Banned Books Week Giveaway Hop

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Welcome to my stop for the Banned Books Week Giveaway Hop!!

“Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the value of free and open access to information. Banned Books Week brings together the entire book community –- librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types –- in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.” – ALA (more information can be found here)

One Winner – Choice of One of the Books Below

13reasonswhyThirteen Reasons Why

By Jay Asher

Clay Jensen returns home from school to find a mysterious box with his name on it lying on his porch. Inside he discovers thirteen cassette tapes recorded by Hannah Baker, his classmate and crush who committed suicide two weeks earlier.

On tape, Hannah explains that there are thirteen reasons why she decided to end her life. Clay is one of them. If he listens, he’ll find out how he made the list.

Through Hannah and Clay’s dual narratives, debut author Jay Asher weaves an intricate and heartrending story of confusion and desperation that will deeply affect teen readers.

Frequently Challenged for: Drugs/alcohol/smoking, sexually explicit, suicide, unsuited for age group*

 

To Kill a Mockingbird mockingbird

By Harper Lee

The unforgettable novel of a childhood in a sleepy Southern town and the crisis of conscience that rocked it, To Kill A Mockingbird became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960. It went on to win the Pulitzer Prize in 1961 and was later made into an Academy Award-winning film, also a classic.

Compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving, To Kill A Mockingbird takes readers to the roots of human behavior—to innocence and experience, kindness and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos. Now with over 18 million copies in print and translated into forty languages, this regional story by a young Alabama woman claims universal appeal. Harper Lee always considered her book to be a simple love story. Today it is regarded as a masterpiece of American literature.

Frequently Challenged for: offensive language; racism*

perksofbeingawallflowerThe Perks of Being a Wallflower

By Stephen Chbosky

Charlie is a freshman.

And while he’s not the biggest geek in the school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective, intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and trying to run from it.

Charlie is attempting to navigate his way through uncharted territory: the world of first dates and mix tapes, family dramas and new friends; the world of sex, drugs, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show, when all one requires is that perfect song on that perfect drive to feel infinite. But he can’t stay on the sideline forever. Standing on the fringes of life offers a unique perspective. But there comes a time to see what it looks like from the dance floor.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is a deeply affecting coming-of-age story that will spirit you back to those wild and poignant roller-coaster days known as growing up.

Frequently Challenged for: anti-family, drugs, homosexuality, offensive language, religious viewpoint, sexually explicit, suicide, unsuited to age group*

The Hunger Games hungergames

By Suzanne Collins

Winning means fame and fortune. Losing means certain death. The Hunger Games have begun… In the ruins of a place once known as North America lies the nation of Panem, the shining Capitol surrounded by twelve outlying districts. The Capitol is harsh and keeps the districts in line by forcing them all to send one boy and one girl between the ages of twelve and eighteen to participate in the annual Hunger Games, a fight to the death on live TV.Sixteen-year-old Katniss Everdeen regards it as a death sentence when she steps forward to take her sister’s place in the Games. But Katniss has been close to dead before–and survival, for her, is second nature. Without really meaning to, she becomes a contender. But if she is to win, she will have to start making choices that weigh survival against humanity and life against love.

Frequently Challenged for: anti-ethnic; anti-family; insensitivity; offensive language; occult/satanic; violence*

Contest Policy

01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on September 28th at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to anywhere that the Book Depository ships to.

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*Reasons for challenging these books were taken from the ALA website.

Review: Infinityglass (& Giveaway)

infinityglassTitle: Infinityglass

Author: Myra McEntire

Series: Hourglass #3

Read via: Received for review from publisher

The stakes have risen even higher in this third book in the Hourglass series.

The Hourglass is a secret organization focused on the study of manipulating time, and its members — many of them teenagers -­have uncanny abilities to make time work for them in mysterious ways. Inherent in these powers is a responsibility to take great care, because altering one small moment can have devastating consequences for the past, present, and future. But some time trav­elers are not exactly honorable, and sometimes unsavory deals must be struck to maintain order.

With the Infinityglass (central to understanding and harnessing the time gene) at large, the hunt is on to find it before someone else does.

But the Hourglass has an advantage. Lily, who has the ability to locate anything lost, has determined that the Infinityglass isn’t an object. It’s a person. And the Hourglass must find him or her first. But where do you start searching for the very key to time when every second could be the last?

Both Hourglass and Timepiece were brilliant books that I fell in love with. Myra McEntire has created a fascinating series full of original characters and innovative ideas. When the opportunity arose to read Infinityglass, I jumped for it. This series has been one of the most fascinating, intricate ones I have ever read, and although I’m sad to see it end, Infinityglass wraps things up with style while also standing alone as brilliant story with heart-pounding romance.

As with the previous book, this one also introduces new narrators. I will admit to being mildly disappointed that Ava was not the narrator as she has remained one of my favorite characters throughout the series and I still would love to have her story, but as I got to know Dune and Hallie, I fell in love. Dune is impressive. He’s extremely intelligent, caring, and if he doesn’t make you swoon I worry for you. Hallie can hold her own against Dune. There’s certainly no doubt about that. She’s feisty, driven, and has a really complicated family life. Together these two complete each other and they certainly bring out the best in each other.

The action in the previous books has been intense, but the stakes are definitely higher as everything begins to converge. All the moments and plot twists tie together, and it creates some serious drama for all of the characters we have come to care about over the course of the series. While I loved the mythology of the Infinityglass finally coming out as well as seeing what happened when Hallie’s mom finally played all her cards, my favorite part of this book was definitely the relationship between Dune and Hallie. While I have loved the couples in all the books, Dune and Hallie could very well be my favorite. Everything about the two of them was brilliant.

Cover: 4
Plot: 4.5
Writing: 4.5
Personally: 4.5

Overall: 4.3 out of 5

Egmont USA has graciously offered a copy of Infinityglass to one lucky reader (US Only). Enter below!

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College 101: Back to School Giveaway

Back to School Giveaways!!

To wrap up my series of “College 101” posts, I have a few giveaways for you to enter!

IMAG0366Giveaway #1: Classics

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Lorna Doone by R. D. Blackmore
50 Classical Masterpieces cd
Mozart cd

Giveaway #2: FantasyIMAG0367

City of Lost Souls by Cassandra Clare
ARC of Nobody by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Curse of the Hellmouth dvd
Blue Ikea Laptop Sleeve (fits  12″ laptop/tablet)

IMAG0368Giveaway #3: Reality

Babe in Boyland by Jody Gehrman
ARC of Wanted by Heidi Ayarbe
The OC Season 1 dvd
Hilary Duff Metamorphosis cd

Giveaway #4: Gift Card

$10 digital gift card for Amazon or $10 in books from The Book Depository

Notes

Listed above is what will definitely be included, but I may also throw in some other little goodies.
Most of the CDs/DVDs are used, and as far as I know everything works perfectly, but I do not guarantee anything.

Rules

Giveaways #1-#3 are US ONLY!
Giveaway #4 is open to anyone who can receive a digital gift card from Amazon/The Book Depository.
You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
The winners will have 48 hours to respond & claim their prize(s). If they do not another winner may be chosen.
All giveaways close for entries on August 17th at midnight (EST).
CONTEST POLICY

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Review: Notes From Ghost Town (+Giveaway)

notesfromghosttownTitle: Notes From Ghost Town

Author: Kate Ellison

Read via: ARC from Publisher

They say first love never dies…

From critically acclaimed author Kate Ellison comes a heartbreaking mystery of mental illness, unspoken love, and murder. When sixteen-year-old artist Olivia Tithe is visited by the ghost of her first love, Lucas Stern, it’s only through scattered images and notes left behind that she can unravel the mystery of his death. 

There’s a catch: Olivia has gone colorblind, and there’s a good chance she’s losing her mind completely—just like her mother did. How else to explain seeing (and falling in love all over again with) someone who isn’t really there?

With the murder trial looming just nine days away, Olivia must follow her heart to the truth, no matter how painful. It’s the only way she can save herself.

The summary for this book intrigued me when I first read it, and when the opportunity arose to read this, I jumped. This is the first book I’ve read by Kate Ellison, and I cannot wait to read more. Notes from Ghost Town was a chilling read, and I was fascinated by it. Kate Ellison has created a wondrous blend that focuses on mental illness, grief, and mystery.

Olivia’s situation consistently tugs at the heartstrings. First of all, she’s struggling to come to terms with the loss of Lucas, her best friend from childhood and a boy she was on the verge of falling in love with. As if that isn’t enough, her mother is facing trial for Lucas’ murder. Kate Ellison does an amazing job of conveying the complex emotional state that Olivia faces, and she has created a setup that will keep readers guessing. Throughout the book, I was always wondering whether or not I could believe what Olivia thought was happening. She truly meets the definition of an unreliable narrator. Surrounding Olivia is a fantastic cast of characters Raina (her living best friend), Lucas, Austin (he reminds me a little bit of Logan from Veronica Mars), and her father top the list for me. All of them were realistically drawn, and I loved the way they interacted.

Notes from Ghost Town‘s main storyline is a murder mystery. However, the journey to uncover the murderer was much more interesting than discovering who it was. This was probably due to the fact that I was able to figure out who really committed the murder quite early on in the book. But there were just so many fantastic plots and subplots running through the story, I was entranced. There’s the relationship between Lucas and Olivia and how she comes to terms with his death, her budding romance with Austin, resident bad boy, Olivia’s struggle to face her mother’s mental illness and the way her father is moving on, and, of course, Olivia’s challenges regarding her own sanity.

Overall, Notes from Ghost Town was an amazing book that nicely blends mystery, romance, and drama. I also appreciated the realistic approach Kate Ellison takes regarding mental illness. I would definitely recommend this book, and the only issue I had with it was the somewhat predictable twists.

Cover: 3
Plot: 3
Writing: 3.5
Personally: 3.5

Overall: 3.2 out of 5

And thanks to the awesome people of Egmont USA, one lucky winner will get a brand-new hardcover copy of Notes from Ghost Town and a paperback copy of The Butterfly Clues. For more information about either book or their author, check out Kate Ellison’s Facebook page & her website!
*USA/CAN Only

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CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on April 1st at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to US/CAN only.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day + Giveaway

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! In the spirit of green-ness, I’m hosting a giveaway of one of my favorite memoirs Unnaturally Green!

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Ever wonder what it’s like to perform in a mega hit musical (when you have little idea what you’re doing)? From her audition to closing night — to every moment in between — Felicia takes you behind the scenes of her first professional show (ever!) as she understudies the lead character of Elphaba in Wicked’s San Francisco company. As she leaps professional hurdles, she faces personal challenges as well: falling in love after heartbreak (with a spatula-wielding muscle hunk), living far away from home (in the worst neighborhood of all time), confronting her overachiever demons (and an all-consuming fear of failure), and learning, time and again, what it means to be green.

Goodreads // My Review

One Copy of Unnaturally Green – US/INT*

CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on March 23rd at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to anywhere that the Book Depository ships to.

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For the Love of Swoon Giveaway Hop (INT*)

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For the Love of Swoon Giveaway Hop

annaandfrenchkissOption 1: Anna & the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

“I love you as certain dark things are loved, secretly, between the shadow and the soul.”

“Will you please tell me you love me? I’m dying here.”

“Why is it that the right people never wind up together? Why are people so afraid to leave a relationship, even if they know it’s a bad one?”

“I’m a little distracted by this English French American Boy Masterpiece.”

Option 2: Bloodlines by Richelle MeadBloodlines_320

“Takes a lot of tries before you hit perfection.” He paused to reconsider that. “Well, except for my parents. They got it on the first try.”

“The color,” he breathed. “When you stand in the light. They’re amazing… like molten gold. I could paint those…” He reached toward me but then pulled back. “They’re beautiful. You’re beautiful.”

“I decided the Alchemists needed an entire department devoted to handling Adrian Ivashkov.”

“Not true,” said Adrian. “All guys mean the same thing when they want to ‘get to know a girl better.’ You’re a well-bred young lady, so I understand why you’d be too innocent to understand. Good thing you’ve got me here to interpret.”

One Winner – Choice of Bloodlines or Anna & the French Kiss

CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on February 20th at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to anywhere that the Book Depository ships to.

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And don’t forget to check out the rest of the blogs participating!


For the Love of Swoon Giveaway Hop (INT*)

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For the Love of Swoon Giveaway Hop

annaandfrenchkissOption 1: Anna & the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins

“I love you as certain dark things are loved, secretly, between the shadow and the soul.”

“Will you please tell me you love me? I’m dying here.”

“Why is it that the right people never wind up together? Why are people so afraid to leave a relationship, even if they know it’s a bad one?”

“I’m a little distracted by this English French American Boy Masterpiece.”

Option 2: Bloodlines by Richelle MeadBloodlines_320

“Takes a lot of tries before you hit perfection.” He paused to reconsider that. “Well, except for my parents. They got it on the first try.”

“The color,” he breathed. “When you stand in the light. They’re amazing… like molten gold. I could paint those…” He reached toward me but then pulled back. “They’re beautiful. You’re beautiful.”

“I decided the Alchemists needed an entire department devoted to handling Adrian Ivashkov.”

“Not true,” said Adrian. “All guys mean the same thing when they want to ‘get to know a girl better.’ You’re a well-bred young lady, so I understand why you’d be too innocent to understand. Good thing you’ve got me here to interpret.”

One Winner – Choice of Bloodlines or Anna & the French Kiss

CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on February 20th at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to anywhere that the Book Depository ships to.

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And don’t forget to check out the rest of the blogs participating!


Review: Nobody (& Giveaway)

nobodyTitle: Nobody

Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Read via: ARC from publisher

There are people in this world who are Nobody. No one sees them. No one notices them. They live their lives under the radar, forgotten as soon as you turn away. 

That’s why they make the perfect assassins.

The Institute finds these people when they’re young and takes them away for training. But an untrained Nobody is a threat to their organization. And threats must be eliminated.

Sixteen-year-old Claire has been invisible her whole life, missed by the Institute’s monitoring. But now they’ve ID’ed her and send seventeen-year-old Nix to remove her. Yet the moment he lays eyes on her, he can’t make the hit. It’s as if Claire and Nix are the only people in the world for each other. And they are—because no one else ever notices them. 

I hadn’t heard much about this book before I accepted it for review, but I knew of the author and the summary sounded awesome. Plus, the fantastic cover didn’t bother me at all (How cool is that?!). After reading Nobody, I find myself having mixed emotions. This is an incredible book, but it is also quite intense to read.

Claire is an adorable character. Yes, I know you are not supposed to use the adjective “adorable” for a teenager, but I’m not sure of a better word to describe her. And I mean this in a good way. The poor girl has lived her life without any real human contact, but she has managed to keep this wonderful sweetness about her. Despite her miserable growing-up years, she still has a beautiful heart and she has not become as bitter as she could be. Nix is pretty much her opposite in a lot of ways. He has suffered tremendously and is likely just a little bit unstable. My heart broke for him again and again throughout this story. I feel like he really needed a mother’s hug.

The premise for this book was fascinating. The author does a great job setting up and explaining the Institute and the abilities that the different characters have. This will sound rather strange, but I kind of want to be a “Nobody.” The things that Claire and Nix can do are incredible, and I love the way they use both their unique abilities and their own character traits to attack the Institute.

Overall, I found Nobody to be an engrossing story with delightful characters, but it also delves into some much deeper issues. I would recommend this book to older teens especially fans of dystopian or light sci-fi. There is definitely some content that may not be appropriate for younger readers, violence/murder, and also, there is a particular scene that may be triggering to people who have dealt with self-injury. However, Jennifer Lynn Barnes has created an intricate, fascinating story filled with memorable characters that is definitely worth reading.

Cover: 4.5
Plot: 3.5
Writing: 3
Personally: 3

Overall:  3.5 out of 5

And thanks to the awesome people of Egmont USA, one lucky winner will get a brand-new hard cover copy of Nobody and a paperback copy of Every Other Day (which sounds really cool!). For more information about either book or their author, check out Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ website here!
*USA/CAN Only

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CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on February 18th at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to US/CAN only.

Review: Nobody (& Giveaway)

nobodyTitle: Nobody

Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Read via: ARC from publisher

There are people in this world who are Nobody. No one sees them. No one notices them. They live their lives under the radar, forgotten as soon as you turn away. 

That’s why they make the perfect assassins.

The Institute finds these people when they’re young and takes them away for training. But an untrained Nobody is a threat to their organization. And threats must be eliminated.

Sixteen-year-old Claire has been invisible her whole life, missed by the Institute’s monitoring. But now they’ve ID’ed her and send seventeen-year-old Nix to remove her. Yet the moment he lays eyes on her, he can’t make the hit. It’s as if Claire and Nix are the only people in the world for each other. And they are—because no one else ever notices them. 

I hadn’t heard much about this book before I accepted it for review, but I knew of the author and the summary sounded awesome. Plus, the fantastic cover didn’t bother me at all (How cool is that?!). After reading Nobody, I find myself having mixed emotions. This is an incredible book, but it is also quite intense to read.

Claire is an adorable character. Yes, I know you are not supposed to use the adjective “adorable” for a teenager, but I’m not sure of a better word to describe her. And I mean this in a good way. The poor girl has lived her life without any real human contact, but she has managed to keep this wonderful sweetness about her. Despite her miserable growing-up years, she still has a beautiful heart and she has not become as bitter as she could be. Nix is pretty much her opposite in a lot of ways. He has suffered tremendously and is likely just a little bit unstable. My heart broke for him again and again throughout this story. I feel like he really needed a mother’s hug.

The premise for this book was fascinating. The author does a great job setting up and explaining the Institute and the abilities that the different characters have. This will sound rather strange, but I kind of want to be a “Nobody.” The things that Claire and Nix can do are incredible, and I love the way they use both their unique abilities and their own character traits to attack the Institute.

Overall, I found Nobody to be an engrossing story with delightful characters, but it also delves into some much deeper issues. I would recommend this book to older teens especially fans of dystopian or light sci-fi. There is definitely some content that may not be appropriate for younger readers, violence/murder, and also, there is a particular scene that may be triggering to people who have dealt with self-injury. However, Jennifer Lynn Barnes has created an intricate, fascinating story filled with memorable characters that is definitely worth reading.

Cover: 4.5
Plot: 3.5
Writing: 3
Personally: 3

Overall:  3.5 out of 5

And thanks to the awesome people of Egmont USA, one lucky winner will get a brand-new hard cover copy of Nobody and a paperback copy of Every Other Day (which sounds really cool!). For more information about either book or their author, check out Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ website here!
*USA/CAN Only

a Rafflecopter giveaway

 

CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on February 18th at midnight.
05. This giveaway is open to US/CAN only.

Happy Belated Blogoversary (& Giveaway)

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Happy Belated 2nd Birthday to Paper Dreams!!

I know, I’m a terrible person to be late for my own blogoversary, but if you have been following me for the past two years I doubt you are completely surprised. Two years. Wow is that a crazy thought.

If you’re interested in reading how I got started blogging, check out last year’s post, and, if not, continue on for my rambling about the past year (oh, and a giveaway).

This second year of blogging was definitely quite different from the first year. The best comparison is that my first year was the honeymoon period, and this year has been the start of the little fights and drama. That is not to say that this past year of blogging was bad, but it was probably more of a learning experience. I took a step back from the blog this past summer, and I reevaluated where I was at, where I was going, and where I wanted to be. I realized some important things.

1. I was letting ARCs rule me
This was happening in two ways. First, I was often reading ARCs like they were a chore, and this frustrated me immensely. Secondly, I was always seeing the ARCs other people were getting, and I was constantly trying to figure out what made them “better” to get them. I was jealous, I’ll admit it.

2. I wasn’t reading for fun
As someone who has always read for pure enjoyment, this was kind of devastating for me to realize. Books, in general, had become a job for me, and I wasn’t giving them a chance to woo me anymore.

3. I was blogging for faceless, nameless people
I was super stressed about only posting “useful” or “popular” content to the point that I felt myself losing my own voice on MY blog. Crazy, I know.

So, these realizations led to some changes. I decided to incorporate more of my other obsessions (TV & movies) into the blog to help keep the pressure off of reading, and I have begun blogging for me again. I try to create posts that fascinate me first, and, hopefully, will also engage my readers. I have stopped stressing about ARCs and stats. The numbers game isn’t worth it, and, while ARCs are awesome, I have a huge TBR pile and the book will eventually be released, so what’s the big deal?

Letting go and relaxing my blogging style has helped me tremendously. I still feel guilty when I don’t post all the time, but, honestly, people are not going to all stop visiting if I skip a day here or there. Yes, I know that implies that I still care about the numbers a little bit, but really everyone wants to have followers otherwise you’re basically talking to yourself.

Anyways, that was a long and ramble-y post, and I’m so proud of anybody who read it all. In fact, I reward you now (and those of you who just skipped to the bottom) with a couple fabulous giveaways!!

Thanks for being here, everyone! Here’s to another year of discovery!

Giveaway #1 – Favorite Books Discovered Because of Blogging Bundle (US Only)

-Anna & the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
-Lola & the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
-A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan

Giveaway #2- Misc. Combination of Awesome & Popular Bundle (US Only)

-Chime by Franny Billingsley
-A Million Suns by Beth Revis
-Dark Eyes by William Richter

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Giveaway #3- Fantastic-ness That I’m Obsessed With & Must Share Bundle (INT*)

 

-The Liar Society by Lisa & Laura Roecker
-The Lies That Bind by Lisa & Laura Roecker

 

 

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CONTEST POLICY 
01. You must be at least 13 years of age to enter.
02. You are not required to follow or spread the word (although both are very much appreciated). You just have to fill out the form.
03. The winner will have 48 hours to respond and claim their prize.
04. Closes for entries on January 31st at midnight.
05. Giveaways 1 & 2 are open to US RESIDENTS ONLY, but Giveaway 3 is open to anywhere that The Book Depository ships to.
06. Please only enter either Giveaways 1 & 2 OR Giveaway 3.