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Latino Book Month giveaway: Winners announced

Submitted by on May 15, 2009 – 10:24 am48 Comments

Updated June, 1: Congratulations to five winners: Dariela, Evenshine, herblady, RobynL and Courtey.

You win the books. We’ll be in touch to get your mailing information. Enjoy!


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New blog, new freebies.

Hey, Tiki Tiki readers, five of you will win five wonderful Latino-themed books from Hachette Books and its imprints such as Grand Central Publishing and Little, Brown and Company . 

And, all you have to do is say “Hola” to us in the comments section. And OK, maybe a little feedback about our new site.

Here are the titles:

B as in Beauty By Alberto Ferreras
Into the Beautiful North By Luis Urrea
Hungry Woman in Paris By Josefina Lopez
The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos By Margaret Mascarenhas
Houston, We Have a Problema By Gwendolyn Zepeda

Tiki Tiki reviewed B as in Beauty a few days ago, by the way. 

The books range in topic from a 26-year-old who bases her life decisions on signs to a passion-seeking woman named Canela who learns to cook in Paris to a 19-year-old Mexican woman who realizes her hometown has  practically no men, as they’ve all gone north in to the U.S.

Giveaway Rules/Reglas

- Comment on this post and tell us what you think about the Tiki Tiki.

- One entry per person.

- You have until midnight EST May 31, 2009  to enter.

- Use a valid e-mail or blog address so I can reach you.

- Anonymous comments are not eligible.

- You must live in the United States or Canada and provide me with a street address. Books cannot be shipped to P.O. boxes. (Don’t post your address here)

- Five winners will be randomly selected.

OK, let’s habla habla!

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