Tuesday, April 19, 2011
Hoppy Easter Extravaganza
I decided that I didn't want to deal with extra entries this go around. I will not require a follow, but I would appreciate one. :0) Everyone who enters will get one entry! You must be 13 or older to enter this contest. Good luck and have fun with the hop.
Here is the US selection.
Monster Heart by Gary Turcotte, Pulse of Power by Anne Elizabeth, Vampire Plages: London, 1850 by Sebastian Rook, Vampire Plagues, Paris 1850 by Sebastian Rook, and Vampire Plagues, Mexico 1850 by Sebastian Rook
Back row: Murder by another Name by Jo Stone, Bell, Book and Scandal by Jill Churchill, Sea Change by Aimee Friedman. Mountain Dragon: Aspiration by Bradley Clemmons, and Beat the Band by Don Calame.
There is also a bookmark of Laney by Joanne I. Martin Sowles. All of the books are used and have been on my bookshelf. Some may have my last name written in ink in the cover. One is a library book that I purchased in a sale at my local library.
US only - Please fill out this form!
Sixteen-year-old Miranda Merchant is great at science. . .and not so great with boys. After major drama with her boyfriend and (now ex) best friend, she's happy to spend the summer on small, mysterious Selkie Island, helping her mother sort out her late grandmother's estate.
There, Miranda finds new friends and an island with a mysterious, mystical history, presenting her with facts her logical, scientific mind can't make sense of. She also meets Leo, who challenges everything she thought she knew about boys, friendship. . .and reality.
Is Leo hiding something? Or is he something that she never could have imagined?
Praise for Sea Change:
"An evocative setting, an air of mystery and some intriguing love interests for Miranda, a 16-year-old budding scientist, will make Friedman's novel irresistible to romance fans...Movingly and convincingly drawn." - Publishers Weekly
"Miranda is likable and interesting, and she possesses a self-awareness and confidence that is coupled with an insecurity that makes her real and easy for readers to connect with themselves. . .A good choice to pass to readers who devour supernatural romances but are ready to move on from vampires and fairies.."
See who else has something to give away!
Posted by Lisa Faber at 10:01 PM