We’re giving away a bunch of our favorite books from 2016. Up for grabs next: three copies of Lab Girl by Hope Jahren.
Here’s what I wrote about Lab Girl in our Best of 2016 round-up:
Like the plants and trees that Hope Jahren studies, Lab Girl is the story of trying to find purchase. Purchase for a girl then young woman then professor who wants to live a life of science in a world that doesn’t particularly like science, and women scientists in particular. Months after listening to Lab Girl, that is what has stuck with me—Jahren’s will to define a life for herself as a scientist, mother, teacher, friend, and colleague that defies easy categorization or ready-made role. That she has created a meaningful life, insisted on and fought for that life, reminds us that it can be done.
To enter for a chance to win, submit your email in the form below and try one (or more!) of our great email newsletters. The giveaway is open to U.S. and Canada residents and will be open through December 25th at midnight Eastern. One entry per email address; winners will be contacted via email, so use an email address you actually check.
To help you pick your newsletter, here’s a quick overview of what each of them are:
True Story (twice a month)
Our forthcoming newsletter dedicated to non-fiction (January 2017 launch). Recommendations, news, themed lists, and a bunch of other stuff for the stranger than fiction crowd.
New Books! (1x a week)
Every Tuesday, our resident velocireader Liberty Hardy tells you what books coming out that week should be on your radar. It’s a TBR-buster, and it hurts so good.
Book Riot Promotions (weeklyish)
Find out about special offers (like this giveaway for example), new products, and just generally interesting stuff from Book Riot and our advertising partners. Giveaways, new books, bookish services, and a whole bunch more.
The Riot Rundown (3x a week)
This is the best of Book Riot. Three times a week, we send you an email rounding up our best stuff, from lists to opinion to news to humor. Probably the easiest way to keep up with what’s going on around here.
This Week in Books (weekly)
Get the scoop on the latest literary news, all summed up and put into context. It’s the easiest way to keep up with the reading world without…well…really trying all that hard.
Ok, we’re all set. Here’s the entry form. Good luck!