Thursday, January 24, 2013

We've Got Books To Give Away—Who Wants 'Em? (UPDATE: They're All Gone!)

Posted By on Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 1:18 PM

Often, our dear Assistant Editor Irene Messina has the problem of having far too many books sent to her than our writers can review. Typically, we at the Weekly make an effort to do something constructive with them for the community (donations to charity, leaving them in bookstores to confuse the employees, etc.[note: only one of those is true],) but we've decided that we're going to be sharing the latest batch with our lovely readers.

Therefore, we're giving out four sets of four books, including a number of works by William W. and J.A. Johnstone, as well as books by Matthew Flynn, Elif Shafak and Matthew Parker.

If you're interested in having some extra reading material, send me a note at dmendez@tucsonweekly.com with the subject "TW Book Giveaway!" The first four emailers will get their claim in the grab bag.

Update: Sorry folks, but the books have all been claimed by quick-fingered, voracious bibliophiles. Better luck next time.

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