Sunday, September 23, 2012

Why YA Realistic Fiction #4: The #Giveaway

Time for what you've been waiting for: the giveaway! It's pretty simple, just enter and leave the name of a book you might want. You are not required to select that book; I am just nosy and want to know what books people are most interested in.

Some suggestions of realistic books I love:
Sean Griswold's Head by Lindsey Leavitt
Confessions of an Angry Girl by Louise Rozett
Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott
Code Name Verity by Elizabeth Wein

1. There will be 1 winner, who must have a mailing address in a country where Book Depository ships. So this contest is international :)
2. You must be 13 years of age or older or use parental information to enter.
3. You do NOT have to follow although I appreciate it; I have a couple of extra entries because I am experimenting with giveaway requirements but all it takes to enter is to input a valid email address and a book.
4. Contest ends October 6 at midnight, EST per Rafflecopter standards
5. Winner will be contacted via email by October 7 and will have 48 hours to respond with book selection and address or else I will move on to the next person. I pledge to keep your address confidential and to delete it as soon as I have shipped your book.
6. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below or email me at

 a Rafflecopter giveaway



  1. i <3 giveaways. thank you for this!! :D

  2. Perfect You is one of my favorite Elizabeth Scott books and I loved Code Name Verity. I still need to write my review and I'm finding it hard to put into words how I feel about the book. Sometimes it is easier to write about books I didn't like compared to writing about books I loved :)

  3. Awesome giveaway! Thank you! Confessions of an Angry Girl is high on the wishlist. :)

  4. Haven't read Perfect You but am a huge fan of Elizabeth Scott!
    Code Name Verity was amazing!

  5. I always have trouble with the rafflecopter bonus points--I think I do things in the wrong order and get kicked out halfway through, so we'll see if I did this right. Your example choices are great. I read and loved Sean Griswold's Head (and can't wait for Lindsey Leavitt's next book.) I have Code Name Verity on hold at the library so I'll be reading that soon. Perfect You sounds great from your review, so that's the one that I would choose. It sounds like something I and my daughter could both enjoy.

  6. tnx4 the giveaway . i lov contemp fiction

  7. Thanks so much! You have a great blog! I'm totally excited for Code Name Verity

  8. I love contemporary fiction! I might like Speechless :)


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