OMG! It’s June 1st! Where is the year going???
Even though life seems to be slipping away at the speed of sound, there’s good news. It’s time for another Debut Give-away!! Yay!!
Okay, so the contest. I wanted to find a way to support my fellow 2010 debut authors and help them get the word out. So, each month you have a chance to win an awesome YA debut just by stopping in and commenting on my contest post. For those of you who might be interested, here's the list of winners and their choices so far:
January: robin_titan who chose The Dark Devine by Bree Despain
February: Lisa and Laura who chose a signed ARC of Personal Demons
March: MannaB, who also chose a signed ARC of Personal Demons
April: Tricia O’Brien, who…well…chose Personal Demons too.
May: Lena, who I'm thrilled to say, chose Personal Demons as well.
Thanks to all the winners for stopping by and entering! :D If you haven't won yet, keep entering!
For our newbies (welcome newbies :p) this is how our contest works. Below I’ve listed my four YA debut picks for June. All you have to do to enter is comment on this post by noon (PST) on Friday June 25th. Nothing fancy, you can just say hi or ask a question. (I love to answer questions, especially about my books!) In addition to commenting (for which you get one point) you can accumulate extra points as follows:
Old follower: +3 points
New follower: +2 points
Follow me on twitter (@LisaDez) +2
Link to my contest post on your blog or twitter: +1 points
Dedicated post with link to my contest on your website/blog: +3 points
Add me to your blogroll: +2 points
Also on your entry, please remember to tell me how to find you (email address). And remember, there will be no rollover points. Points start new every month.
The winner will be chosen by the randomizer and posted on the blog after noon on June 25th. They will then have their choice of one of the following:
A signed ARC of Personal Demons by moi (that’s me!)
Everlasting by Angie Frazier
A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend by Emily Horner
Sea by Heidi R. Kling
The Deathday Letter by Shaun Hutchinson
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