March 25th, 2012 / 2:32 pm
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FREE BOOKS SUNDAY

I am drowning in books. I  want these books to be read. If you are interested in any of these titles, I will send them to you (one per person). If you write a review of the book, I will publish it on the PANK blog. Some of these have been lightly used but the pages aren’t sticky or anything. If you want a book, claim it in the comments AND e-mail me your mailing address (roxane at htmlgiant.com) and I will get it out to you sometime this week. Seriously, though, email me your address. I can’t track you down.  Enjoy! (These books can only be shipped within the United States unless you want to pay for shipping. Sorry!)

ALL GONE. MORE SOON.

Cream of Kohlrabi by Floyd Skloot

Nothing Can Make Me Do This by David Huddle

The Postmortal by Drew Magary

Umberto Umberto Lamberto Lamberto Lamberto by Gianni Rodari

LA Is the Capital of Kansas by Richard Meltzer

Luminarium by Alex Shakar

A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness

One of These Things Is Not Like the Other by Stephanie Johnson

Traffic With Macbeth by Larissa Szporluk

Mama’s Homesick Pie by Donia Bijan

The Best Of (What’s Left of Heaven) by Mairéad Byrne

She’d Waited Millennia by Lizzie Hutton

A Man of Glass & All The Ways We Have Failed by JA Tyler

The Hieroglyphics by Michael Stewart

The Nostalgia Echo by Mickey Hess

The Harbor by Ernest Poole

The Girl With the Crooked Nose by Ted Botha

Love and Shame and Love by Peter Orner

Running the Rift by Naomi Benaron

The Buenos Aires Quintet by Manuel Vazquez Montalban

Pocket Kings by Ted Heller

Dead Man Upright by Derek Raymond

The Coldest Night by Robert Olmstead

Until the Next Time by Kevin Fox

Dogma by Lars Iyer (2)

Radio Iris by Anne Marie Kinney

Red Weather by Pauls Toutonghi

Livability by Jon Raymond

Walking With the Comrades by Arundhati Roy

God’s Hotel by Victoria Sweet

Hurricane Story by Jennifer Shaw

The Watery Part of the World by Michael Parker

A Very Minor Prophet by James Bernard Frost

72 Comments

  1. Helen

      Love and Shame and Love please! If you are shipping internationally that is. And if I can find your email online. 

  2. Anonymous

      The Buenos Aires Quintet by Manuel Vazquez Montalban !

  3. Anonymous

      I’m a fan of Lars Iyer. Count me in for a copy of Dogma. E-mailing you now.

  4. Nathaniel Otting

      The Buenos Aires Quartet, p and q

  5. natalie chin

      The Watery Part of the World by Michael Parker please, and thank you roxane

  6. GARBAGE

      Dogma, please!

  7. Roxane

      Helen, I added my address to the post. I can’t ship Internationally unless you wan to cover shipping which would be like $7 I am guessing.

  8. Nathaniel Otting

      Too late! Too fast, Alicia Kennedy! Too kind of you, Roxane!

  9. herocious

      Walking With the Comrades by Arundhati Roy. E-mailing you now with my addy :)

  10. Christopher Novas

      Radio Iris please

  11. GARBAGE

      Yes, thank you. This is kind and neat.

  12. Travis Sturgill-Trahan

      Running the Rift by Naomi Benaron, please!

  13. Alban Fischer

      James Bernard Frost, please! Thank you!

  14. Roxane

      Actually, Helen, it’s cool. Just email me your address (roxane at htmlgiant.com)

  15. Helen

      Ah, thanks a lot! Email on its way.

  16. Rachel Harthcock

      A Very Minor Prophet by James Bernard Frost! Thank you!!

  17. Roxane

      That one is taken, sorry Rachel.

  18. Rachel Harthcock

      No worries! What about Pocket Kings? I’ve got my email all ready!

  19. Anonymous

      Red Weather by Pauls Toutonghi please, I am exhausted money wise though so…

  20. Roxane

      I guess it’s a good thing this is… a giveaway, right?

  21. Dawn West

      Livability by Jon Raymond please. :)

  22. Anonymous

      But i’m from the UK Roxanne :/

  23. Shakarean Hutchinson

      Livability by Jon Raymond please. If it’s still available. 

  24. Roxane

      It’s fine. Just send me your address. Also, one n. 

  25. Roxane

      That was just taken.

  26. Shakarean Hutchinson

       What about Until the Next Time?

  27. Roxane

      That is yours if you send me your address.

  28. Anonymous

      poole me

  29. Roxane

      OK

  30. Anonymous

       n

  31. Anonymous

      (i hope that is ok)

  32. Bronson Lemer

      I’ll take The Coldest Night by Robert Olmstead

  33. Nathan Jackson

      The Girl With The Crooked Nose

  34. Christine Lee Zilka

      Traffic With Macbeth by Larissa Szporluk! zomg! She was my TA when I was an undergrad at Berkeley. :)

  35. Caleb Curtiss

      I’ll take Luminarium if it’s still available. Pretty please.

  36. Roxane

      It’s a great book.

  37. S. Casimer Kowalski

      can i get that postmortal?

  38. Roxane

      It is. I might even hand deliver it.

  39. Jessica Varin

      I would like A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness.

  40. Roxane

      Yes you can.

  41. Anonymous

      JA TYLER, PLZ THX!

  42. Sara Habein

      Can I claim the JA Tyler?

  43. Beth Ann Spencer

      Cream of Kohlrabi by Floyd Skloot, please. And thank you!

  44. Sara Habein

      Curses! Someone got it before me. All right, She’d Waited Millennia? 

  45. Caleb Curtiss

      Right! I imagine I’ll bump into you at Mission Creek next week.

  46. Roxane

      OK.

  47. Roxane

      Nope

  48. Roxane

      I will probably not make it to Mission Creek which I’m really bummed about. Had a blast there last year. I am reading at IU the night before and it would be a 400 mile drive from there to Mission Creek. I’m going to see how I feel on Saturday morning.

  49. Matt Shears

      Can I claim The Hieroglyphics by Michael Stewart for reading and review? Thanks.

  50. judy clement wall

       Is Postmortal still available?

  51. Sara Habein

      Thank you!

  52. Roxane

      Nope.

  53. Roxane

      OK

  54. jwithy

      Hello!  I’d love 
      The Best Of (What’s Left of Heaven) by Mairéad Byrne.

      Hooray!

  55. Ty

      Can I get One of These Things Is Not Like the Other?

  56. David Kinzer

      The Nostalgia Echo

  57. Rachel Jane Andelman

      The Richard Meltzer?

  58. David W

      I’d love One of These Things Is Not Like the Other by Stephanie Johnson…email on its way?

  59. David Cotrone

      One of These Things Is Not Like the Other by Stephanie Johnson, please!

  60. David Cotrone

      ah, nevermind!

  61. Jon Thrower

      LA is the Capitol of Kansas please.

  62. Jon Thrower

      LA is the Capitol of Kansas please.

  63. Tyler Crumrine

      I’ll take Umberto Umberto Lamberto Lamberto Lamberto off your hands if no one else is.

  64. Rito Maxtla

      Whatever is left. If anything, I’ll take it. Absolutely wonderful what you are doing here.  

  65. Anonymous

      Umberto Umberto Lamberto Lamberto Lamberto by Gianni Rodari, please.  Looking forward to it!

  66. Roxane

      Mama’s Homesick Pie is left. Email me your address.

  67. Rito Maxtla

      Never would I have considered even opening a book with that title, but I will read it for perspective/experience and write a review for my empty blog. Thanks again.

  68. Matt Zbrog

      I’ll take Tom Sawyer and the white fence for $500, please.

  69. Matt Zbrog

       (to cover s&h).  Next time I’ll take my head out of my ass and take a free book when the offer is presented to me.  

  70. Anonymous

      Roxane, you seem cool. 

  71. Bobby Dixon

      Just wanted to register my jealousy a day later; I was very close to requesting this first.

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