Last week's thankful-for-coffee winner of The Possibilities of Sainthood by Donna Freitas is... Jamie! Send me your address, J.This week, I'm giving away a copy of Sarah MacLean's The Season. Some of you may have read this one already, but if you haven't, you should know that it's a treat! Think the London Season (i.e. social debut time) in Regency England, three whip-smart girls who are BFFs, dashing suitors and a murder. Love, mystery, friendship, witty banter... what more is there in life? The Season is a bubbly ride from beginning to end. I could hear the accents in my head as I read. Such fun! Also, Sarah does these great interviews on her blog called "Inside the Characters' Studio" where she interviews book characters. The lastest is Paris Pan from Cynthea Liu's Paris Pan Takes the Dare. To enter to win, let me know in the comments which era you best love reading or writing about. For me, I'm all contemporary in the writing--and I mostly read contemporary novels too--but I think it's really fun to dip into historical fiction like The Season, and even futuristic novels (Scott Westerfeld's Uglies series is one of my favorites). You guys? I'll announce a winner and a new contest next Wednesday, as usual. Good luck!