WIN! One of Two Great Prizes

Book Cover, Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist

NOTE: CONTEST OVER (2/1/2011)

We are GIVING THINGS AWAY to start the new year, to announce our new Facebook Fan Page, and our new Newsletter.

Tony Hillerman introduced Diné Bikeyah, Quincy Tahoma’s homeland, and its Navajo people to a wide audience of readers.  When he died in 2008, his daughter was at work on a book with his help. She expanded it to include memories of her dad.

Book Cover

Now Anne Hillerman and photographer Don Stel have traveled throughout Navajo country and written a book, Tony Hillerman’s Landscape: On the Road with Chee and Leaphorn, published in 2009. If you want to see photographs of the land that Tahoma painted and read lyrical descriptions, this is the book for you. If you want to take a road trip through Navajo land–real or from your armchair–you’ll love this book.

Vera Marie has reviewed this beautiful book at A Traveler’s Library. Take a look, because we are offering the copy furnished by the publisher to a lucky reader who does one or more of the following:

1. Subscribe to Quincy Tahoma Blog by Email or if you are on Facebook, sign up for Networked Blogs in the right hand column of this page;

2. “Like”the Facebook Fan page of Quincy Tahoma: The Life and Legacy of a Navajo Artist (just follow the link and click the “like” button);

3. or a subscribe to the new Quincy Tahoma E-Newsletter.

Anyone who has subscribed to one or more of these three Tahoma outlets, by the end of January, will have his or her name entered in a drawing to take place at the end of January.

But WAIT–There’s More–as they say on TV….

A second name will be drawn to win a  ONE OF A KIND mouse pad with a reproduction of Tahoma’s painting, Two Horses Prancing. Thanks to Quincy’s talent and Charnell’s creativity, it will the most beautiful home your mouse has ever had.

Two Horses Prancing, Mousepad

Wow! Isn’t that beautiful!

You have until 12:01 a.m. February 1 to sign up for your subscriptions. The name of each subscriber will be put on a list, numbered, and selected by random.org. Only one subscription to each newsletter, Facebook and blog per e-mail address, but one person can subscribe to all three for three chances.  If the first winner does not respond, a second will be drawn.  Only open to people with addresses in the United States of America. See all the Contest Rules here.

Good luck!

(If you are reading this in RSS feed, in your e-mail, or on Facebook, you will need to go to the blog page in order to comment, order the book, or to subscribe in order to enter the contest.)

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8 Responses to WIN! One of Two Great Prizes

  1. Kristen says:

    I love Tony Hillerman’s work. Cool contest. I “liked” you on FB.

  2. Kristen says:

    I’m a big Tony Hillerman fan. Great contest. I “liked” you on FB.

  3. I’m pretty I’ve already liked your FB page and followed the Networked blog thing here. It’s hard to remember, what I clicked. :o)

  4. What a great road trip that would be. Was an avid Tony Hillerman fan. Sad that there will be no more books. Hope I win this one- we’ll follow the trail.

  5. pen4hire says:

    Roxanne, you signed up for the Blog, through Networked Blogs, and you liked the FB page. All you have to do is look at the Facebook page and see if your pretty face shows up in the list of supporters. Thanks so much for your support!

  6. Alexandra says:

    I’m really glad that you have done this book. Cannot wait for it to be published so I can buy a copy! Did you know that Native Americans have a following in France? I remember being surprised when I lived there at the documentaries and even a shop selling Navajo jewelry.

  7. what an incredible giveaway – that book sounds fantastic!

  8. pen4hire says:

    It is a gorgeous book, and I’m happy to see you’ve entered the drawing! People have until the end of January to get into the contest.

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