Spring Fever 2018 Giveaway #7
We’re in the final week of spring, and down to our final two spring 2018 giveaways. Will one of them be yours? To go in the draw to win all four of the titles below, simply email email@example.com with ‘Spring 7′ in the subject line and your name and address in the body of the email by midnight tonight, Monday 26 November 2018. As we cannot afford to post giveaway bundles overseas, entries from Australian residents only please.
Barbara Kingsolver Unsheltered
The new novel from the author of the bestselling Poisonwood Bible. In 2016 in the town of Vineland, Willa Knox stands braced against a world that seems to hold no mercy for her shattered life and family. In 1871, science teacher Thatcher Greenwood, a fervent advocate of the work of Charles Darwin and keen to share these new ideas with his students, is not welcome in the town. Across the years, both Willa and Thatcher are asked to pay a high price for their courage.
Courtesy of Allen & Unwin
David McKnight Populism Now! The case for progressive populism
Brexit and Donald Trump have given populism a bad name. but rather than associating it with demagoguery and exclusion, might populism be harnessed as a positive force, one able to thrive in difficult times? In a world charged with hate-filled language as people look for someone else to blame and the super-rich get richer, the case for progressive populism must be heard. David McKnight is an honorary associate professor at the University of New South Wales.
Courtesy of NewSouth
Tania Blanchard Suitcase of Dreams
From the bestselling author of The Girl From Munich, this new novel follows Lotte Drescher and her family, who arrive in Australia in 1956, full of hope for a new life. After years of struggle as New Australians, it all finally seems worth it, but then Erich’s role in the trade union movement threatens to have him branded a communist, and darker shadows of the past reach out to them from Germany, a world and a lifetime away …
Courtesy of Simon & Schuster
Joseph Cassara The House of Impossible Beauties
Inspired by the underground ballroom ‘voguing’ scene that exploded in New York during the 1970s and 80s, this novel follows a cast of gay and transgender club kids navigating the Harlem ball scene and the Christopher Street Piers as they flee their traumatic pasts and band together to form the city’s first all-Latino House. ‘Fierce, tender and heartbreaking’ – Kirkus
Courtesy of Bloomsbury
Remember, to go in the draw to win these four books, email firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Spring 7’ in the subject line and your name and address in the body of the email by midnight tonight, Monday 26 November 2018.