Win A Book Wednesday: June 30

It’s Win a Book Wednesday. To enter a drawing for a copy of Sandra Neily’s Deadly Trespass, simply leave a comment below. (“I’ll be giving away one print copy and 5 Kindle copies. Please let me know if you also read on Kindle as well!)

Win The Maine Woods:  To win a copy of Sandra Neily’s Deadly Trespass, just leave a comment below mentioning the title. Sandra’s an award winning author (from East Boothbay, Maine) and Deadly Trespass is reviewed as:

“…a beautiful book that brilliantly captures the battle to conserve Maine’s mythical woods…” Ron Joseph, wildlife biologist & Down East Magazine author

“… exceptional, jaw-dropping TALENT…” Women’s Fiction Writers Association finalist

“…an environmental murder mystery, where the stakes are high and a vanishing world inspires violence.” Mystery Writers of America, national award

“…reminiscent of good contemporary American authors such as Joy Williams, Joanna Scott, and Cheryl Strayed”  SPR (5 stars)

About Sandra Neily

Sandy’s novel “Deadly Trespass” received a Mystery Writers of America award, was named a national finalist in the Women’s Fiction Writers Association “Rising Star” contest, a finalist in the Mslexia international novel competition, a runner- up in Maine’s Joy of the Pen competition, and recently, an international SPR fiction finalist. Sandy lives in the woods of Maine and says she’d rather be “fly fishing cold streams, skiing remote trails, paddling near loons, or just generally out there—unless I’m sharing vanishing worlds with my readers. "
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17 Responses to Win A Book Wednesday: June 30

  1. Nancy Stohlman says:

    I will be back in Maine in September and I would love to have a copy of “Deadly Trespass” to read while I am there.

    • Sandra Neily says:

      Thank you, Nancy!! so very much for entering the drawing for a copy Deadly Trespass (on Win A Book Wednesday). With the help of my grandgirl Sylvie (dipping into a tub of your names written on bits of birch bark), I’ve selected a winner. I would, however, like to share a Kindle copy for you or someone you’d like to gift it to. If you’d like a Kindle copy of the novel, please send your or your recipient’s email to sdougn@gmail.com (subject: Kindle please). Thank you for following and supporting our mayhem-writing crew at Maine Crime Writers! Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  2. Carol Alden says:

    Sounds like a great book! Hope I win!

    • Sandra Neily says:

      Hello Carol! Thank you so very much for entering the drawing for a copy Deadly Trespass (on Win A Book Wednesday). With the help of my grandgirl Sylvie (dipping into a tub of your names written on bits of birch bark), I’ve selected a winner. I would, however, like to share a Kindle copy for you or someone you’d like to gift it to. If you’d like a Kindle copy of the novel, please send your or your recipient’s email to sdougn@gmail.com (subject: Kindle please). Thank you for following and supporting our mayhem-writing crew at Maine Crime Writers! Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  3. Back when I used to go camping in Maine, I would have loved to reading “Deadly Trespass” Thank you for this chance. pgenest57 at aol dot com

    • Sandra Neily says:

      Thank you so very much for entering the drawing for a copy Deadly Trespass (on Win A Book Wednesday). With the help of my grandgirl Sylvie (dipping into a tub of your names written on bits of birch bark), I’ve selected a winner. I would, however, like to share a Kindle copy for you or someone you’d like to gift it to. If you’d like a Kindle copy of the novel, please send your or your recipient’s email to sdougn@gmail.com (subject: Kindle please). Thank you for following and supporting our mayhem-writing crew at Maine Crime Writers! Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  4. Kay Garrett says:

    Following Sandra Neily on Goodreads and have “DEADLY TRESPASS” on my TBR list. I would love the opportunity to win a print copy since I don’t read by kindle. Shared and hoping to be the very fortunate one selected. Thanks for the chance!
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

    • Sandra Neily says:

      HI Kay, I’d already selected you for a Deadly Trespass print copy after you entered the Wednesday contest two weeks ago. Thanks so much for being a faithful Crime Writers supporter. Please send me both your email and your mailing address (to sdougn@gmail.com) and I will get a copy off to you. My best to you! Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  5. judy says:

    You had me at the cover…such a beautiful wolf. Looks like a great series! I prefer print editions since I reread my Maine based non-fiction and fiction books again and again.

    • Sandra Neily says:

      CONGRATULATIONS Judy! You’ve won a print copy of Deadly Trespass. (Grandgirl Sylive picked your name.) Thank you for your support of mayhem-writing Maine authors. Please email me at sdougn@gmail.com with your own email and your mailing address. I’ll send it right out after this holiday weekend.(If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  6. Grace M says:

    I would love a copy of your book! My goal for the summer is to read books all written by Maine writers! Thank you for the opportunity.

    • Sandra Neily says:

      CONGRATULATIONS Grace! You’ve won a print copy of Deadly Trespass. (Grandgirl Sylive picked your name.) Thank you for your support of mayhem-writing Maine authors. Please email me at sdougn@gmail.com with your own email and your mailing address. I’ll send it right out after this holiday weekend. Sandy ((If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  7. kaitcarson says:

    Sounds delightful! Kindle reader here – Love the wolf. Have they returned to Maine? Here in the County we see the odd coyote, but never a wolf.

    • Sandra Neily says:

      Hello Kait! You’ve been a faithful Crime Writers supporter. Thank you so very much for entering the drawing for a copy Deadly Trespass (on Win A Book Wednesday). With the help of my grandgirl Sylvie (dipping into a tub of your names written on bits of birch bark), I’ve selected a winner. I would, however, like to share a Kindle copy for you or someone you’d like to gift it to. If you’d like a Kindle copy of the novel, please send your or your recipient’s email to sdougn@gmail.com (subject: Kindle please). Thank you so much for following our mayhem-writing crew at Maine Crime Writers! Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  8. Barbara Salmore says:

    Would love to read Kindle version on my porch this summer!

    • Sandra Neily says:

      Hello Barbara,
      Thank you so very much for entering the drawing for a copy Deadly Trespass (on Win A Book Wednesday). With the help of my grandgirl Sylvie (dipping into a tub of your names written on bits of birch bark), I’ve selected a winner. I would, however, like to share a Kindle copy for you or someone you’d like to gift it to. If you’d like a Kindle copy of the novel, please send your email to me at sdougn@gmail.com (subject line, Kindle, please) and I will arrange for you to receive a copy. For your porch reading. Thank you for following and supporting our mayhem-writing crew at Maine Crime Writers. Sandy (If you are engaged with it, I’d appreciate a Goodreads review. It’s how local librarians and bookstores decide their purchases. Thanks!)

  9. Julianne Spreng says:

    Looks like most of us prefer the feel of paper! Maybe some of what you share in your stories will make an impression on readers who don’t feel personally invested in our environmental saga. Can’t wait to read Deadly Trespass.

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