Sunday, 13 November 2011

Murakami Novella Giveaway

While Murakami's latest book has finally been published in English translation, our next giveaway goes back to where it all started with Murakami's first two novellas, Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball, 1973. These stories are often hard to find in English translation outside of Japan so here is your chance.

*One winner will receive a copy each of Hear the Wind Sing and Pinball, 1973.
*Any participants of the Haruki Murakami Reading Challenge are welcome to enter. The giveaway is open worldwide but you must be a participant.
*The giveaway will close on December 10, 2011.
*The winner will be contacted by email. If the winner fails to respond within 3 days, an alternate name will be selected.
*To enter, you must complete this form:

NOTE: Comments on this post will not count as valid entries.

If you have any questions, please let me know.
Good luck!

P.S. The winners of the Norwegian Wood T-shirts received their shirts over the summer. Theresa at sunshine spilling over even posted about winning hers: to the woods and back.

The Murakami Novella Giveaway is now closed.
The winner is Emma of Boktradition.

The answer to the question on the entry form:
Murakami was inspired to write his first novel, Hear the Wind Sing, while watching a baseball game.


  1. Wow thanks a Fantastic Giveaway, Hear the wind sing, is the only one I either don't own or have not read, would complete my Murakami obsession, I even have a 1q84 T shirt.

  2. Thanks for the giveaway. I filled the form like a good girl!

  3. Awesome giveaway Nat! Must enter, have a great idea for when I win these. ;)

  4. Thx for the giveaway. I haven't read that many novels from Murakami and really would like to read more. Had to enter though.

  5. Aaaarggh why did I find your site only now? :( Please do host another giveaway!


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