It has been borne in on me recently that my closet is very full. Full of books. (Nothing bears this in on one like an avalanche of hardcovers hurtling towards your head as you try to conduct the simple action of extracting a coat from a hanger.)
In particular, I have ten extra copies of the hardcover of The Seduction of the Crimson Rose that could use a good home. Rather than giving them away as contest prizes, it seemed like the most effective way of sharing the love was to make sure they wound up in libraries, where lots of people could enjoy them. (Unlike the top of my head, which doesn’t particularly enjoy them applied topically.)
If you’re a librarian and your library could use an extra copy of The Seduction of the Crimson Rose, please do email and let me know! If you aren’t a librarian, but think your local library could use a copy of Crimson, please do let your library know about the offer. I also discovered a couple of extra copies of the audio versions of Crimson Rose and Emerald Ring, so if your library needs audios, give me a shout.
I’ll be donating both the books and the audios on a first come, first serve, one copy per library basis.