Skip to main content

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!


    Post a Comment

    Let the world know what you think... leave a message! I read them all!

    Popular posts from this blog

    My 13 reasons why you should avoid Netflix's 13 Reasons Why

    If you subscribe to Netflix, you should know about the book to film adaptation of Jay Asher's novel, Thirteen Reasons Why. I remember reading the book years ago on a recommendation, and fell in love with the story. It took me through so many emotions as I read Hannah's story. You can see my thoughts on the novel here, because this post isn't about the novel per se.

    This post is about what bothered me about Netflix's attempt at capturing this story. So here goes, my 13 reasons why I shouldn't have watched "Thirteen Reasons Why" on Netflix.

    1. The language. My goodness, the language. I understand that teenagers curse worse than sailors in many situations, but if you aren't bothered by the ridiculous use of the f bomb as both an adjective, verb, and general space filler-- there is a problem. I stopped counting in one episode its use because I reached 20 before the half way point. Twenty! I don't think they even bothered to come up with other words. …

    Feature Follow Friday

    Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee’s View & Alison Can Read.    

    The goal is to increase blog followers and make friends. Basically how it works is you follow them, they follow you. Win. Win. So looking forward to making new blogging friends & following blogs!

    This week's question: Do you have any furry friends?

    These are my fur babies: 

    This is what it often looks like while I'm busy working. As you can tell, productivity is high. 

    This is Lilly waiting for her boys to come home. She'll spend the entire day just like this if she's not sleeping next to me in my office. 

    This is Roscoe. AKA The Boss. He runs the show around here. And yes, he has a sweater AND a coat for cold weather. 

    Review: The Search for Delicious

    The Search for Delicious Natalie Babbitt
    Product Details

    Reading level: Young Adult
    Paperback: 192 pages
    Publisher: Square Fish (August 21, 2007)
    ISBN-10: 9780312369828
    Source: My personal book

    Summary from Amazon: Gaylen, the King’s messenger, a skinny boy of twelve, is off to poll the kingdom, traveling from town to farmstead to town on his horse, Marrow. At first it is merely a question of disagreement at the royal castle over which food should stand for Delicious in the new dictionary. But soon it seems that the search for Delicious had better succeed if civil war is to be avoided.

    Gaylen’s quest leads him to the woldweller, a wise, 900-year-old creature who lives alone at the precise center of the forest; to Canto, the minstrel who sings him an old song about a mermaid child and who gives him a peculiar good-luck charm; to the underground domain of the dwarfs; and finally to Ardis who might save the kingdom from havoc.

    My Review: I love this book! It is such a fun, easy, and enjoyable r…