Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Free Book: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith

I'm not into vampires. One way to see the color drain from my face is to draw blood from my arm. 

And yet for some reason I felt compelled to order Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith. 

I needed a new book as much as a neck bite. This book will be a departure from what I normally have on my shelf.

If you'd like a chance to try this book, I'm offering a new copy to one lucky winner. Just leave a comment on my post by 12 midnight, Wednesday, March 24, and you're entered. Don't forget your email address too unless I can see it on your profile.

If you live outside of the USA or Canada, I invite you to enter provided you have your own book blog.

Do you like vampires?


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  2. Please count me in also-I do live outside the usa-my profile gives my e mail and book blog-thanks

  3. I won't enter the contest because I'm not sure I could stomach this one, but I am interested to read your thoughts on it when you're done reading.

  4. I'm not a vampire fan, but the premise of the book makes me giggle every time. Abe as a vampire hunter. *giggle* So, I have been thinking about picking up a copy just for that reason. LOL

    My email is in my profile. :)

  5. I'd love to be entered.

    jpetroroy at gmail dot com

  6. Hi
    I would love a chance to win the book.
    I am following you.
    Following you on twitter.loupnw


  7. I really want this book. I just read Pride & Prejudice & Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls, then heard about this. Lincoln's always been one of my favorites, so this story should be a lot of fun to read.

    rick (at) rhodesreview (dot) com

  8. Not sure whether I am tight or frugal but I have tried to win this on every blog imaginable with no success. Lady Luck give me a kiss!


  9. i just started the 2nd Sookie Stackhouse book last evening, so vampires are good with me. I think I already have this one on my list and will get it from the library when available, so no need to enter me.

    Not sure why vampires appeal to me, but they don't all the time, just occasionally. Maybe its an escapist type thing.

  10. I LOVE vampires, though admittedly I faint at the sight of blood. LOL! Great giveaway!

  11. Oh, I'm a big fan of Anne Rice. Twilight was fun but haven't read any of the latest slew of vampire books.

    Really can't wrap my brain around a historical personage like Lincoln fighting vampires--- but I'm very intrigued.

    Please count me in!


  12. Definitely a vampire fan, this one looks great! Lincoln + vampire? xD

    alannakurt at gmail dot com

    Thank you!

  13. Count me in! I was into vampires before vampires were cool. Although I rarely read vampire books these days, I'm a fan of Abe and this one looks like fun. Thanks!

  14. please enter me, I am in the USA


  15. I very nearly bought this book yesterday but put it back down again. Perhaps there was some cosmic reason why it didn't make it into my purchases at the Philadelphia airport (you know, like your giveaway?? -- just kidding). Please consider me entered!

    oakesn at gmail dot com

  16. I haven't read a vampire book in years. Last one was an Anne Rice novel. I think I'm due. Count me in.

    undermyappletree at gmail dot com


  17. i've been wanting to read this one! count me in please!!!

  18. Well, I enjoy reading about Presidents...and at least he's *hunting* vampires instead of emo-ing as one. Can't go wrong with that! I did enjoy Vampire Hunter D (the anime) as a kid so I'd love to give it a try.

    aalba24 [at] gmail [dot] com

  19. **Contest is now closed**

    Thanks for all the entries. I'm closing the contest 2 hours early and heading to bed. The winner is #2, mel u from the Philippines and author of The Reading Life. Please check back for my next contest!

    Aloha from Rob

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