Have a nice guilt trip — where would you go?

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francesca_and_lisaMother-daughter author team @Lisa Scottoline and @Francesca Serritella have a new essay collection just out called HAVE A NICE GUILT TRIP. Lucky for you we have a copy of this book–plus their FOUR previous books–to give away to one lucky winner. (Yes, the winner gets all five books!)

TO ENTER TO WIN all five book just comment below to let us know the  name of the place you would like to sneak off to if you could manage a solo summer getaway. We’ll pick one winner at random at noon on FRIDAY August 15, 2014.

 

 

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 You can also enter to win this awesome “Guilt Trip Giveaway” prize pack worth more than $1,000!

 CLICK HERE to visit Lisa’s website for full details and the entry form.

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19 Comments

  1. Actually I would go to visit my parents in Milwaukee. It’s been a while since I’ve seen them. But I highly doubt I would be welcome there without my daughter 😀

  2. I would take a cruise to the Caribbean. I love that area of the world. Relaxing on the ship would be awesome!

  3. I would love to see the beach again – any beach – and palm trees. I just love them!! And hear the seagulls.

  4. I’d go with my mum to England and Wales again. The last time around she left her cane behind thinking good riddance. She’s older now and has had to take up the cane again. I remember going on a canal boat cruise in England with friends where we opened the locks and realized how hard it was to make a living on the water. I also remember when we came to roundabouts (traffic circles) whoever was yelling the loudest is the way the car steered.

  5. I would love to go back to where my husband and I spent our honeymoon near Cape Code in a small town on the coast….Wonderful memories.

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