Oh my! We are already in the end of December! Shocking isn’t it? If you remember from my first post I mentioned that this week’s would be special. Part of the reason is that I am doing my first international giveaway! The other part is that there are some twists to the US giveaway but I’ll talk about those down below.
So here’s what you need to know:
– I will be giving away two books a week every week in December.
-The books being given away are lightly used and well taken care of ARCs, some of which have come out/been published already, while others have yet to be released/published.
-These weekly giveaways only run for one week. So enter ASAP.
(NOTE: since this is my first international giveaway, please enter it only if you are NOT a US resident so that international readers get a chance to enter and win. US residents can enter the specifically US giveaways. Also I am not responsible for anything after the prizes leave my hands!)
So I have to be kind of stingy here, so I am only giving away ONE book (via the book depository), but I promise that I’ll try to do a few more giveaways like this throughout the year instead of doing one big giveaway for you guys, I hope that is ok.
Sometimes I don’t get around to reviewing books or my review doesn’t show how much I really adored the read. So I am letting you guys pick one from a selection of my favorite books (most of which I never reviewed) from the past few years.
1) Dragonswood: This is a super fun read I read all the way back in 2012! I must have really enjoyed it because it has stuck with me, and I still remember it quite fondly. It had a lot going on, but it never felt like there was an overwhelming amount of things happening at once.
2) Darker Still: I love Leanna Renee Hieber and I love this series. It is just stunning! Magical, twisted, and totally swoon worthy. You can see my review with here here. And my review from 2012 is over here.
3) The Replacement: This is a really special book. It is unlike anything I’ve read before and is dark, but not at the same time. It is indescribably unique and quite the trip.
So, pick one, and if you win I’ll have the book depository send one your way!
-One ARC copy of Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige. (I had a fun time reading this one a while back, you can see my mini review here.)
-One ARC copy of Please Excuse This Poem: 100 New Poets for the Next Generation by Brett Fletcher Lauer, and Lynn Melnick, forward by Carolyn Forche
-One rainbow candy cane that is cherry flavored
Give away two: