This Father’s Day, Hachette Book Group offers you the chance to win the following books:
Moment of Glory by John Feinstein
Lies: A Field Guide to Lost Balls, Missing Links, and Other Golf
Mishaps by Charles Lindsay
Three people will have the opportunity to win both these books. To enter the contest, simply tell how do you want to spend Father’s Day this year? Are you okay with whatever the family plans for you or do you want to do something special?
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below. Last date for entries is June 16, 2010.
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This fathers day I am going to spend the day with my grandpa who is 85 so any time I get with him is a great day of memories that I can keep forever.
I want to spend Father's Day taking my father on a surprise picnic and ending up at his favorite blueberry patch and fishing hole.
sign me up this would be great for those dads who'd love to golf and can't get out there in the Florida heat to go do it in the summer time, so please sign me up, my boys as well as my husband, would all love it, and I'd hope to win because I'd know my husband would enjoy it totally! thanks
My dad wants to spend the day on the pontoon fishing and grilling and I am ok with that! jason(at)allworldautomotive(dot)com
This is my first dad's day being a dad so I will be spending all day with my wife and son. Anything we do will be fine as I am just grateful to be a dad.
i want to spend this fathers day with my dad. enjoying his presence and just me knowing what a great dad he is makes it all the better. i would love to take him to a restaurant that he enjoys, or just making dinner for him. Hes my dad and he deserves the best
My wife and kids usually make a big dinner for me and then I get free reign over the remote- thats how I prefer my fathers day ESPN with no complaints or Disney Channel interuptions
My dad wants to go golfing and then out to dinner so thats how I'll spend it which sounds great to me!
I want to spend this Father's Day on the phone listening to Dad's words of wisdom and stories from years gone by until neither of us can find anything more to share.
The kids are grown and living out of town, but I'll get phone calls. DW will let me choose whether I'd rather have a home cooked meal or be "taken out". And I'll relax and watch the ball game. An overall pleasant day.
I'm happy with whatever my family has planned. To me its all about having your family with you. That's what important.