Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Free Book: The Lunatic, The Lover and The Poet

I'm eagerly awaiting the release next week of The Lunatic, The Lover and The Poet by Myrlin A. Hermes. I've pre-ordered my copy from Barnes and Noble and would like to do the same for a reader of this blog.

If you'd like a chance to enter, just leave a comment on this post by 9:00pm (Hawaiian Standard Time), Sunday, February 14. This contest is open to readers everywhere.

Myrlin Hermes grew up on Maui and was one of the first people to leave a comment on my new blog. Here's what she had to say about her book:

"It's a prequel to Hamlet based on the premise that the prince was actually in love with Horatio, who narrates the tale. The plot is inspired by Shakespeare's sonnets.."

For more information, be sure to check out the book's Facebook page and blog.


  1. I would love a chance to win![at]gmail[dot]com

  2. Thanks E.J. for entering and being the first to start the contest. Good luck and I'll announce the winner on February 15.

    Aloha from Rob

  3. Please count me in! Thank you for the opportunity to win this book.

    cyeates AT nycap DOT rr DOT com

  4. I think Hamlet and Horatio do make a better couple than Hamlet and Ophelia. :) Please enter me into the giveaway too!


    mdperera at hotmail dot com

  5. I am definitely in -

    Thanks for becoming a follower of Page Turners, I have also become a follower of your blog, its really great!

  6. I'd like to be counted in!

    Could you also checkout my blog please?

    Bry xx

  7. Hamlet is my favourite of Shakespeare's.

    I'd love a chance at this book - it sounds fantastic =]

    alannakurt at gmail dot com

    Great blog, by the way =]

  8. Please count me in Rob. :)

    I miss Kauai!

  9. I would love to be in the running for this book. Please count me in.


  10. Count me in as well!

  11. Please enter me in this contest.


    Thank You

  12. My thanks to everyone who entered for a free copy of The Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet.

    The lucky winner is Mystica from Sri Lanka.

    Take care and best wishes,

    Books Are Like Candy Corn


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