Bookperk: What’s Your Number?

  If you’ve read Save Karyn as many times as I have, then reading Karyn Bosnak’s second book, What’s Your Number? (previously published as 20 Times a Lady) should be on your to-do list.  (I know that it’s on mine.)

The movie version of the book, also called What’s Your Number? comes out this Friday, September 30th. In celebration of the movie, HarperCollins has released an awesome deal on their new Bookperk site: purchase the book and get a free movie poster — signed by the star of the movie, Anna Faris — all for $19.99. The

Bookperk is run by publishing giant HarperCollins. Similar to sites like Groupon, each cool offer has to be purchased by a certain number of people for it to become valid. Users can also earn a Bookperk credit for inviting their friends to the site. If that friend makes a purchase, then you get a $10 credit to use towards any of the current offers.

Other current Bookperk offers include a copy of Coco Chanel: The Legend and the Life by Justine Picardie plus a free tote bag featuring a Karl Lagerfeld sketch of  Coco Chanel for $20; and an Ovarian Cancer Awareness package with three Avon Romance books: The Deed by Lynsay Sands, Seduction of Scandal by Cathy Maxwell and In the Arms of a Marquess by Katharine Ashe, plus OPI nail polish in Official Ovarian Cancer Awareness Teal and an Ovarian Cancer National Alliance coaster, information card and bracelet for $19.99.

Bookperk was launched earlier this year and only features HarperCollins authors. The ideas behind the deals sometimes come from the authors themselves, adding another level of interaction between the writers and their dedicated readers. So go to the site and sign up for the Bookperk mailing list — you never know when your favorite author might offer up a cool “perk” of their own.


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