Gilmore Girls Book Give-Away: Coffee At Luke's

The series finale of ‘Gilmore Girls’ aired last night, closing the book on the adventures of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. Feedback on the internet seems to be mostly positive about how the show ended, despite the fact that the show had to end. We figure fans of the show are going to start to go into ‘Gilmore Girls’ withdrawal around the middle of next week so we thought we’d send one lucky fan a copy of “Coffee At Luke’s,” a new book that offers some interesting perspectives on the show and it’s characters.

“Coffee At Luke’s” is a collection of essays submitted by writers who are fans of the show. Each chapter offers its own unique perspective on the series. Some of the chapters include:

Boys Not Allowed – Jennifer Armstrong proposes a unique theory for why marital bliss continues to elude Lorelai Gilmore

Best-Friend Mom - Stephanie Lehmann explores the relationship that Lorelai and Rory Gilmore share.

In Defense of Emily Gilmore - Charlotte Fullerton argues why this family matriarch may justifiably be considered the third Gilmore Girl.

Chapter descriptions provided by BenBella Books

Contest Rules

To enter the Cinema Blend – “Coffee At Luke’s” book give-away, send an email to Contest(at)Cinemablend(dot)com. You must put GILMORE GIRLS: COFFEE AT LUKE’S GIVE-AWAY in the subject line of your email. Emails MUST be received by Wednesday, 5/23/2007. One winner will be chosen at random and sent an email requesting their mailing address.

Additional rules: Cinema Blend staff members are ineligible to enter. We can only ship to addresses in the continental U.S. so only entrants with a US mailing address can participate. No purchase necessary. Failure to comply with the rules will result in your disqualification from the contest.

If you’d rather skip the contest (or if you’re not one of the lucky winners) and would like to purchase a copy of “Coffee At Luke’s” you can purchase it here..

We’ve also got a ‘Veronica Mars’ give-away going which ends Saturday, May 19, 2007. If you’re interested in entering to win a free copy of “Neptune Noir: The Unauthorized Investigations Into Veronica Mars,” click here for more the book review and contest rules.

Kelly West
Assistant Managing Editor

Kelly joined CinemaBlend as a freelance TV news writer in 2006 and went on to serve as the site’s TV Editor before moving over to other roles on the site. At present, she’s an Assistant Managing Editor who spends much of her time brainstorming and editing feature content on the site.