A Summer of Giveaways! (Week Seven)

Posted on 08/01/2013 in Giveaway / 35 Comments

"A Summer of Giveaways"

Welcome to A Summer of Giveaways!  This giveaway is hosted by us and ReadingTeen.net, so make sure you stop over there to check out their great summer of giveaways, too! What’s a summer of giveaways, you ask?  Well, it’s a chance for us to clear our shelves before a bunch of great fall titles come out and for you to score awesome books!  Each Thursday for 12 weeks, beginning June 20th in celebration of Summer of course, we will feature a giveaway where the winner gets to choose their book from the giveaway pile!  Can we possibly use any more exclamation points?!  We don’t think so!

 


This giveaway features YA, NA and Adult titles, but mostly YA. All signed books will be noted as such. We’re going to clone this post each week, so if a book is crossed off the list, it is no longer available. Please keep that in mind!  Since the giveaways run right into each other (one ends and another begins at virtually the same time), we will update this post with what is available.

UPDATED INVENTORY!

"A Summer of Giveaways"
"A Summer of Giveaways"

 

The Books Up for Grabs

The Scottish Witch (The Chattan Curse #2) by Cathy Maxwell

Quantum Coin (Coin #2) by E.C. Meyers (ARC)

Through the Ever Night (Under the Never Sky #2) by Veronica Rossi (ARC)

Hunter and Fox (Shifted World #1) by Philippa Ballantine

Taking Chances by Molly McAdams (signed)

UNRAVELING (Unraveling #1) by Elizabeth Norris (ARC)

Hidden (Firelight #3) by Sophie Jordan (ARC & signed)

Soriel (Starfire Angels: Revelations #1) by Melanie Nilles (signed)

Requiem (Delirium #2) by Lauren Oliver

Slide (Slide #1) by Jill Hathaway

The Elite (The Selection #2) by Kiera Cass

Shadow of the Mark (Carrier of the Mark #2) by Leigh Fallon (ARC)

The Dark Shore (Atlanteans #2) by Kevin Emerson (ARC)

Wild Awake by Hilary T. Smith (ARC)

 Remember!  If it’s crossed through, it is no longer available and someone has already won it!  And don’t forget to check your email to see if you won last week!  The winner will also be announced on the post! Check out the giveaway page to see what others have won.


Giveaway 4-1-1:

  • To win a physical book, you must live in the U.S.
  • No PO boxes, the winner must have a physical street address
  • You must be 13 years or older to enter
  • Winner has 48 hours to respond to email or they forfeit their prize
  • The winner will be announced on this post after the giveaway ends
Please see all our giveaway rules.

But wait!  For our international peeps, we’ll be giving away a $5 Amazon giftcard – EACH WEEK! a Rafflecopter giveaway a Rafflecopter giveaway

School’s out and summer’s begun, let’s get our reading on!

   

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Jennifer is a bona fide book nerd. She thinks "bookworm" sounds gross and secretly gains pleasure at the pained looks her husband often shoots at her personal library. She collects books like the Duggar family collects kids, and began waiting for her Hogwarts letter at the tender age of 33.

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35 responses to “A Summer of Giveaways! (Week Seven)

  1. sarah c.

    My favorite book as a kid was called A Forgotten Door or something.. I cant reamember the exact title or author. There was another one too but i cant remember that title.. they were both Scholastic books..

  2. Beth D.

    My favorite book as a kid was probably Matilda by Roald Dahl. I read it so many times I practically had it memorized!

  3. HILLARY REYNA

    My favorite book as a kid must have ‘Where the Wild Things Are.’ That must have been the start of my adventurous book phase because afterwards I would read a lot Magic Tree House books. I never did get to finish those books lol

  4. Suzie

    The book I really remember reading as a kid was called “Nobody’s Fault”. I tried to find it for my niece several years ago and found it was out of print but thanks to eBay, I did find a copy for her

  5. Ariel

    I used to love reading animal books so I would say A Dog’s Life by Ann M. Martin. Also any book by Sharon Creech.

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