Book Giveaway: Book Of Dreams

21 Oct

Davis Bunn and his publisher, Simon and Schuster, have given me a copy of his latest novel, Book of Dreams, to give away!  (Look for my review in October)

An internationally-acclaimed psychologist’s dream-interpreting gifts are unleashed when she has to rely on an ancient manuscript she inherits in order to interpret the dreams of a mysterious client. 

Book of Dreams holds a strong message of biblically inspired prophecy linked to global financial chaos, as well as a rich interweaving of transplanted lives, lost hopes, and second chances.

Davis Bunn is the author of numerous national bestsellers in genres spanning historical sagas, contemporary thrillers, and inspirational gift books. He has received widespread critical acclaim, including three Christy Awards for excellence in fiction, and his books have sold more than six million copies in sixteen languages. He and his wife, Isabella, are affiliated with Oxford University, where Davis serves as writer in residence at Regent’s Park College. He lectures internationally on the craft of writing.

To enter, click on Comments at the bottom of this post.  Please tell us about a dream that you have had come true or a dream that was so vivid you thought it really happened.  Also, include an email address so I can contact you if you win.  Do to some technical difficulties with leaving a comment, the giveaway will run through October 31.  The winning entry will be chosen by random number generator.

Good Luck!

14 Responses to “Book Giveaway: Book Of Dreams”

  1. krystallarson September 30, 2011 at 8:04 am #

    I don’t think I have ever had a dream come true…and I rarely remember and dreams whatsoever >< this looks like an interesting book! edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom

  2. kimyunalesca September 30, 2011 at 1:08 pm #

    This is amazing! :O I’ve always wanted my own book of dreams coz I don’t really know how to interpret them (most of the time ;))

    I got quite a lot of crazy dreams it’s funny I can still remember them lol :)) like one time I’m reading my email and I’m so happy,anxious and excited about my friends reply as I was about to open and read them I just woke up and I was like I gotta open my account then puff! it’s there XD and there’s this time I was being mug inside a jeep I dunno where to stash my valuables the thief is like pointing me his gun then I’m frozen solid and stiff I woke up my heart’s beating so fast I can’t barely move it feels so real! then there’s this time I kept on dreaming about my childhood home (nostalgia),when I’m sick before I get well i dreamed about me running on this thin line of a stick with a huge boulder rolling then it will crush me in the end I woke up I’m all better so silly I know lmao :))


    • rbclibrary October 21, 2011 at 4:44 pm #

      I had a dream once that my boyfriend had gone to a club and met some girl. I told him about it and he laughed it off. Well I discovered not too long after the creep had in fact met a girl at a club and was seeing her behind my back. Needless to say he is no longer my boyfirend and I made sure she knew about it too. He was dumped by both of us!


      (I added this, because Margaret was having such a hard time posting a comment.)

  3. karenk October 2, 2011 at 4:06 pm #

    i really don’t remember my dreams…thanks for the chance to read this wonderful novel 🙂

  4. SusanB October 23, 2011 at 9:33 am #

    This sounds like a great book! I have a very vivid dream the night my Mom died. It gave me peace as I saw her crossing the River of Life and seeing her sisters waiting for her.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  5. Beth Underwood October 24, 2011 at 7:12 pm #

    Once, when I was working on a song for the children’s program at church, I had a hard time pulling it together. That night the completed song came to me in a dream and I was able to have it ready for the next Sunday. I look forward to reading how this book deals with the subject.

  6. Terri Wangard October 24, 2011 at 7:32 pm #

    I frequent had a dream about three hidden rooms in our house. No one knew of them. They were beautiful. Never figured out how they got there or why no one knew of them. I started calling them the Secret Rooms, but after naming them, I never had the dream again.

  7. Suzanne Sellner October 24, 2011 at 7:40 pm #

    Once when I was the children’s Sunday school coordinator at my church, I was recruiting teachers for all the children’s Sunday school classes to begin in the fall. Some time during that summer, I had a dream where the roster of teachers for the various classes scrolled through my mind indicating that all the positions were filled. Unfortunately the names scrolled too rapidly for me to focus on specific names, so I really felt that the Lord was simply reassuring me that He would provide the teachers and not to stress over any remaining vacancies. God is so good!

  8. Harmlessjoyce (Joyce Elferdink) October 24, 2011 at 9:52 pm #

    Two weeks after my boyfriend died, I dreamed of being with him. I remember saying to him, “now that you are back, will you have the surgery?” But just after that I seemed to understand and said, “you won’t need it because you are dead.” And I woke up crying.

  9. mammo October 25, 2011 at 11:09 am #

    I haven’t read Book of Dreams, but I definitely want to. The subject fascinates me and T. Davis Bunn is one of my favorite authors. I’ve read everything he has written to date, including the books he has co-authored.

  10. Jennifer Miernik-Hamilton October 25, 2011 at 11:23 pm #

    I was five years old. It was Christmas Eve in Bountiful, Utah. I’d fallen asleep–finally!–and dreamt that Santa had left a fat, bulging sock filled with candy and tiny toys hanging on the door knob on the door right next to my four-poster bed.

    I remember opening my eyes, rolling out of the bed–as if Santa had spoken to me in my dream, commanding me to wake up!

    I reached for that sock.

    But to my great disappointment (and let me tell you, I bawled for the longest time)…it was only a dream after all.

  11. Christine A. October 31, 2011 at 11:30 am #

    I have weird dreams about books I just read before I go to bed, so I need to be careful what I read. No dream that I can think of lately. Great giveaway.

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