We at TMR think it is time for an early winter giveaway of four great titles from #ReadAtlantic publishers. These four titles represent three different publishers: Pottersfield Press, Breakwater Books and Nimbus Publishing. There is a novel, a collection of poetry, a short story collection and a non-fiction title. Something for everyone, to give or keep for yourself!
- Winter Road, a collection of short stories by New Brunswick’s Wayne Curtis
- Waiting for the Small Ship of Desire, a collection of Allan Cooper’s newest poetry
- Melt, a novel by Heidi Wicks
- Kings of Friday Night, a non-fiction book about The Lincolns, a legendary Truro band of the 1960’s
A prize pack worth over $80.00!
To be eligible to enter, please leave a comment below telling us the name of the book you are reading right now, or a book you have read this year. It doesn’t have to be CanLit, but all the better if it is. (Note that all comments require approval, so it may not appear right away). We ship to Canadian address only.
One entry per email address!
The contest closes in one week on December 5th, 2020. CLOSED!
139 thoughts on “Winter 2020 #ReadAtlantic Giveaway!”
Currently reading Bone & Bread by Saleem Nawaz
I “won” a $250 gift certificate at Indigo at the Giller Bash and treated myself to a stack of ten (10!) CanLit books that I am practically salivating to start. Frustratingly, a stack of old interlibrary loan holds just came through, so I’m currently just starting Old Baggage by Lissa Evans.
Maybe I’ll indulge myself and save the CanLit for January – what a way to start the year!
The Fiddlehead, Autumn 2020
One of my favourite books that I finished this year was “Catch my Drift” by Genevieve Scott.
I’m reading Indians on Vacation by Thomas King.
I’m in between books tonight, but recently finished reading Shut Up, You’re Pretty by Tea Mutonji!
I was reading The Invisible Life of Ivan Isaenko but stopped halfway. I just read on Goodreads that the author was contacting someone who had written a poor review of it, insulting her, then he made a fake profile and continued. I’m glad I didn’t finish the book.
I just started Better Man by Louise Penny- a Canadian mystery set in Quebec.
Why Dissent Matters by William Kaplan
Currently reading The Stand, Stephen King
Just finished reading Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup by John Carreyrou!
Currently reading an older book from my collection – “Risk and Redemption: Surviving the Network News Wars” by Peter Kent
Thanks for the chance! I just finished Room by Emma Donoghue. Fantastic read that I should have gotten to sooner!
I’m currently reading “Before Green Gables” by Budge Wilson in preparation for the release of the book “Anne Before Marilia”
I am reading Missing From the Village by Justin Ling.
I’m currently reading “The Glass Hotel” by Emily St. John Mandel
Recently finished Mark Blagrave “Lay Figures” from Vangrant
This year I read This World is a Wound, a collection of poetry by Billy-Ray Belcourt.
THIS IS THE WINNING NUMBER!
Reading the Home for Unwanted Girls by Joanna Goodman
Just started reading The Friday Night Knitting Club.
I just received the the book All Together Now by Alan Doyle as a gift and I just started reading it today, such an entertaining storyteller!
I read Stephen King “The Gunslinger”, earlier this year. One of my favourites.
Am currently reading Roy Chapman Andrew’s Across Mongolian Plains.
I’m currently reading Me by Elton John
The Gunslinger by Stephen King
Agaguk. Re-reading my childhood novels.
I’m enjoying Maeve Binchy’s “Evening Class”. I love her books.
The Last Stand – Stephen King
Currently reading The Annihilation Protocol by Michael Laurence