03 December 2012

A Language of Souls Contest for Two

The novella The Language of Souls blew me away back in 2010 when I read it. I called it, "a tender, sweet, heartfelt tale that reads like an old-fashioned fairy tale". Well now it has been reworked and released as a YA story.
In The Language of Souls, "Solena, a young healer with a generous heart, is desperate to heal her dying grandfather. When she ventures into hostile territory to find a rare herb, she finds out just how much she’s risked when she’s captured by the enemy and accused of being a spy. As a soldier, Rundan has struggled all his life to please his father, a ruthless army commander, but when he’s ordered to take the beautiful trespasser to the royal courts, where she’ll be summarily tried and executed, he’s plagued by the most inconvenient desire to protect her. Though terrified and anxious to escape, Solena is confused by the handsome young soldier who cruelly captures her and then displays uncommon kindness."
Now for the best part of my news, Lena is gifting two 
of my readers with an eBook of The Language of Souls novella.
The winners will select from a Kindle, ePub, or PDF format.
To enter simply comment with your email address below. 
A winner will be selected and announced December 17th.

Click here to purchase The Language of Souls on Amazon.
Click here to visit The Language of Souls on Goodreads.
Click here to read my review of The Language of Souls.
Click here to visit Lena Goldfinch's website.

Blurb from Goodreads

37 comments :

  1. Sounds pretty awesome! And that cover is so pretty! I'm so in on this one! Thanks for the giveaway!

    jadaloves[at]gmail[dot]com

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  2. Awesome! I'd love a chance to win! :) Thank you!

    amberstokes[at]corban[dot]edu

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  3. I loved this story, too. It's beautiful! I will tweet about the contest!

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  4. I love the cover! I'll have to add it to my goodreads. I tweeted about the giveaway!

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  5. Spreading some love at twitter about your giveaway at: https://twitter.com/cherrymischivus/status/275676347576229889

    Cherry Mischievous

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  6. Sounds really lovely...in fact I think I have this book...must read it soon...lol...

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  7. A rework as a YA? Interesting but it does sound great!

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  8. this one does sound really good. I thought I'd stop by and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! I'm taking a bloggy hiatus. Cheers!

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    1. Awww well I'll miss you but completely understand. Thanks for popping by sweetie. A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you too! :D

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  9. Huh...reworked for the YA crowd. Interesting. Curious to know exactly what the rework changed from the original and if it would affect your previous experience.... *ponders*
    (not an entry)

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    1. Lena's a great writer so I'm sure she's spun a beautiful tale :)

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  10. Based on the cover, synopsis and your endorsement, I think I need to give this one a try. I'm in. :)

    bookloversdiary@yahoo.com

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  11. This sounds so so good!!!! I MUST read it! Please enter me. :-)

    xoxo,
    Renee C.
    steelergirl83atgmaildotcom

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  12. Aw, this sounds rather intriguing! Please enter me!

    lamplitreview@gmail.com

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  13. The concept of the book is a new one for me. Thanks for sharing! I might try this one out. Also, I have this event on my blog called OVEREXPOSED BOOK 2012, a book that has been talked about, featured, reviewed by almost every book blogger. You can vote your favorite YA book, and might win it! I thought you might be interested since you read YA. http://wp.me/p2Da8V-iH
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    Leigh
    Little Book Star

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  14. Here's my email btw: Littlebookstar(at)gmail(dot)com

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  15. This looks SO good. I love the cover and the synopsis. Just added it to my goodreads to-read list. Thanks for sharing and the awesome giveaway :)

    My email: dreamreads@hotmail.com

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  16. Hope it is not over! Please enter me...teshuva7@gmail.com
    Your newest follower from Thursday Favourite Things
    Have a super blessed day!
    Love

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    1. Nope :) It's on till the 17th.

      Thanks for following and coming by :)

      A very blessed day to you too!

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  17. Wow...I don't ussually go for novella type things, but this book captured that girly "woe is me/save me" side of me. lol

    Thanks for sharing this title!! :))

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    1. I think you'd like it!

      I have a "woe is me" side too ;)

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  18. Were this a "physical" book, I'd enter - it sounds interesting. Will have to check into it next Amazon shopping spree. :D

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    1. Right on doll. I'm like that but the opposite. I only enter eBook contests. ;)

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  19. Yay! I love books with the good old' fairy tale feel. This one sounds like a great historical fic, plus the cover looks seriously gorgeous, so thanks for the giveaway!

    Sel
    selinaxu@ymail.com

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    1. So glad you stopped by and decided to enter Sel :)

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  20. I usually don't read YA books, but the summary got my attention. °w°
    So, I'll try my luck. Count me in, please! :D

    garnetyuna
    aerithkanzaka[at]yahoo[dot]it

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  21. Thank you so much for your entries and interest. This contest is now closed. The winners were announced 12/17/12. (http://www.talesofwhimsy.com/2012/12/contest-winners-language-of-souls.html) Thank you for visiting and please continue to check back for more contests.

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