Monday, March 18, 2013

EPIC AUTHOR EVENT Week 4 Giveaway!

Yo! Did you guys hear?  There is an EPIC author event scheduled for Powell's Books in Portland Oregon on April 17th! It will feature a panel of SEVEN fabulous authors, and I'm humbled and privileged to be included among them. There will also be EPIC, ONE OF A KIND SWAG for all who attend! (More deets on that later.)

The authors are:
Mindee Arnett (The Nightmare Affair), Leigh Bardugo (Shadow and Bone), Sarah Fine (Sanctum), Kristin Halbrook (Nobody but Us), Ingrid Paulson (Valkyrie Rising), Kody Keplinger (The DUFFA Midsummer's Nightmare) and moi. =)

Because I love these ladies and their books, I'm giving one signed book away every week between now and April 12th to celebrate! One winner will be chosen randomly each Friday and they will have their pick of any of the above authors' books, signed! Yep, FREE BOOKS just for you, because you know I love you, right? Entries DO NOT roll over from week to week, so if you've entered before, you must enter again to go into the randomizer for this week's drawing.

So, here's what you have to do. Just fill out the form below by Friday March 22nd at noon PST. If you want extra entries, Tweet or Facebook links to this contest and include the links on the form, and for a bonus entry, answer the following question in comments:

Which book(s) have you read in the last year that totally creeped you out?

And remember! Every weekly entry (including bonus entries) will be thrown into the pot for the GRAND PRIZE drawing on April 19th! The grand prize is a set of seven signed books! (One by each author!)

Good luck!

11 comments:

  1. The Archived kind of creeped me out, but I totally loved it!

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  2. Wicked: Witch by Nancy Holder! Gosh that book was dark!

    -K8
    http://froze8.blogspot.com/

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  3. I read Bluff by Lenore Skomal, which is a story of a woman in a coma who is pregnant and aware of everything that is going on around her, but they think she is not and she is kept alive to bring her child to term. I think what creeped me out was the plausibility :) Thank you for the awesome giveaway opportunity.

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  4. Hopeless by Colleen Hoover was the best book I have ever read since I began reading. It was very powerful and beautiful.

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  5. I am in the process of reading SPLINTERED and it's kind of creeping me out! In a good way, though :0)

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  6. i haven't really read anything creepy in the last year but... there were some parts of SHADOW AND BONE that was creepy.

    leslie aka laughinggirl9

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  7. Fear by Michael Grant had some creepy scenes... I wasn't really scared, but I have to admit they were gruesome!

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  8. I didn't read any books that creeped me out in the past year.
    Thank you.
    vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

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  9. I finally read the Chaos Walking trilogy by Patrick Ness. Totally unsettling.
    Blackout by Mira Grant
    The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
    Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

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  10. I would have to go with Let the Right One In by John Ajvide Lindqvist, great (and creepy!) book. :)
    Thanks for a giveaway!

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