chance to.
andie.v107(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I haven't had an opportunity to read any of Ms Heyer's books...but I would welcome the chance to do so...please count me in this wonderful promotion...thanks.

karen k
kmkuka(at)yahoo(dot)com

fitz12383 said...

I don't have a favorite Heyer moment yet, but hopefully you can provide me with the means to gain one!

Amanda
fitz12383(at)hotmail(dot)com

Debs Desk said...

I have never read a Georgette Heyer book. Please include me in your giveaway.
Thanks
Debbie
debdesk9(at)verizon.net

budletsmom said...

I have never read one of her books but it sounds like I need to.

budletsmom at yahoo dot com

Caffey said...

I remember being introduced to a Heyer book from my mom! I used to visit her room each night and she would show me the romance books she had on her shelf and which ones she had read and loved. She read alot of series books, but too just about anything! I remember I read a couple of Heyers but I didn't read more of them til Source book re-released them and I realized how much I missed! I was trying to figure out which two books I read already so that I could re-read them in my mom's memory. I'm not good at remembering tho, so I went with BLACK SHEEP. I can't explain the feeling it was, the goosebumps and joy I got reading that one! I then remembered that I got that 'feel' when I read Georgette Heyers two books and got that with BLACK SHEEP! So far I've bought about 5 of the re-releases from Sourcebooks and so many more I still want to get! I too love that they have the Jane Austen related books! So for me, that moment is the joyful comfort when reading them!

cathiecaffey(at)gmail.com

Mystica said...

I love her books - everyone of her books is a winner!


The Grand Sophy was good and every other one was better and better!


Mystica

mystica123athotmaildotcom