April 10, 2017
If you subscribe to CaFleureBon, you READ. Remember Libraries (before Wikipedia and e-books)? Although we are all so different and hail from all over the world, today we celebrate National Library Week here in the USA- April 9-15, 2017. Each of us, as children spent hours at our local library. To win this month’s spilled perfume your task is to match the Editors and Contributors with the book they are currently reading:
Steve Johnson, Guest Contributor: Children of Time by Adam Tchaikovsky
Hernando Courtright, Sr. Contributor: The Profit by Kehlog Albran
Sandi Lundberg, Associate Contributor: China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan
Aaron Potterman, Contributor: Healing Ancient Wounds by John F. Barnes
Ermano Picco, Contributor: The Eighth Vibration by Carlo Lucarelli
Gail Gross, Sr. Editor: Dadaglobe Reconstructed by Kunsthaus Zürich.
The Nosey Artist, Contributor: The Botany of Desire by Michael Pollan
Lauryn Beer, Editor: The Woman in the Shaman's Body: Reclaiming the Feminine in Religion and Medicine by Barbara Tedlock, PH.D
Robert Herrmann, Contributor: Anil's Ghost by Michael Ondaatje
Elise Pearlstine, Editor: Dot Com Secrets by Russell Brunson
Michelyn Camen, Editor in Chief: New York Diaries: 1798-2012
The Library Rob Gonsalves©
For our #nationallibraryweek draw:
Worldwide: Parfums Dusita 50 ml Issara
Worldwide: Juliana Perfumes 30ml bottle of Waiheke Dreams
Worldwide: 75 ml bottle of Mona di Orio Cuir
Worldwide 11ml Travel Spray of Zoologist Civet
USA, Canada and EU Gallivant Istanbul.
USA, Canada and EU: The Different Company Une Nuit Magnetique
USA ONLY: Anya’s Garden Fairchild –All Natural 4ml
USA ONLY: John Varvatos Dark Rebel Rider 4.2 oz
The first reader matches us correctly, will automatically win three prizes they asked for (country restrictions) and if no one guesses correctly, the draw is random. Don’t complain if you don’t get exactly what you want or you will be forced to read all 3,992 pages of Mission Earth by Scientologist founder and sci-fi writer L. Ron Hubbard. It really is a violent, misogynistic, anti-social, anti-diversity awful book that is best used as a door stopper. Your entry must include the name of the editor or contributor, (i.e. Hernando Courtright is reading…) to be eligible and of course you must be a Registered CaFleureBon reader and use your registered name. You can only enter once on the same IP. You can list as many as you want. Draw closes April 13, 2017. We would love to know what you are reading!