PQL Holiday Giveaway # 2: Music to Your Ears

PQL Holiday Giveaway Week 2

Hi Quill friends! We hope you enjoyed last week’s PQL Holiday Giveaway featuring some great books inspired by history. This week, we’re upping the ante with another tempting treat for you literature lovers….

Since it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, we’ve decided that ’tis the season to be jolly, and what better way to make spirits bright than to give away another fabulous book bundle?


Concord of Sweet Sounds, My Life on Earth and Elsewhere, Jan in 35 Pieces

This week, our lucky winner will receive a print copy of each of three books: Gerard Brender à Brandis’s visual stunner Concord of Sweet Sounds, composer R. Murray Schafer’s excellent memoir, My Life on Earth and Elsewhere, and of course cellist Ian Hampton’s beautiful and chuckle-inducing Jan in 35 Pieces, which was just longlisted for the RBC Taylor Prize.

For your chance to win:

1. log in to the form below using email, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram
2. earn up to six entries by visiting Facebook and Instagram, following us or Tweeting on Twitter or by signing up to our newsletter. (If you’re already a newsletter subscriber and an avid social media follower, the bonus entry method is for you!)
3. log out of the form to submit your entry

The winner will be contacted by email next week.



PortraitThanks to everyone who entered last week’s giveaway. Best wishes to those who toss their hats in the ring this time, too!


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One Response to PQL Holiday Giveaway # 2: Music to Your Ears

  1. Olivia Coutinho says:

    I would love to win

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