Gratitude Giveaways Box of books US & 3 more prizes

Sher A Hart here. First, I’d like to thank Kathy at I Am A Reader Not A Writer for hosting this great Gratitude Giveaways Hop.  We have two prize packs. I am giving away a box of my used fantasy/SF books to a US winner. This will be a US postal service medium priority box which takes about 6-12 books to fill depending on size. Some of the book pictures are within this post. My blog partner, author Paul R. Hewlett, is giving away a $20.00 prize pack including any of his  ebooks from Amazon and winner’s choice on the rest. This can include his paperbacks if the winner is a US resident. 


Now for a quick reminder that Paul R Hewlett’s blog tour has started and you can read a review of Lionel’s Christmas Adventure at TinerBooks blog. To purchase Lionel’s Christmas Adventure eBook click here. I’m happy to announce that you can also purchase a paperback by clicking on the book picture below. How can you resist? I love this cover.

I have about 10 boxes of old SF and fantasy books, and some newer. Only authors with last names A-H are pictured (except for some guy books), so please ask for any older titles in the upper alphabet. Keep in mind that hardbacks and oversize paperbacks take more space. You can choose 1 or 2 hardbacks and mix and match the rest to your heart’s content.

I used these same pictures for my old books and chocolate contest, so pay attention to the captions under each picture so you’ll know which books were already taken.

The Anybodies is gone.
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow and Masquerade are both gone. 
Catch as Cat Can is gone. I have a couple other cat detective books though.
Hart’s Hope, Speaker for the Dead, and Xenocide are gone. 
Here’s a hardback for size comparison to trade paperbacks.
The  middle two paperbacks by Terry Goodkind are gone but I have a new hardback in the same series, Faith of the Fallen, below.

Both of these are large hardbacks.

Now for some guy books we ended up with, not all mine so don’t ask me if I liked them. Some were my sons’ books, and who knows where the rest came from?

Both hardbacks. Kiln People is an inch taller and twice as thick as Prince of the Blood.
That’s most of my lower alphabet books (written for adults). I have many upper alphabet authors including a large full box of Andre Norton and half a box of Anne McCaffrey. Please ask for other upper alphabet authors and books for teens. I have a large stash of those too but didn’t take pictures.  I get an E for effort. Whew! I’m very grateful for your support.

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After browsing all those book pictures, don’t forget to fill out the Rafflecopter below (it’s easy, only 1 task) to enter our giveaways. Also, please leave a comment about which books you might like to win. So you know ahead of time, that’s not the comment the Rafflecopter asks for. I’m just curious.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Also, please visit Paul R. Hewlett on tour with Lionel Snodgrass, his twelve-year-old main character. For a list of dates click here. Some late Nov. and early Dec. dates are still open for blogger sign ups with a FREE spot on the Rafflecopter for your efforts. Paul’s tour has
two more Giveaways, one for a $25 Amazon gift card and a 3 book prize pack of all three Lionel’s Grand Adventure ebooks that’s open 4 days longer than the Gratitude Giveaway. Here’s the Hop Image that goes with Lionel’s Christmas Adventure book launch.

Today Paul is at Suzanne Purvis- Passions and Pursuits. However, Suzanne didn’t include the Got Great Giveaways Hop Rafflecopter form in her post. You can enter at yesterday’s tour stop, Katheryn Lane or you can enter through the form below. 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Done entering both giveaways? Then please check out the other great giveaways on the family friendly blogs in the linky lists below. The first is Gratitude Giveaways and the second is Got Great Giveaways. Thanks everyone for stopping by and don’t forget to comment!

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Indie author-friendly freelance editor, children's book blogger for picture books through YA, kid lit, SF/fantasy lover with special fondness for middle grade, pun-loving SCBWI member, meter-maid for poetry and rhyming picture books.


  1. I see so many good books up there! I love Terry Brooks. But I think anything other than the Brotherhood of War books would be great. I’ve read and have the whole Merlin series by TA Barron. Very good stories.

    • Hey, Lisa. I estimate the pictures are fewer than half of my books, so if you win, I’ll be sure NOT to send the Brotherhood of War books. I think those came from my hubby’s co-worker. Thanks for entering and I hope you win!

  2. What an awesome giveaway! I can’t sign up as I live in Egypt, but my best wishes to all those who enter. (Are you really giving away ENDER’S GAME? My copy will stay in my library forever and probably be buried with me! lol)

  3. So many books to choose from. I’ll take any you want to send. thanks for giveaway.

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