This week's WTF Wednesday is all about duplications. Book duplications. You see, upon our recent Big Move into our new abode, we discovered book title duplications. Many book title duplications.
WTF? Are we the only ones who have this problem?
As it turns out, our ineptitude is your gain.
Over the next few weeks, A Reader's Respite will be offering up some of our duplicate titles for you to read and enjoy.
Now anyone who is a serious Historical Fiction connoisseur has devoured Sharon Kay Penman's novels. Falls the Shadow is one of her best, in our considered opinion.
Falls the Shadow is the story of Simon de Montfort, 13th century Earl of Leicester who was the champion of the common people during the inept reign of King Henry III.
Penman is known for her impeccable research that she turns into riveting stories. Once you've read a Penman novel, you will immediately want to read all of them. Really, she's that good.
So good, as a matter of fact, that A Reader's Respite has managed to mysteriously acquire two copies of this particular novel and wants one of you, dear readers, to have one.
So how does this work? Just leave us a comment telling us you'd like to enter.
That's it. So simple. You don't have Twitter this, you don't have to become a follower or subscribe to the blog. Just leave a comment and you're entered. International peeps are always welcome to enter, too.
Just remember to check back here on October 20th to see if you've won!