Monday, May 7, 2012

New Follower ♥ Giveaway: $50 Amazon/B&N GC & Dystopian Pack

Today was my Book Blast with I Am a Reader, Not a Writer, and so far today, I've scored 135+ new followers here. Yay!!!! So psyched to meet you all. If you have a blog, I will follow back. In celebration of all my new peeps, I am giving away some goodies to two lucky winners. If you haven't already, click the link above to enter to WIN my $100 eCard for Amazon or Barnes & Noble, Winner's Choice, or a copy of Kings & Queens HERE.

Firstly, for my New Follower ♥ Giveaway, I am giving away a $50 eCard for Amazon or Barnes & Noble, Winner's Choice. Open to US & Int'l.

Secondly, I am giving away a YA Dystopian Pack with three of the Hottest Novels out there. I have the paperbacks for The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins and Matched by Ally Condie and the hardcover of Legend by Marie Lu to delve out. All in great condition. Sorry, this pack is only available to US and Canadian residents. I've shipped internationally before, and it usually costs more to ship than the book's initial cost.

Good luck!



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~Signing off and sending out cyber hugs.

71 comments:

  1. Fahrenheit 451 is my favorite.

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  2. I hang my head in shame to admit I have only read one dystopian,so it has to be my favorite. I have read Hunger Games :) Thank you for the fun and best wishes on the tour!

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    1. I haven't read very many. Thanks for the well wishes!

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  3. The Hunger Games trilogy and A Handmaid's Tale!
    someluckydog at gmail dot com
    Cindy B

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    1. I haven't read A Handmaid's Tale yet. I've heard of it and it sounds awesome.

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  4. The Uglies series by Scott Westerfeld.

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    1. I still need to read this series. I like the old covers better.

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    1. Love The Hunger Games. I was geeking out, watching any little snippet I could find before the movie came out. I went a little fan-girl on that one.

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  6. The Hunger Games for me too.

    aisha holley

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  7. It's a tie between The Hunger Games and Unwind by Neal Shusterman.

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    1. I have Unwind on my list. I recently read Everlost by him and loved it.

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    2. Unwind is SUCH a creepy concept, but I couldn't stop reading it. Enjoy! My most favorite series so far is called, The Tomorrow Series. AWESOME!

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    3. It does sound creepy and compelling.

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    4. I will need to check out the Tomorrow series.

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  8. I have not actually read any yet...But I do have some on my wish list.

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    1. I'm slowly working my way through them. I like the genre, it just seems the ideas are running thin, or that authors bank so much on concept and neglect the other parts of their story.

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  9. I love so many Dystopian books but my all time favourites have to be The Hunger Games and Delirium!

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  10. The Hunger Games too. Thanks for the giveaway.
    Sue B

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  11. Of course The Hunger Games but I also like Shatter Me and Delirium.

    Thanks for the giveaway!!!

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    1. I haven't read Shatter Me yet, but I know it is definitely different, so I will have to check it out.

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  12. Hmmm, for some reason the Rafflecopter isn't working for me but I am a new follower! :)

    And one of my favorite dystopian series is Lauren Oliver's Delirium series. It is soooo good!

    I just picked up a copy of your book yesterday. It looks really good. :)

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  13. I am going to have to say that my favorite Dystopian novel is The Giver. Maybe because it was the first one I read, maybe because the imagery is so amazing that I can feel myself there... Either way, I loved it, and it's the reason I continued to read books of the same nature the rest of my life. I also loved Uglies and the rest of that "Trilogy".

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  14. So far, I've only read The Hunger Games trilogy! But I have several dystopians on my to-read list:)

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  15. Thanks so much for the awesome giveaway! Kings and Queens sounds so good. I love stories that have completely different story lines than anything I've ever read. I can't wait to read it.

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    1. Thank you! I love different stories too.

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  16. My favorite is probably Divergent.

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  17. The Hunger Games! Love all sorts of dystopian books though!

    New follower :-) I have a book blog here.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  18. Awesome giveaway! Thank you!

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    1. Oh, and top 3 dystopian novels/stories in no particular order: Alas, Babylon (novel by Pat Frank); Harrison Bergeron (short story by Kurt Vonnegut); and V for Vendetta (comic book by Alan Moore)

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  19. Oh goodness, that's tough...HG is definitely up there since that was my first one (and it's so brilliant anyway), but I have to say that I really, really loved Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  20. Just read Divergent by Veronica Roth & really enjoyed it. Unwind is sitting here on my TBR list.

    isabelli3619 (at) aol (dot) com

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  21. I loved Feed by M. T. Anderson, every year it seems more possible. Thank you for the lovely giveaway.

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  22. I love Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi! It's also my favorite book of the year :)

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    1. I still need to read this. it's on my list and I absolutely adore the cover.

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  23. Divergent is high on the top for me :)

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    1. I still need to read this. It looks awesome.

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  24. Probably Divergent although I also really enjoyed Legend and Delirium! I have enjoyed most of the recent YA dystopian releases =)

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  25. The Hunger Games is my favorite dystopian novel!

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  26. Crossed (yes book 2) made me cry and cry

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  27. I would have to go with George Orwell and 1984. I'm guessing that I'm a bit older then many others here. Which means I was a geek before the term was invented.

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  28. I love the Divergent series!
    Thanks for the AMAZING giveaway! :)

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  29. They are new to me so, I'm not sure But I always love to check out new types of books!

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  30. My favorite dystopian novel is probably Divergent; it was absolutely amazing!

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  31. Hunger Games!
    (Although eagerly waiting Divergent and Insurgent as they've been ordered!!)

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  32. brave new world i've a lot but had to look up dystopian on wikipedia i'm sorry i'm sad judy gregory

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  33. I LOVED The Hunger Games...but I also loved Blood Red Road (by Moira Young). I kinda love all dystopian novels. :D

    bethwade1 at gmail dot com

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    1. Never heard of Blood Red Road. I'll look it up.

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  34. My favorite dystopian is Atlas Shrugged.

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  35. All time fav is Lord of the Flies, although currently it's Hunger Games.
    MJB
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  36. Loved the Hunger Games

    clenna at aol dot com

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  37. Divergent and Insurgent!! :)
    -JennyC

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  38. I loved the Hunger Games trilogy!

    Suz Reads

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  39. My favorite Dystopian books would be The Hunger Games, Delirium and Divergent. :) Thank you for the giveaway! :D

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  40. Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell.

    My e-mail: blackasphodel(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  41. wow i can say one tat i read was weird is patabear

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  42. My favorite is Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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  43. I've only just started reading The Hunger Games but I'm loving it so far. I also have Divergent on my shelf to read. I only recently started reading dystopian novels. ><

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  44. I still need to buy Divergent. And I actually haven't read 1984. I've seen part of the movie.

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