Enter My Prize Giveaway to Celebrate Constitution Day in South Korea

This contest is now closed. Stay tuned for Toby's future giveaways! 

 

South Korea's Constitution Day is celebrated in July. The holiday marks the country’s first constitution declared by its National Assembly on July 17, 1948.  On behalf of the Korean-American protagonist in my novel Happy Any Day Now, I’m holding a celebratory giveaway. First prize in the drawing is a charming Korean doll dressed in the traditional Hanbok and a copy of Happy Any Day Now. Runner-up prize is a copy of this novel that stars Judith Soo Jin Raphael, a musician whose past revisits her present with unexpected consequences.

The contest is now closed. 


Praise for Happy Any Day Now:

“Judith Raphael is half-Korean and half-Jewish, and full on fabulous! Toby Devens’ novel is warm, witty, and wonderful.”—Wendy Wax, author of While We Were Watching Downton Abbey                       

“Judith Soo Jin Raphael is unique and also completely like your best friend…Such fun!”—Nancy Thayer, author of The Island House

“Charm, insight, and smart, sardonic humor.”—Liza Gyllenhaal, author of A Place for Us