Thursday, October 11, 2012

Alaska Book Week Giveaway: Day Six



October 11 featured titles: The Storms of Denali by Nicholas O’Connell (donated by University of Alaska Press) AND Survival—Life and Art of the Alaskan Eskimo by Barbara Lipton (signed and donated by author; now out of print)

We’re giving away two books each day of Alaska Book Week. To win one of today’s featured titles, leave a comment either here or on our Facebook page; one entry per person per day. Winner will be chosen by random drawing each day and announced on this site and on Facebook the following day. We must be able to reach you by email in order to arrange to mail your prize to you.

Congratulations to yesterday’s winner, Patrick Dixon! Please email 49writers@alaskabookweek.com by October 20 with your mailing address so we can send your prize.

Today’s question for comment: Which part of Alaska is the most inspiring to read about?

4 comments:

  1. When I first started doing field clinics, I would read about the are where I was visiting. I loved reading 50 Years Below Zero by Charlie Brower and then meeting his descendants. I loved reading 50 Miles From Tomorrow and then meeting Willie Hensley. I wish I could have met Mudhole Smith and Benny Benson. Without sounding like I am avoiding the question, I must say the most inspiring part of Alaska about which to read is the part I am visiting next. :) which is probably one reason I so love this week - I just can't wait for any excuse to share the place and stories I love with others!

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  2. I am drawn to books about the I side passage

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  3. The ENTIRE state, says this proud Texan!!! :)

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  4. I like to read about any part of the state, at any time in history.

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