If you recognize your email, congratulations!
You just won a copy of Jake Adelstein’s Tokyo Vice!
If you think this is you, shoot a message to JapanagramJonelle@gmail.com and tell me if you’d like an ebook or paperback (and if paperback, let me know a mailing address you’d like it sent to) and I’ll get it to you soonest.
If I didn’t pull your name from the hat this time, you might get lucky next time! In March/April, I’m giving away a copy of Riku Onda’s awardwinning murder mystery, The Aosawa Murders, so check the May-June Japanagram to see if it’s your lucky day.
How I pick the winners: On the last day of each month, I load all the email addresses of Japanagram subscribers into a random name picker on the Web and ask it to choose subscribers to match however many books I’m giving away that month. Then I publish the emails in the next day’s Japanagram (all emails obscured in a way so only the subscriber will be able to recognize it as their own, of course!)
The Last Tea Bowl Thief was chosen as an Editor’s Pick for Best Mystery, Thriller & Suspense on Amazon
“A fascinating mix of history and mystery.” —Booklist