Wednesday, April 10, 2013

It's That Time of Year Again...


Central-Park-spring-09012.jpg Bright mornings and late sunsets, those small, budding leaves on trees, the refreshingly warm days ahead of us: for all intents and purposes, spring has arrived. With the recent heat wave, it seems that everyone is ready to shed their winter coats for good (or at least until the Fall chill creeps in) and welcome fresh air, bright flowers, picnics in the park, and massive amounts of greenery.

With the onset of spring comes the slightly less exhilarating task of spring-cleaning. It’s a necessary evil that we all must face at some point. Even at Overlook we must sweep those dusty corners and take inventory of our behemoth bookshelves. In the process, we discovered a deluge of buried treasures: signed copies of books from a variety of genres. We found both The Wentworths and Chemical Pink by Katie Arnoldi if you are at a loss for great park reading and loads of Penny Vincenzi epic romance sagas to make your heart flutter in this season of love. But perhaps spring puts you in more of a creative mood—Milton Glaser’s Art is Work and Drawing is Thinking are stunning books that easily inspire. We also unearthed a few suspense thrillers by the great R.J. Ellory and Dave Zeltserman if you would rather add some dark adventure to your sunny days. Regardless of your plans in the next few months, Overlook is your one-stop shop for spring reading.  In the spirit of spring cleaning—we are willing to give away a stack of these precious signed copies. We’re offering up two books of your choice to three different entrants. For a chance to win, please follow us on Facebook and Twitter (we’re also on Tumblr and Pinterest!), and leave a comment below with your selections. The complete list up for grabs is below:

Glad we cleaned?


·      The Wentworths by Katie Arnoldi
·      Chemical Pink by Katie Arnoldi
·      Art is Work by Milton Glaser
·      Drawing is Thinking by Milton Glaser
·      A Quiet Vendetta by R.J. Ellory
·      A Simple Act of Violence by R.J. Ellory
·      Free Radicals by Michael Brooks
·      The Escape of Sigmund Frued by David Cohen
·      Dead Men by Richard Pierce
·      Walking English by David Crystal
·      Wicked Pleasures by Penny Vincenzi
·      Another Woman by Penny Vincenzi
·      Into Temptation by Penny Vincenzi
·      No Angel by Penny Vincenzi
·      Any Day Now by Terry Bisson
·      Free Radicals by Michael Brooks
·      Between the Sheets by Lesley McDowell
·      Daughter of Providence by Julie Drew


Winners will be chosen at random tomorrow by 12pm.

10 comments:

Stephen Lyons said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Would love the two Ellory books and Art is Work, by Glaser.

Anonymous said...

Would love the two Ellory books and dead men by pierve. Thankyou for the give away

petite said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. I would enjoy: Daughter of Providence and Walking English and The Wentworths.

traveler said...

This is lovely. My picks are Wicked Pleasures, Into Temptation and Another Woman.

Mathaniel Lehmann said...

So many of these sound enjoyable. I've read Free Radicals and liked it a lot. I would love The Wentworths, A Quiet Vendetta or Dead Men.

Sofia T. said...

What a great giveaway! I choose Walking English and The Escape of Sigmund Freud. Thank you!

Reid Harris Cooper said...

The Terry Bisson book would be great to score a copy of.

As well as the Milton Glaser's

K.D. Alter said...

Wow. David Pierce's Dead Men looks interesting, and so does Free Radicals by Michael Brooks. Wish me luck!

C said...

Hi Michael!

I somehow don't own any Milton Glaser books but would love to.

Thanks,
Courtney

Anonymous said...

I would love to win Milton Glaser books ART IS WORK & DRAWING IS THINKING.