Last Day to Enter!

This is it - the last day to enter for your chance to win!

Here are the details:

In celebration of 100+ followers, I'm giving away a copy of ACROSS THE UNIVERSE by Beth Revis (paperback).  But wait, there's more!  There's also a SIGNED copy of A MILLION SUNS by Beth Revis (hardcover).  One lucky winner will get BOTH!

 The Rules:
  • Entries will be accepted through 11:59 pm CST on Friday, July 6th.  
  • Open internationally.
  • There are many ways to increase your chances below.  
  • Your name will be entered at least once and additional times based on your responses.
  • One winner will be selected by random drawing.

Just complete this form to enter and THANK YOU for your support!



Comments

  1. A favorite childhood read would be anything by R.L. Stine.

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  2. Any of the Little House on the Prairie books were my favorite.

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  3. I was first drawn to Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret as a child. Then followed up with other Judy Blume books. Then ran into Tolkien and Lewis and got fantasy high :-)

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  4. I think I forgot to leave links...

    https://twitter.com/LoraReedPalmer/status/221361991598620672
    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lora-Palmer-YA-Writer/144172288935800
    http://crowriverwriter.blogspot.com/2012/07/last-day-to-enter.html

    Not sure if my last attempt at a comment disappeared when I was clicking back and forth out of windows, so I'll answer the question about my favorite childhood novel again. It was The Darkangel by Meredith Pierce. I read it when I was 13 and absolutely fell in love with the story. I saw on the cover that it was book 1 of a trilogy, but nowhere did it say what the titles of any sequels were. And, of course, this was way before internet. Anyway, so about 10 years later, I pick up a random book in the library, drawn by its unusual title--Pearl of the Soul of the World--and read the blurb. It mentions Aeriel (the MC of Darkangel) and a rhyme (that I was sure had to do with the rhyme in Darkangel). Sure enough, it turned out to be Book 3 in the series! I was so excited, and read the book immediately, and put in a request for Book 2, A Gathering of Gargoyles.

    The trilogy is a must read for any YA fantasy lovers.

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