Grand Prize: (1 winner) Dinner for winner and four guests with author, Paula McLain, at a restaurant in or near winner’s hometown in the 48 Contiguous US to be chosen by Sponsor; ground transportation for winner and guests to and from winners residence to the restaurant; and four copies of the novel, The Paris Wife (ARV $1,995)

Accommodation and other expenses not included. Dinner will be scheduled subject to Paula McLain’s availability but will take place before 12/14/2012.
First Prize: (25 winners) Autographed copy of The Paris Wife by Paula McLain (ARV $25).

Jun 10 5:20 pm
  • Dorothy Hogge

    Paula, I would love to have dinner with you in Cape May, NJ!

  • Audrey Busse

    My friends and I, volunteer @ a consignment shop where the proceeds go to the arts in our county, here in Florida. We have worked together for many years and we love to share good books and movies.’The Paris Wife’ was on top of the list. We all thought we knew about Ernest Hemmingway, residing in Florida and visiting Key West often but discovered much about him and his first wife.
    It was enjoyable and I thank you. I did not pause my read willingly but from necessity.
    Yours truly,
    Audrey Busse

  • Patricia rohner

    I am an avid reader and so enjoyed the story of Hemingway and Hadley. It is rare to really understand what attracts two people and be able to feel their individual passions. Thank you for this novel and for exploring Hemingway more deeply.. I would bring my son- in-law to lunch if I win as he wrote his graduate paper on Ernest. It would be an honor to meet a successful writer as I am working on my first novel. Thank you. Pat rohner

  • I would love to have dinner with you somewhere in TN, and would bring 4 of my book club friends.We read and discussed your book and learned so much about the life and times of Ernest and his entourage. What a life!!
    Barbara Craft

  • Connie McClain

    My book club read A Paris Wife this past spring. It was one of the best books we have read this year. I would love to hav dinner with the author to discover what was ‘fiction’ in this book. Every passage I marked ‘is this real?’ turned out to be true when I researched it on the internet