Saturday, July 11, 2009

Book Giveaway and Upcoming Author Guest Post: Sheila Ortego


The Book Giveaway

Do you remember how much I liked The Road from La Cueva by Sheila Ortego? What? You didn't read my review? Well, you have another chance! You also have a chance to win a copy of this beautifully written novel. I have one copy to give away and you could be the lucky winner. All you have to do is let me know, in the comments to this post, that you would like me to put your name into the drawing. Yup. That's it. I will also need your email address if you don't provide it on your blog.

Want your name entered a second time? Just mention this giveaway and the upcoming author guest post (see below) on your blog. Don't forget to let me know that you have done this.

Deadline to enter:
Please let me know if you would like to be entered by midnight Saturday, July 18th. I will draw a name from the entries next Sunday, July 19th.

Who is eligible?
This giveaway is open to all and I'm willing to ship the book to places other than North America.


What Others are Saying

Albuquerque: The Magazine
"As the president of Santa Fe Community College, Sheila Ortego, Ph.D., has encouraged an unending line of students to believe in the possibility of a better life through persistence and courage. In her new novel, The Road From La Cueva, Ortego tells the story of one woman who has to find it in herself to make that same journey. The book, she says, was years in the making, and came from inspiration in Ortego’s own life—which somehow makes the journey even more worthwhile."

January Magazine
"Sheila Ortego’s debut novel is interesting on several levels. Ortego holds a doctorate in American Studies from the University of New Mexico and she has taught Southwestern literature, women’s literature and women’s studies at several institutes of higher learning. She is currently the president of Santa Fe Community College, the first woman to hold that post. So, clearly, she is someone who has spent time exploring the intellectual side of making words that move hearts.

On the other hand, Ortego is a poet and she was recently invited to join the Live Poets Society in Santa Fe.

Both of these facets of Ortego’s life path are well represented in The Road from La Cueva..."

Those who like stories of self-discovery, those interested in women's studies, and those who appreciate gorgeous writing will especially enjoy this book. So what are you waiting for? Let me know you would like the opportunity to win this book!


Author Guest Post

Sheila Ortego will be guest posting here at Tip of the Iceberg next Saturday, July 18th. Please stop by and see what she has to share with us. I know I'm looking forward to hearing from this very talented woman!

Link:
Sheila Ortego's blog

14 comments:

  1. I love a book with a good and inspiring story. I wish to be entered for this. Thanks, Terri!

    teh (dot) alice (at) gmail (dot) com

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  2. Please enter me; this book looks great! Thank you so much!

    lesleymfan(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. This book seems very inspirational. I would love to be entered for the giveaway.

    Greetings,
    Tiina (also a librarian :))

    abookblogofonesown(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  4. i would love to be entered thanks minsthins at optonline dot net

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  5. I know I'm your sister but I want to be entered. This sounds like a cool book and of course, it's set in New Mexico - down here in the Southwest.

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  6. Alice: It is indeed an inspiring read. You are entered into the drawing!

    Upper West Side Writer: A writer ... I can't wait to peruse your blog! I've entered you in the drawing.

    Tiina: It's always wonderful to meet fellow librarians whether face-to-face or online. I'm so glad you stopped in! You are also entered in the drawing.

    Mindy: Thanks for stopping by and entering the drawing!

    Amy: Yes, you would like this one and you may certainly enter the giveaway. I've put your name into the drawing too.

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  7. Please enter me! It sounds like a very interesting read, and I try to get my hands on lots of books where women get to grow as people!

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  8. Great review and it sounds inspiring! I'd love to win it!


    texas_heartland84[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  9. From the review, it sounds like a awesome book. Thanks for the chance

    jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com

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  10. Please put my name in the drawing.

    madamerkf at aol dot com

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  11. I would like to be entered.
    Thanks!
    1bmore @ gmail . com

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  12. Please enter me. I would like to have something inspirational to read. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  13. Love to have this.

    Thanks,

    darkfyre1(at)gmail(dot)com

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