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300 Follower Giveaway


I seemed to have skipped over the 200 mark rather quickly, and now it's time to do a 300 Follower Giveaway. Since I missed celebrating the 200 mark, I thought I would make it up at 300.

Here's what I'm going to give away:

1 ARC copy of ...

Fury Vicious Little Darlings

Contest Rules:
  • open to US/CAN only.
  • Contest will end on July 301st
  • You must be 15 years old or older. (These books are a little graphic for younger readers.)
    To enter the giveaway, please complete the form below.


    1. WOOT WOOT! Thank you so much for this AMAZ-ING giveaway! I've been trying to get my hands on a copy of Fury for a while now, and these are two AWESOME! Thanks x100 for hosting this super duper giveaway, and congrats on your 300 followers! I just surpassed the 100 mark and am hosting my very first giveaway if you want to check it out =D


    2. wow...this is AMAZING! i have been DYING for both of these books!!! thank you!!! =]

      and congrats!

    3. Hey, on the giveaway form question #2 says : "SAMPLE QUESTION #2"

      I'm guessing its supposed to ask for email?! :) well thats what i put anyway.... just thought i'd let you know!

      Thanks again,

    4. Hey awesome giveaway Thanks, The Hollow series isn't a retailing of Sleepy Hollow but it takes place in the town. There are a lot of references to the story and author though, the two stories kind of intertwine in some parts of the book.

    5. Thanks for the giveaway girl! I can't wait to read Fury!


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