Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Have you read Alvor? Book Giveaway

If you haven't read Alvor yet, now's the time. We're giving a book away, The Everafter by Amy Huntley. Released September 2009, this one is pretty new. It's a good seller, so if you havent' heard of it, this is a great way to pick it up.



Do you want to win a new YA book?





Here's the rules....


Leave a comment with your favorite line from Alvor and what page # it's on. Believe me, I'll know if your page # is right. Super easy. I'm looking forward to your answers.

Yeah, I know this is tricky, you have to actually have a copy of Alvor around for this to work, but it's worth it, right?

***And, to qualify, you have to be a follower of this blog. Also, to simplify the process of notifying the winner, you MUST leave your e-mail address. ***

+1 link this contest to something (your blog, twitter, facebook, website, etc) Please include what you linked it to

+1 if someone enters the contest and mentions that you sent them here - they have to say your name to get the extra entry

Contest ends December 19 at 12 PM MST. Yeah, I made it noon so I would have time to post the winner on Saturday. We use random.org to choose the winner.

I'm really liking the idea of giving away other books- so we might have to keep doing it. If you're anything like me, I run out of things to read on a regular basis. It's fun to have a fresh book around.

4 comments:

L.T. Elliot said...

My fav. line: "But she was the one who brought happiness out of him best." pg #200

I actually like that whole paragraph and the one that follows it a lot.

numberonedashnerfan said...

Choosing favorites is kinda hard.... I picked the line on page 93 "When he relized that the door was to the garden lay just before him,he let himself in." as my favorite for this contest....I could give a whole paragraph + some if you want....

Kathy said...

"The gesture was done so gracefully that he seemed like a royal knight honoring a princess." pg 260

I like Joel, he is a gentleman.

Jill & Jared said...

pg 9 "She tried to turn the page, but it was as if it had turned to stone. She couldn't even lift a corner."

After they read the first page of the book, they realize the consequences of their actions and witness the first sign of physical magic (other than their gifts they don't understand at this point). Their lives are changing!