This Chick’s YA Book #Giveaway!

Hi fellow book bloggers! I have really enjoyed reading your reviews, recommendations, and bookish lists over the last two and a half years! Thank you so much for your comments and support! I have cleaned out my YA/NA TBR pile and am offering the books pictured above in a giveaway open to all US, European and Canadian bloggers. I will pick THREE bloggers to receive three books, and ONE blogger will receive four books.

Here is what you have to do!

1) In the comments section please let me know one of your favorite YA books that you read in 2017. Why did you like it so much? Why would you recommend it to me? The book doesn’t have to have been released in 2017 just read last year.

2) Let me know which three books in the above picture you’d prefer to receive. I won’t guarantee that you will get those three if you are chosen, but I’ll do my best.

Sunday January 7th at 9pm cst I will let you know on your comment if you are a lucky winner. I’ll give you my email address so you can send me your address and I’ll get your books shipped out next week. Easy!

My goal is to learn some great new books, have a friendly discussion about your recommendation and clean out my bookshelf!

Book List

Wake the Hollow by Gaby Triana

Under the Lights by Abbi Glines

Forbidden by Kimberley Griffiths Little

Flamecaster by Cinda Williams Chima

The Darkest Lie by Pintip Dunn

Beyond Your Touch by Pat Esden

A Hold On Me by Pat Esden

City Love by Susane Colasanti

The Novice by Taran Matharu

Red Rising by Pierce Brown

Chasing Truth by Julie Cross

The Protector Project by Jenna Lincoln

Nexis by A. L. Davroe

Good Luck!

Deb

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25 thoughts on “This Chick’s YA Book #Giveaway!

    1. Where do you live? I could make an exception depending upon the cost of shipping. I really wanted to reach put to bloggers in other cou tries who have difficulty getting English/Americal novels.

      I LOVED Six of Crows and have the sequel on my nightstand. I think the length of it has kept it sitting there. Lol. I haven’t read Chima Williams novels and have this one also on my kindle so thought I’d share the hardback.

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      1. Aww thank you so much!! That’s really sweet- I live in the UK, but I really am *trying* to reduce my number of physical books right now 😉 (and shipping is really expensive!) But thank you- that is incredibly kind to offer!!

        It’s so awesome!! I’m glad- I hope you like the sequel!! Well that’s cool- I really hope you like them- they’re all so brilliant 😀

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  1. Hi! What an exciting giveaway!
    My favorite 2017 read (which was a 2017 release too!!) was Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer. It was so beautifully written and emotional, and I think it is something a lot of people would enjoy!
    As for picking three books, I would have to say The Novice, Flamecaster, and Under the Lights!

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  2. The best book I read last year was Six of Crows, but you said you already read that, so maybe The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo. It’s a collection of short stories that are like fairy tales. Some of them are very creepy and I loved it so much. The physical book is also really pretty.
    For three the three books: Flamecaster, The Novice, and Red Rising.

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  3. Hi there 🙂 What an incredibly generous giveaway!!

    My favorite book that I read in 2017 was The Black Witch by Laurie Forest. It was beautifully written, and touched on real world issues – which was nice to see in a fantasy novel! If you haven’t read it, I would definitely recommend it!! I couldn’t put it down!!

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