C. Crane’s 30 Year Anniversary- 30 Days of Giveaways, Day 7!

My sincere apologies. I had some technical difficulties over the weekend so I was not able to post on the blog on Saturday and Sunday. What we did is we selected six winners from those who commented on Friday’s post. The winners are:

David L: SoftSpeaker™ Pillow Speaker

Paulo Angelico: CC Bright Night LED Bulb with Night Light Fixture

Louis Cizek: CC Pocket AM/FM/WX

Gale: CCRadio-EP AM/FM Radio

Tim Stewart: Power Vivid® BR40 LED Light Bulb (Cool White)

Randall Thornton: Power Vivid® A15 LED Light Bulb Cool White

Today’s giveaways are the CC Gozo AM/FM Radio and a GeoBulb® II Warm White. For a chance to win, all you have to do is comment on today’s blog

Today’s blog topic: If you could read a book anywhere in the world, what book would it be and where would you read it? The winners will be selected by random draw and will be announced tomorrow morning.

CC Gozo AM/FM Radio & GeoBulb®-3 LED Light Bulb Warm White

CC Gozo AM/FM Radio & GeoBulb® II LED Light Bulb Warm White

85 Responses to “C. Crane’s 30 Year Anniversary- 30 Days of Giveaways, Day 7!”

  1. danrshaw Says:

    In Cold Blood camping in the hills east of LA.

  2. danrshaw Says:

    In Cold Blood while camping in he hills east of LA

  3. Earl Tharp Says:

    The book I would read would be The voyage of the Beagle, by Charles Darwin. I would read it on one of the Galápagos Islands.

  4. Steve Thompson Says:

    The Bible in Bethlehem.

  5. V Oberoi Says:

    Would love to read sacred “GEETA” in the peaceful surroundings at home.

  6. Keith Kemp Says:

    I would love to read the Bible in Israel some day.

  7. Vimal Says:

    Rich Dad Poor Dad while travelling

  8. Chuck Mound Says:

    ‘God Bless You Mr.Rosewater’… On Salvo beach ,Hatteras Island N.C.

  9. Josh Bodine Says:

    I have long enjoyed reading Desert Solitaire while being lost deep in the canyons of Southern Utah~~~~~~~~~~~~!

  10. Mary Bokus Says:

    I would re read The Raven by Eager Allen Poe. My location would be Baltimore, Md.

  11. Daniel H Says:

    Fire Season somewhere in the Gila range in AZ.

  12. Bobby Says:

    I would read Earthly Delights by Kerry Greenwood, an author recommended to me by my aunt who is a writer. The place would be along Big Creek in the Bitter Root Valley in Montana. Looking at today’s news, I need a serene place to escape to in my head.

  13. Buzzard Says:

    The adventures of Tom Sawyer sitting in a dory on Lake Pend O’ Reille, Age 74

  14. Sherman Says:

    I would choose George Orwell 1984, and the setting would be on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial

  15. Charlie Sneller Says:

    Your CC Wifi Internet Radio is the best. What a world and still can’t believe how many stations there are in the world.

  16. charliesneller Says:

    CC Wifi Internet Radio is the best. Still can’t believe how many great stations in the world there are for listening to music, etc. Thanks for a great radio!

  17. Gary Franks Says:

    Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden” in the deep woods under a tree with a lot of bug spray.

  18. hubenak Says:

    Le Petit Prince in Tunisia
    (or if Tunisia is busy I shall read in Petra)

  19. Stan L. Says:

    I would read Gideon’s Spies on the beach in Tel Aviv

  20. Robin Wilson Says:

    I would like to read any historical autobiography while in the Cairo Museum so I could take breaks looking at the mummy artifacts

  21. Robin D Says:

    I would reread Dragonriders of Pern series by Anne McCaffrey. I would be on a beach somewhere where the sun is shining and it is warm.

  22. jeff d Says:

    At the base of the Mendenhall Glacier in Alaska……. Reread the Bible looking around at the wonders of nature!

  23. Al Oomens Says:

    If I could only choose one book, it would be the Bible, and just about anywhere…

  24. Rob Says:

    Lord of the Rings from anywhere on the Oregon Coast

  25. Pat Says:

    The Bible, in Costa Rica.

  26. Randall Thornton Says:

    E.A. Poe on a moonlit night on Cave Run Lake.

  27. Wally Slynko Says:

    Summer of 42 on Martha’s Vinyard.

  28. Suman Says:

    I would like to read My Experiments with Truth at nearby liabrary

  29. Paul S. Says:

    1984 out loud in Congress.

  30. Stewart Tim Says:

    Curious George on a Bora Bora beach

  31. Felix Kneuper Says:

    The Bible on Easter Island!


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