Young Adult Author. Book Nerd. Devourer of All Things Chocolate.
BOOK GIVEAWAY (PART THREE)!!!!!!!
THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you all so much to everyone who participated! Without further ado, the winner is…*drum roll*…Madison Brooks!!! Be on the lookout for an email in your inbox, Madison! 🙂
To celebrate THE WOOD’s release last month (how is it possible that THE WOOD has been on store shelves for almost 2 months now??), I am doing a huge 15 book giveaway through the months of July-September. The first giveaway included 5 books by my critique partners and other authors who had a big hand in my publishing journey (you can check out that blog post here if you’d like). Last month, I gave away books by the authors who have most shaped me as a writer, plus a signed copy of THE WOOD (that blog post is here). And now, for the final month of my celebratory giveaway, I am giving some love to my fellow 2017 YA debut authors by giving away six of my favorites: THE HATE U GIVE by Angie Thomas; DAUGHTER OF THE PIRATE KING by Tricia Levenseller; COLD SUMMER by Gwen Cole; CARAVAL by Stephanie Garber; YOU DON’T KNOW MY NAME BY Kristen Orlando; and a pre-order of one of the most amazing fairy tale retellings I’ve ever read, FOREST OF A THOUSAND LANTERNS by Julie C. Dao (out October 10th, 2017).
To enter, please fill out the Rafflecopter form below. One winner will be randomly selected on Saturday, September 30th (US resident only). That winner will be notified by email and/or twitter message (if applicable) and will have one week to claim their prize. If their prize is not claimed in one week, Rafflecopter will randomly select another winner.
Thank you so much for stopping by, and for helping me celebrate the launch of my book baby, THE WOOD!!! And as the season of all things football and pumpkin spice starts up (a.k.a. my favorite season ever), if you’re looking for a good autumn read to curl up with under a good flannel blanket on these chilly nights, be sure to check out THE WOOD, which celebrates all things autumn, all things fantastical, and all things weird and creepy. 🙂