Samhain Giveaway

Congrats to Zemira, the winner of the Mabon Giveaway! :)

Wow, Samhain is getting closer. It's definitely my favourite time of the year for many reasons. It's time of darkness and death, but it's also time of rebirth and new beginnings. It's time for reflecting on our own lives. It might sound scary, but it's necessary in order to move forward.

Illustration from Luna Moon Hare: A Magical Journey With The Goddess by Wendy Andrew.


And now to the giveaway. You can win copy of Dodger by Terry Pratchett.  It's international and it ends on October 31.



Again, Samhain Giveaway is part of the Wheel of the Year Giveaways. There are 8 sabbats during the year and for every one I have a giveaway. As one sabbat is over the giveaway connected with it ends and a new one (connected with the next sabbat) starts. That’s why the giveaways last so long. I wanted continuity. Just to make things clear. :)

I love the trailer!



Good luck! And Happy Mabon/Autumnal Equinox! :)

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14 comments:

Beth DeRenzis said...

Oh goodness, it's so hard to pick a favorite! Good Omens, which was co-written by Neil Gaiman, is definitely up there! And, of course, the first Pratchett book I read, Maskerade, will always have a special place in my heart.

Coffee Monster said...

These sabbath things sound really interesting, I need to research this further. I used to be really fascinated with these things but I kind of fell out of it.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Carrie at In the Hammock Blog said...

I haven't read anything by Pratchett :( I want to though!

Book Whales said...

Haven't read any book from Terry yet. This book will be the first one. Hope I would win

-Dannielle

Petra said...

@Beth DeRenzis
I still haven't read Good Omens, and I love Gaiman!

@Coffee Monster
It's basically 8 festivals based on equinoxes, solstices, harvests, or it is otherwise connected with changes in nature/weather/seasons. :)

@Carrie at In the Hammock Blog + @Book Whales
You should read something by Pratchett, he's incredibly funny ad intelligent. :)

fredamans said...

I loved the Discworld series!

Dru said...

Well, I have two copies of Good Omens, one for reading and one for HAVING, and I love The Truth because my parents are journalists and I grew up in the newsroom. And Small Gods is brilliant.

Kristia said...

Thank you for the international giveaway Petra. I've only read one book of his Discworld series but I will definitely read more :)

mimz said...

I think Good Omens with Neil Gaiman is my favourite! :)

Kristall said...

Discworld series!

Yvonne said...

I don't think I've ever read a book by Terry Pratchett but our library got a copy of The Dodger and I'm on the hold list to read it.

Hushed Paradox said...

I love Good Omens.

Caitlin said...

Hmm one of the guards books, maybe Guards! Guards!

Books 4 Tomorrow said...

I enjoyed "Good Omens" very much! Thank you for this amazing giveaway!! :D (Angie Edwards)

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