Posted by: koolwine | October 12, 2016

Free Books! (Round 15)

For every ten books I read, I’ll hold a book giveaway. Here’s how to claim a free book:

  • Check out the list of books up for grabs.  There is only one copy of each book available (I am giving away my used copy of each book).
  • If you see one you want, comment on this page.  Your comment must include the name of the book you want, and at least a word or two about the country that the book concerns.  First person to comment gets the book.
  • I’ll mail the book out to you (at no cost you you whatsoever) if you have an address within the continental United States.  The book will ship out at book rate, which means it might take ten or more days to reach you.
  • Keep in mind that most of the time I buy my books used, which means they may be marked up, covers bent, etc.  Book condition will be variable.
  • Claims must be made no later than one month after posting date. November 12, 2016 is the deadline for requesting a book from Round 15.

Here’s the current round of books up for grabs:



  1. You know me….I just love your reviews ..they make me curious to discover some of the books mystery.

    I would like to win the book about Armenia. The story sounds interesting to me.

    Holly thank you again for sharing your views and opinions about the books you read. I love to get those emails!


    • Passage to Ararat is yours!


  2. Other than a minimal knowledge of Panama during the age of discovery I know so very little about the country. So, while I am drawn to the other titles, I would like to try Panama Fever. One of the reasons I have followed you on this journey is to expand awareness of this wide world and here’s another opportunity for me:)


    • Panama Fever coming your way!


      • Thank-you!
        We donate our read books to the teeny little bookshop inside the local burrito spot. All the sales benefit the library association:)


      • I love that your burrito place includes a bookshop! That’s a new one for me. It’s wonderful that they support your local library. This project would be much more costly if I hadn’t been able to borrow so many of the books I’ve read.


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