Monday, October 26, 2009

GIVEAWAY: Win a Signed Copy of Sliding on the Edge - CLOSED

Win a signed copy of Sliding on the Edge by C. Lee McKenzie!!
See my review here.

HOW TO ENTER:
Leave a comment telling me about your favorite "sad"
story with a happy ending.

WHO CAN ENTER:
Only US and CAN residents.

THE DEADLINE:
This contest ends November 9th, 12pm, EAST

EXTRA ENTRIES:
This contest is open to followers and non-followers, but
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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm.... I would say that my favorite sad story with a happy ending would be Even Now by Karen Kingsbury. It's about a woman who fell in love in high school and got pregnant. Through a series of events, however, she not only believed that she lost her baby but didn't have contact with the baby's father either. But in the end (many years later) a wonderful happy ending (which I will not reveal :P) occurs ;).
My e-mail is: tildaloo@yahoo.com
Good luck with this contest Morgan!

Ruidoso Public Library said...

My favorite sad story with a happy ending would be "Sarah's Key" by Tatiana de Rosnay. This is such a powerful story. This story takes place during World War II (holocaust). It’s about a Jewish girl and her journey during those horrific times, and an American journalist in Paris who is haunted by a 60-year-old secret that could destroy her marriage. The story is tied together between the two characters. It is intensely sad and it will bring tears to your eyes, yet it has an amazing happy ending. It's kind of unusual with anything involving World War II. I would definitely recommend it.

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momsblog said...

Any books by Lurlene McDaniel or Karen Kingsbury! Especially Kingsbury's 9/11 series.

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Sue said...

The Last Bridge comes to mind, but it was my most recent read. Thanks for sharing!

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Jennie Smith said...

Oh I would have to say a recent read pops out in my head... After by Amy Efaw! Riveting book! Man... makes me want to read it again!

Great contest!

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katie said...

I don't think I can pick one but I would say books by Lurlene McDaniel. I haven't read any of them recently but I used to read them all and they were definitely sad but with relatively happy endings. =]

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