Even though the weather outside already feels like “winter”, in the calendars it’s still autumn time, so we continue our Acoustic Autumn contest series. This year we want to get to know YOUR favorite works of art for autumn. In exchange for the most inspiring answers, we will be giving away wonderful Danish acoustic/folk CDs to you.
For the fifht contest, Good because Danish would like to know your favorite autumn… book! Is there a book you like to read while being cuddled up with a blanket and some warm tea during the long, cold, sometimes melancholic autumn evenings?
We will give away one copy of Stefan Mørk’s album “Songs of Hope” to the lucky winner, who will charm us the most with her/his choice!
To take part in today’s contest, send a mail with the subject “Acoustic Autumn Contest #5” and your favorite autumn book with a short explanation until Friday, 5. December 2014 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to also include your address into the mail!
We asked Stefan Mørk about his favorite autumn book, to give you a little inspiration for your own answer:
“Beautiful Losers” by Leonard Cohen is my favorite experimental novel and probably Cohen’ s most noncompliant work. Members of a love triangle, their state of self-abandonment, their sexual obsessions and their admiration of a saint, takes me on a beautiful, human and witty journey every time I read it. It presents a riddle before me, which I rather enjoy not solving… At least every now and then.”