Sunday, March 14, 2010

Book Giveaway: The Mammoth Book of Irish Romance anthology


Too many names to list as to who all is in it, but if you love Irish romances, then this will be a book for you! It's currently out now and available at most online stores.

An enthralling collection of romantic tales set amidst beautiful Ireland’s lush ancient landscapes: pre-Christian ruins, green hills, rugged cliffs, and pounding Atlantic surf. These stories—by writers such as Roberta Gellis, Bertice Small, Jennifer Ashley, Claire Delacroix, and Mary Jo Putney—honor Ireland’s rich heritage as a land of poets, magic, and mystery. The publication will be just in time for St. Patrick’s Day.


Want this? Then tell us if you have any St. Patrick's Day plans. Wear green? Eat Irish food or drink Irish liquor?

Tell us!


And I'll pick a winner on Wednesday night, St.Patrick's Day, of course.

28 comments:

Lady_Graeye said...

Hello! I love St. Patty's Day!!Since it is on a weekday this year, I have no big plans. I will wear green all day like a good Irish girl but no green beer or corn beef and cabbage for me. I still would love to win this wonderful book please!

LSUReader said...

I will definitely wear green to celebrate St. Pat's Day. I don't have any special plans, but I'd love to hear about what others will do. The book sounds great. I wasn't aware it was out. Thanks for the lovely contest.

Sue A. said...

Great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! I'll try to wear green, but that's about as far as the celebrations go.

Morning Glow from Novel Addiction said...

Unfortunately, I have to work this St. Patrick's Day, so I won't really be doing anything, except coming home and drinking one of my prized Guinness beers. Though I'm hoping my boss will allow me to wear my green headband - it has little springs attached, that have shamrocks at the top.

St. Patrick's Day is usually my day (it is, in fact, my favorite holiday), but since I haven't work, and it's a weekday, festivities are somewhat limited.

I would definitely love to win this book though! I'm a HUGE fan of anything and everything Irish!

Thanks,
Morning Glow
ohmorningglow AT aol DOT com

Mo Boylan said...

Ahhhh Wednesday is the High Holy Day for all Irish dinna ya know? I will of course be wearing green with my shamrock scarf tho my clan tartan isn't green but turquoise LOL

Hubby and I will be going out for our traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner and then I'll be running home to have my RRT chat with another fine Irish gal, Colleen Thompson.

And I've already started celebrating...by eating Irish soda bread ;) yummmmmm

Mo

Stephanie G said...

I buy a new 'I'm Irish' type shirt each year, drink a few beers and eat those yummy green shamrock cookies.

Stephanie G
sgradel(at)gmail(dot)com

Cecile said...

I have no plans but to go to work... come home... cook supper... do dishes... do clothes... hopefully work on the party posting... blog a little... email a little... and chat! LMBO! Now do get to jealous, I know I live a very exciting life, lmbo!!!
But to those of you that are doing something ~ Cheers to you!

CallMeKayla said...

My plans consist of class. Joy oh joy. I have my class, which will take up a better part of my afternoon. The morning will be slept through, and the rest of the day, catching up on all my review work.

sexywomenread@yahoo.com

throuthehaze said...

No definite plans yet, but I might hang out at my sister's place
throuthehaze at gmail dot com

donnas said...

My plans are pretty boring. Go to work and come home. But I will be wearing green. Although I will probably have to go buy a shirt on Tuesday, because somehow I get the perfect color green shirt every year and manage to lose it before the next year.

bacchus76 at myself dot com

Pam P said...

I'll be wearing the green, likely to run across some green beer, maybe a leprechaun or two, lol. Already told my sister to be sure and save me a loaf of her Irish soda bread.

Lindy said...

Crazy as it may sound, we'll probably be singing happy birthday to our youngest cat on St. Patrick's Day. Probably no cake and candles for him, though. :) We might also be getting together with friends for corned beef and potatoes.

Laurie said...

I'm not Irish but I enjoy watching them celebrate. This year I'm working 10-8.

Sounds like a lot of wonderful authors!

Virginia C said...

I always wear the green on St. Paddy's day! This year in renewed appreciation for the Irish branch of my family, I plan to toast them with several rounds of Irish Coffee. Once the coffee is well circulated, I will sing "Danny Boy" and attempt to dance a jig. If the coffee is strong enough, I will sing and dance simultaneously, hoping that everyone around me has had their "coffee" too : )

Karen H in NC said...

Nope, not Irish & don't do anything in honor of St Pat's day. Of course, that won't stop me from reading a Mammoth Book of Irish Romances.

BTW, can't wait for the release of the Mammoth Book of Regency Romance in a couple months!

CrystalGB said...

I will wear green but I don't have other plans for the day.

CrystalGB said...

I will wear green but I don't have other plans for the day.

elaing8 said...

I don't have any plans but I'll probably wear green.

Estella said...

No St Paddy's Day plans. I always wear green on this date.

Cherie J said...

I am not Irish but I wear green in honor of my friends who are. No set plans other than that to celebrate the day.

Syeda Nessa said...

I am not irish but i plan on wearing alot of green. i plan wishing everyone a happy st patricks's day.

jeanette8042 said...

Don't have any set plans except for wearing green to escape from pinches!

sherry said...

I probably won't wear any green and I've never eaten any Irish food and I don't drink any kind of liquor. I have to work till 7:00PM so I'll just warm something up when I get home.

sstrode@scrtc.com

flchen1 said...

We'll have to remember to wear our green, and though we're definitely not Irish, we'll be having corned beef and cabbage :) Yum! (No green beer though!)

pixie13 said...

I don't drink & Irish foods are just a bit heavy, so none of that. I may wear green, but only because it's one of my favorite colors anyway. Yeah, not much celebrating of St Patrick's Day in my life.

gevin13{at}gmail{dot}com

jacabur1 said...

St Paddy's day for me means wearing green of course, not a drinker and also not a big fan of heavy Irish foods. I do however love to send out cards to friends just because to let them know am thinking of them on March 17th!!

jackie b central texas

Chelsea B. said...

Nope. No plans. I probably will wear green, though. So as not to get pinched! :-)

Eva said...

Eating Irish soda bread while wearing all green! :)
Happy St. Patrick's Day!