Thursday, February 12, 2009

Great News! A Giveaway for The Laws of Harmony!

I am pleased to host this giveaway on behalf of Nicole from Harper Collins. I can give away copies of The Laws of Harmony to five lucky readers from the US. See just below for my review and a link to preview the book.




The rules are simple. Just leave a comment on this post (not my review post, please)and tell me if you could pick up your entire life and move to a new city, would you? Where would you go? There is one entry per person. You do not have to have a blog to enter, but you must make sure I have a way to contact you via email if you've won. This giveaway is open to US addresses only, sorry to those outside the US. I will close the comments and draw the 5 winners on February 20. Good luck!

34 comments:

Irene Yeates said...

I so want to read this book! Please enter my name in your fantastic giveaway.

Thanks!!
Irene Yeates

cyeates@nycap.rr.com

rhapsodyinbooks said...

I would go to D.C., unless I could actually go anywhere in the world I wanted, and then it would have to be somewhere in Italy, like Florence!

Thanks for the contest!

nbmars AT yahoo DOT com

Gwendolyn B. said...

There are lots of places I would love to visit, but I am pretty happy where I am (New England coastal town). As long as I am near the ocean and my family, I'm happy.
Thanks for the chance to win this book -- I'm really eager to read it.
geebee.reads AT gmail DOT com

Tasses said...

Ha! This one is soooooo easy. I would have my boxes packed so fast. I'd leave South Florida for Gainesville, Florida and apply for the University of Florida's doctoral program.

Melissa said...

Somedays I think I would like too, but in reality I don't know that I would. THanks for the great giveaway!

Karen in TN said...

I'd have to think hard about a place I'd love more than here ... but then again, I have picked up my life and moved it, several times (TN, SC, CA, CO and now here). Each place has had it's good points and it's bad (although many I've visited have had many more bad than good). For now, I'll stay put.

Staci said...

Yes, I would do it and if I could pick the city I would love to live in Paris.

Rachael said...

I would love to live smack in the middle of New York City...Manhattan! If I didn't have kids and had a LARGE disposable income...I think my husband and I would definitely do it:-)

I am pretty lucky though...I live only 20 minutes out of Washington D.C.!

Carrie said...

I'm actually pretty happy where we live. There are lots of places I'd love to visit, but not to move to permanently.

This book sounds really good - thanks for the giveaway!

nnjmom at yahoo dot com

avisannschild said...

I'm sad I can't enter this giveaway... I'd love to read this book!

melanie said...

We fantasize about moving somewhere simpler...we are outside of the DC area. But there is so much good stuff here...Eventually I'd like to live on the beach.

Kay said...

I don't think I would leave my city (Austin, TX) unless my dear husband was with me. If so, yes. He is my dear one and we could face, endure, get through, or conquer anything together. We've talked about moving to the country though.

Thanks so much for the contest.

Melanie said...

We have done this before. We moved from Florida to Georgia. We are moving again in the summer from Florida to northern KY. We don't mind moving. It's an adventure.

darbyscloset said...

Would I go? I don't know, I so dislike change! If push comes to shove, then probably I would move. Where, well the place that would not make me hesitate is to one of the islands of Hawaii.
Darby
darbyscloset at yahoo dot com

Julie said...

I would! I think I would move somewhere close to the beach or the mountains.
julyso@grandecom DOT net

Kristy said...

I could and I have. If I were to do it again, I would pack up and move to London, England from Florida, USA.

www.shishnit.org

Sheri S. said...

In another lifetime, I'd love to pack and up and move to some fabulous place like France and live a very European lifestyle. What fun that would be! Thanks for the giveaway :)

Iliana said...

I really enjoyed your review Tara so I'd love to be entered for this. The book sounds really good. Thanks!

Betty and Boo's Mommy said...

It would depend. Right now, I'm pretty happy where we are ...

The book looks good - love the cover. Thanks for entering me!

Mary said...

What a question!! Would I? There are so many ramifications for many of my dream locations. Hawaii, the Italian or French Riviera, or Lake Como in Italy would require a much larger bank account than we have (or probably will ever have). Of course, anywhere in mainland Europe would require us to be able to speak a foreign language (we're working on this). If we didn't have a drastic change in our lives and circumstances, I would be happy moving to a less expensive, warmer, smaller city somewhere along the coast (where hurricanes have rarely hit and I can still buy homeowner's and flood insurance). Where would you go?

mindy said...

sounds like a great read thanks for the giveaway

Linda said...

I did - from OH to Minneapolis. I would do it again in after the kids are grown and less stuff to move. I would pick up and move to a small town in the Olympic Penisula.

Marie said...

I would move to Chicago, IL -- I love that city!

vmlay@artsci.wustl.edu

Anna said...

Boston...and you wouldn't have to ask me twice! Thanks for the great giveaway!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric
diaryofaneccentric at hotmail dot com

Megan said...

I have once and I'd do it again if only I had the money and a job all ready for me when I got there. I moved to Boston for six months once, and I loved it, but if I were to move to another city, it would definitely be D.C if I was limited to within the country. But if I was really going big? I'd love to try Edinburgh, Scotland.

toadacious1 at yahoo dot com

scottsgal said...

I picked up and moved once and transferred to Austin Texas to UT. Austin is still my favorite US city but I wouldn't give up my life here in the midwest. Please enter me for this giveaway

Estela said...

As a military family, we are constantly picking up and moving to new places. As nice as it is to see different cities, it would be nice to be settled in one place. Please enter me!

liane66 said...

San Francsico -- very cool city & nice climate.
Thanks for the giveaway!
kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lady Roxi said...

Love to have this.

I actually picked up and moved to Virginia Beach, VA a year ago and it was the best decision I have made.

Thanks,

darkfyre1(at)gmail(dot)com

Sara said...

I almost had to. I would definitely move if it was a necessity. But if I had my choice...anywhere in Hawaii would work. San Fransico and it's surrounding areas are also nice. Thanks! Sararush(at)hotmail(dot)com

jennysbooks said...

Oh, God, London. If I thought for a second I'd be able to get a work visa for the UK, I'd pack my things and move to London tomorrow. This book looks great!

Renee G said...

I'd love to be able to just up and move to a small town somewhere in the southwest. However, my boys are in school here, and my husband's job is here so for now it's just a dream. rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

Ali said...

I love it here where I live (Portland, OR) but I'd do a temporary move, maybe 2 years. Would love to live in London or Paris for a year or two!
Worducopia at gmail dot com

malleycc said...

WOW I don't know if I would do it. I am close to my family now. But it sure is nice to think about sometimes. I would move to Holland or North Carolina.