Sunday, August 2, 2009

Giveaway: Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz


Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz cover


Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz
by Belinda Acosta


Trade Paperback: 315 pages
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
First Released: 2009

Author Website


I really enjoyed this book, so I've decided to hold a giveaway contest for my review copy of Damas, Dramas, and Ana Ruiz by Belinda Acosta. You can learn more about the book by reading my review.

Due to shipping costs, this contest is for USA residents only.

To enter the giveaway:

1) you can twitter me saying "@genrereviewer Enter me to win DAMAS, DRAMAS, AND ANA RUIZ because ________." (You need to fill why this book sounds interesting to you.)

OR

2) You can leave a comment to this post asking to be entered and giving the reason why this book sounds interesting to you.


The winner will be randomly selected. I'll announce the winner at noon (Central Time, Daylight Savings Time) on August 13th on this blog. If you entered using twitter, I'll send you a @ or DM telling you of your win and asking where to send the book. If you entered using the blog comments, you'll need to leave your e-mail address or check back to see if you won so you can e-mail me your shipping address.

I hope everyone has fun with this!

15 comments:

kathy55439 said...

I love it http://twitter.com/kathy55439/statuses/3095951947

MoziEsm├ę said...

This looks great! I love the idea of Spanish words thrown in, and women that don't jump into bed at every opportunity!

janemaritz at yahoo dot com

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

No need to enter me, Debbie. I'm dropping in to say thanks for the e-mail. I've got this posted at Win a Book for you.

jemscout425 said...

it sounds like my daughter and her friends. always interesting
pksanddancer(at)yahoo(dot)com

alexandrea said...

I would like to be entered, thank you!
I have been interested in quincea├▒eras for the last several years. I enjoy learning about cultural traditions, and would love to read something that includes it (not to mention that books about women learning lessons about being strong always teaches me at least one tidbit to help me on my own journey)

wendy said...

I would like to be entered because I am always fascinated reading about strong women from other cultures and how that strength is expressed within cultural limitations.

madamerkf at aol dot com

tetewa said...

I'm always looking for new authors to read, count me in! tWarner419@aol.com

SerieslyReady said...

This book got placed on my BIWR list a few days ago. I'm trying to diversify my reading. That's one of the reasons I want to read it. Plus, the synopsis sounded really nice. Is the book funny? I've been waiting a while for one of those.

Genre Reviewer said...

SerieslyReady,

First, are you asking to be entered in the giveaway or are you simply needing questions answered?

Second, yes, the book is humorous, but it's not a comedy. The "narrator voice" pulls out the humor in the situation even though what's happening is often serious.

Hope this helped.

Jessica said...

Everyone has family issues so a book one can relate to from time to time is appealing. As is the reverse and wanting to read something completely different. But it depends on the moment and it sounds good.
jessica(at)fan(dot)com

sharon54220 said...

I would love to be entered. Thanks for the chance. The book sounds great, and I've been trying to branch out.

sharon54220@gmail.com

Candie said...

I would love a fun sassy book right now. Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

kalea_kane said...

I think it is always nice to read books that may be from a different ethnic perspective but still cover a universal topic. Please enter me. Sounds great!

kalea_kane(at)yahoo(dot)com

Miranda said...

Looks like a awesome read

Genre Reviewer said...

Miranda,

Thanks for stopping by. Sorry you missed the giveaway, but I'm glad you got to learn about the book since it sounds interesting to you. :)