Book give-away/name that book

I love the Polish people. I don’t know any Polish people personally, but I love them anyway because they keep buying my books. I think that says something about their inherent good humor and fine taste in literature.

Sometimes my publisher sends me the Polish additions of my books, which is very cool. Here you can see that 1,000,000 sprzedanych ejzemplarzy!!!

I am not actually sure what that means, but I hope that it means I’ve sold a million books, because I know I’m pretty close to that number. (The last I heard on the cover of My Double Life, it said I’d sold nearly a million books.)

You would think that my publisher would tell me these sorts of details, but no, I only learn them from the flap copy of my books.

Anyway, when I got this book it took me several minutes to figure out what book it was. And then when I did figure it out, I couldn’t believe that I hadn’t realized it as soon as I saw the cover.

So for all you true-blue Janette Rallison fans, I’m doing a book giveaway that Random.org isn’t involved in. The first person who can guess which of my books this is the Polish version of, will win the English version of the book. (Or the Polish one if you’d rather.)

You only have one guess, (no fair listing all of my books).

Good luck!


Comments

Book give-away/name that book — 25 Comments

  1. I was going to cheat and look it up, but I’m too lazy and I own all your books. Okay, almost all. Besides, that cover thing probably says “Only 1,000,000 zlotys this week only! Big Sale Making!”

  2. The 1,000,000 sprzedanych ejzemplarzy does mean “a million copies sold.” I’m not sure about the translation of the title, because it’s idomatic. Literally I think it’s something like “All grasps/tricks allowed.” Google translator says it’s “All it takes.” Maybe some of your Polish Facebook friends could give you a better translation. But yeah, All’s Fair in Love, War, and High School.

  3. Yep, Lexie nailed it on the first comment. It’s All’s Fair in Love,War, and High School. The cat on the roof is the give-away. And Samantha is left in front of the Vet’s clinic, so we can assume there’s a road somewhere around.

    Lexie,
    Send me your address (and Polish or English preference) at jrallisonfans at yahoo dot com

  4. Fame, Glory, and Other things on my to do list. It reminds me of the opening scene where the girl gets into the wrong Honda. I’ve read the book several times and still laugh at that. the whole book is one of my favorites because I laugh so much

  5. It is definitely “All’s Fair in Love, War, and High School.” It is the part of the book where Samantha and Brad (her soon to be ex-boyfriend) try to take Samantha’s cat, Frisky, to the vet to get spayed. No wonder Frisky put up such a fight.

  6. I know this post was like, almost a year ago, but I still have to comment. That is SO ‘All’s fair in love, war, and high school’. As soon as I saw Frisky I knew.

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