Blogiversary Giveaway: We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman

The sixth blogiversary giveaway comes to you thanks to lovely book blogger Sophie, from Reviewed the Book, and you can win We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman (for me, Rowan's last was out of this world good, a heartbreaking but uplifting story that will leave no one indifferent)! First, I'd like to thank Sophie for helping me celebrate my 2nd blogiversary. The giveaway is International. The winner will be contacted via twitter or email and will have 48h to claim their prize. Good luck!

We Are All Made of Stars by Rowan Coleman

What if you had just one chance, one letter you could leave behind for the person you love? 

What would you write?

Stella Carey has good reason to only work nights at the hospice where she is a nurse. Married to a war veteran who has returned from Afghanistan brutally injured, Stella leaves the house each night as her husband Vincent, locks himself away, unable to sleep due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

During her nights at the hospice, Stella writes letters for her patients containing their final wishes, thoughts and feelings – from how to use a washing machine, to advice on how to be a good parent – and usually she delivers each letter to the recipient he or she has died.

That is until Stella writes one letter that she feels compelled to deliver in time to give her patient one final chance of redemption…

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27 comentaris

  1. Sadly no time for letter now a days but I always liked writing them. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  2. Not very often anymore, but I used to. Sign of the times I suppose.

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  3. I cant even remember the last time i wrote one!

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  4. Notes rather than letters in Xmas & birthday cards

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  5. I don't usually write letters but I've just joined in a handwritten exchange so I'm going to

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  6. I don't usually write letters but I've just joined in a handwritten exchange so I'm going to

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  7. only to one lady, who doesn't have email!

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  8. No, I hate it as my writing is so bad! Even when I do write a letter (to my grandparents as they don't have a computer) I type it to make it legible!

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  9. I used to write letters all the time as I love getting old-fashioned, through-the-letterbox mail but sadly these days the only letters I write are to the school to tell them about absences!

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  10. Nope :D :)
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  11. I don't, when I was little I did though

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  12. I haven't written a letter in years!!!

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  13. I wasn't a big letter-writer, but since I started my blog I have a few international friends so I do write little notes or cards outside the holiday season as well ;-) And of course, a big fan of Xmas cards!

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  14. I still love letter writing. OK you can send emails and there's various social media (which I use) but there's nothing like sitting down and writing a letter. :) Plus I think it's more personal, although speak to all my friends (who I write to) on FB etc. :)

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  15. No, only very occasionally - I normally email.

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  16. I never write letters. Been many years since I ever put pen to paper.

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  17. Don't write letters anymore but had lots of pen friends up until I was in my twenties. Sadly lost touch.

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  18. I used to write letters all the time when I was little. Sadly it's all emails now a days :( Thanks for the fab giveaway :)

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  19. No, I've not written letters since the dawn of the email :)

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  20. Yes, but really only the occasional thank you letter - however, that also has a fair bit to do with the fact I have a disability that makes writing very difficult!

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  21. Not any more , now it is all emails and social media, sadly letter writing is not really used much . I used to love the feel and smell of the writing paper , funny how I recall that .

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  22. I used to write to my family when I was young

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  23. I'm not very good at writing letters.

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