"Italy in Books" - January winners

16 reviews: books that I have already read, books that were already on my wish list, books that I didn’t even know existed… if every month is going to be like this, it’s going to be a great year!

Did you miss the reviews? Fear not, follow this link and catch up with all the bookish goodness! And if you’ve just come across the Italy in Books reading challenge 2011, you can find all the information you need by clicking here. Joining couldn’t be easier!

And now, the long-awaited moment of the prize draw!

The two lucky reviewers who, courtesy of the independent publisher Diiarts, will receive a copy each of Ask Me If I’m Happy by Kimberly Menozzi are:

Jeane, who reviewed The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco
Kathy, who reviewed The Glassblower of Murano by Marina Fiorato


  1. Congratulations to the lucky winners. I have read some of the 16 reviews and am now going to read the rest of what is a very varied selection of choices.

  2. Ooooooooooh, I won the booook! Thank you! I am really looking forward to read it!

  3. Congrats to the lucky winners! I'm enjoying the challenge, although my 'to be read' list is getting longer by the minute!

  4. Congratulations to the winners! What fun! What is the due date for reviews for February? The last day of the month? Thanks! Roz

  5. Hi Roz! Yes, every month reviews can be sent up to the last day.

  6. I just received my copy of "Ask Me If I'm Happy" autographed and sent to me by Kimberly Menozzi in Italy! Thank you so much Silvia and Kimberly. I'm looking forward to reading it soon & posting the review in April (February reading done & March reading almost done :-)


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