Monday, 10 December 2012

Free Books (US Residents Only)

I have been converting all my hard-copy books to e-book format for my Kindle to de-clutter and so, I have a lot of writing/forensic/novels to give away.

The books are listed below. If you would like any, copy/paste and fill out this form in the comment section. I will get your addresses when I email you. I think I will do, first-come-first-serve.

Name:
Email:
What book you desire most:
What book you would accept if the first book is given to someone else: 


Book #1 (GONE)

Book #2 (GONE)

Book #3 (click book to learn more about it)

Book #4 (click book to learn more about it)

Book #5 (GONE)

Book #6 (click book to learn more about it)

Book #7 (GONE)

Book #8 (click book to learn more about it)

Book #9 (click book to learn more about it)


Note: The covers may not be exactly as shown but I assure you, they are the same book. Also, although I have no qualms about writing in books, I did search these nine, and as far as I can tell, I DID NOT write in them.

29 comments:

  1. Murder and Mayhem sounds like an interesting an informative book.

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  2. I should do some de-cluttering myself.

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  3. I hope these fab books find great homes!! Yay! take care
    x

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    1. I'm not sure how to do that but if I don't get enough response here, I'll figure out how to do it.

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  5. such a generous giveaway for crimebook fans, Clarissa

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  6. What a great giveaway! I would love #7, Fiction Writer's Brainstormer.

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  7. Name: Kayeleen Hamblin
    Email: kayejazz(@)gmail(dot)come
    I would love Fire in Fiction.
    Any other book would be good, as I don't have any of them.

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  8. Nice that you're giving them away.

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  9. Name: Donna Hole
    Email: donnahole (at) gmail (dot) com
    Book: Scene of the Crime looks interesting So does Manuscript Submission. I'm in love with books though, I'll take anything for free :)

    Thanks Clarissa.

    ......dhole

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  10. That is so generous of you! I will step aside to let others have a better chance. :)

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  11. De-clutter!?!! But... but.. they're books! ;)
    But yeah, I do understand this. I've run out of bookshelf space.

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  12. The one I want is already gone - that was fast.

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  13. Clarissa - You are such a sweetie to do this! Thanks for being willing!

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  14. I love this idea, but sadly, I live in South Africa. ;-)

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  15. So generous of you, Clarissa!

    Email: lauramstine(at)gmail(dot)com
    What book you desire most: The Fiction Writer's Brainstormer
    What book you would accept if the first book is given to someone else: The Writer's Way

    This is a good idea for books you don't want anyone. Usually I donate to the library or Goodwill, but I'll have to remember to do this on my blog the next time I go through my books.

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  16. Sadly I'm outside the US so don't qualify (quite understand you not wanting to pay international postage) Hopefully you'll soon fine good homes for them all.

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  17. Too far for them to travel to me, but great selection here, might use it as a shopping list :)

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  18. What a great idea, Clarissa. The next time I sort out my books, I'm going to do something similar for UK readers/writers. :)

    You write in books? Nooooo. My mother would turn in her grave. :) One thing I love about reading ebooks is that I can make notes without spoiling a book.

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  19. What a super generous thing to do! I'm wondering how you're "converting" them--just repurchasing as ebooks? Very cool.

    The Jane Austen one sounds fun, but I think someone already called dibs.

    Have a wonderful holiday, C! :o) <3

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  20. Great idea, Clarissa. Just dropped in to send you Seasons Greetings and wish you a happy, healthy and successful 2013 x

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