Contest Is Closed – Win Wildwood Dancing by Juliette Marillier

Personally, I like a book with a pretty cover, good characters, and a great storyline. Hence, I’ve decided to give away the most awesome Wildwood Dancing, that and I have two copies. πŸ˜€


To enter, leave a comment telling me what fairy tale you relate to the most, and why. Please leave your email address.



Extra entries:


+1 becoming a follower of my blog


+3 if you were already a follower


+2 for posting a link to my contest


Contest Ends 8/31/2009
About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.


  1. Lost in a Book says

    I'd like to enter!
    +3 for following
    +2 its on my sidebar at

  2. Loved this book. Here's to winning (fingers crossed)

    +3 follower
    +2 I blogged you (not sidebar, actual post!)
    +2 Myspace " (
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    +2 Twittered link (

    11 total

  3. Yay so excited people entering! πŸ˜€

  4. bookjourney says

    I just became a follower. i want to answer your question but I am totally blank…. I am usually quite good at this and love fairy tales!

    This is going to bug me…LOL

    Anyway, please enter me as I obviously need to read some great fantasy fairytale style book to get my brain working again. πŸ™‚

    Oh – and I like the same book styles you do – great cover, great characters, and a great storyline.

  5. Forgot to post this the first time, I was too worried about my links, I guess. I suppose as a kid I related to Rapunzel. I mean, I wasn't kept in a tower and named after salad or anything, but I always had ridiculously long hair. I got called Rapunzel. The thing about a lot of fts is that they feature damsels in distress, and I was never much of one of those…
    The tales I loved the most as a kid were The Elves and the Shoemaker, Puss in Boots and The Twelve Dancing Princesses (which is part of why I loved this ^ book). Maybe I loved them because I related in some way?

  6. I just noticed you Reading Rainbow thingie at the top. Nice.

  7. Um, 'your' RR thingie, not 'you'…
    Anyway, I posted my review of WWD, and thought I'd provide another linky to your contest…

  8. +3 already a follower =)
    +2 posted on sidebar

    this is great!!

    leslie-lv at hotmail dot com

  9. opps forgot the fairy tale lol hmm i would have to say… cinderella lol my own family serves as the wicked step mother and step sister's and my current boyfriend serves as my prince charming =)

  10. I relate a lot with The Snow Queen and East o'the Moon, West o'the Sun faiy tales. Oddly I hate the cold XD

    And Kuniko Y. Craft's art is AMAZING.

    +1 became a follower
    +2 linked to my sidebar (


  11. a flight of minds says

    Hm. Fairy tale I most relate to? Maybe The Little Mermaid- sometimes I wish I could be on the "greener side" of life and doing something completely new and different. Although unlike Ariel, I wouldn't actually do it…

    +3 Already a follower! πŸ™‚
    +2 posted about the contest:

    Alex (& Lauren) at aflightofminds(at)hotmail(dot)com

  12. I would choose The Little Mermaid because I want things I can't have.

    I'm a follower.


  13. I'd probably say I relate to The Little Mermaid – I'm always curious about whats out there

    +1 I'm a follower

    πŸ™‚ Erica

  14. Gosh that is a really hard question. I guess I will have to go with Mulan. I know it is not a traditional fairy tale, but it is the only one I am kinda like since I am a tomboy

    +3 already a follower

    +2 added to sidebar


  15. Please enter my name in your draw. Thanks.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  16. I just became a follower of your blog.
    wandanamgreb (at) gmail (dot) com

  17. I think I've always related to Sleeping Beauty. I've always enjoyed sleeping! And believed that my prince would come wake me up from my slumber!

    melacan at hotmail dot com

  18. If I had to choose among traditional fairy tales, I'd pick Cinderella – a real underdog-makes-good story. Cinderella might have been made into a drudge, but that didn't mean she was content to stay that way. When she got the chance for something better, she took it.

    Marian – mdperera at hotmail dot com

  19. Fairy tale: Cinderella – when I was about 8 my Mom started giving me chores to do so I'd pretend to be Cinderella – made the time and chores go quickly.

    New follower

    Can i subscribe to your blog via email??

  20. Hansel and Gretel.

    Please count me in.


  21. Snow White? The only thing I really have in common with her is I love animals(:

    +1 new follower
    +2 linked on my sidebar



  22. Shawna Lewis

    +1 Cindarella for sure!!!!I just I had the little mouse and Bird friends!!!

    +1 I became a follower

    +2 I twetted here is is the link

    +2 I posted this on Facebook here is the link

    6 Points Total

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