Friday, September 30, 2011

Where to Send this Card

I have a box of 100 cards from Penguin that depict book covers.  Daughter and I decided that we would send them out in the order that they are in the box, after sorting through them and shuffling them.  We are stuck.  Who to send this card to.  I don't want to send it to just anyone, as I don't want to infer that anyone's wife is only half awaked.

For information about this story, check out what they have to say at Classic Crime Fiction. 

If you'd like a chance to win this card, be sure to leave a comment and ensure that you have included your email
For further postcard fun, check in with Beth at the Best Hearts are Crunchy for Postcard FriendShip Friday.


  1. I think the safest possible would be to send it to someone who isn't married, an unmarried crime fiction enthusiast. :)

  2. I do not collect postcards but have been accused of collecting everything ephemera. Thank you for the invite via the comment on my blog! Most certainly, count me in!

  3. Hi, Heather--what a fabulous postcard! Indeed, count me in and happy PFF! (grin)

  4. I grew up reading some of Erle Stanley Gardner's books but I have not come across this one. Being a non-native English speaker, I do not know the connotation of the title it intrigues me so. Looks like a great vintage postcard to add to my collection though - count me in, please!

    My contact details: postmistress-at-postcardscrossing-dot-com. Thank you for the invite!

  5. Hello Heather,

    This is a nice idea ! I never about this book but I love card and actually I'm always happy to receive them, so you can count on me.

    Thanks to the PFF I'm travelling the world and I'm happy to find new bloggers as well, hope you'll come by my place someday.

    Wish you a lovely day


    There's no way to include my mail in this comment form. Oops ! you can send me an mail from the blog if you want to.

  6. Hello again Heather,

    Something went wrong and I don't know if my first comment is gone or not !

    well I can't repeat the exact words but I just says that I found you on the PFF and that I love your idea and will be happy to receive a card also.

    Hope to see you on my blog too. Can't see a email part on your comment form you can send me one from by blog.

    Nice day


  7. Hi Heather,

    Count me in! I love mysteries and Erle Stanley Gardner. I haven't read the half-wakened wife ... sounds intriguing! What fun! Happy PFF!

  8. i would definitely love to have that, hoping and crossing my fingers that i will be the winner. thanks for the visit.




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