Monthly Giveaway for April: Winner's Choice of YA Pre-order


I can't believe it's already April! Where is the year going so quickly? So, are you guys ready for another giveaway?? Let's do it!! ;)

I've decided to do things a little differently this month and have some fun. This time around the winner gets to choose any YA book that will be released in May as long as it's $15 (USD) or under from Amazon or the Book Depository.

In case you need some suggestions, these are some of the books coming out next month:

   
  
  

You have until April 30th to enter. Good luck!









Due to shipping costs, this is for those who can receive books from the Book Depository or Amazon for free. Please note that you must be at least 13 years old to enter. Please ensure that you correctly enter your email (and check your junk mail folder if I'm not on your contact list) so that I have a way to contact you. You can read my giveaway policy on my policies page. Void where prohibited by law. Enter via the Rafflecopter below.

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8 comments

  1. The Reading Rose4/1/14, 1:12 AM

    OMG AUSTENLAND IS A BOOK! I must read this!! The film looks amazing and I really want to see it, but books are so much better and It sounds so Bridget Jones!

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  2. Lol! Yes, it was a book long before it was ever a movie. It's a pretty quick read too. :)

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  3. I definitely need to read 'Austenland.' I thought the movie was a clever modern interpretation albeit a bit silly in places (which is part of what endears it!) and have been meaning to read the novel, but alas. Other titles are occupying my time. Ah, well. This Summer! :)
    Great list, Tressa.

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  4. Heidi Robbins4/1/14, 3:54 PM

    I posted on the Top Ten meme for the first time today! Thanks for sharing your list- it got me thinking about what books I'd pick for mine and then I just couldn't resist!

    http://heidi-reads.blogspot.com/2014/04/top-ten-tuesday-gateway-booksauthors-in.html

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  5. Let me just say that they umped the silly in the movie. It was much more of a romp than the book, although the book is still a romp. It is definitely not a serious book by any means though. Straight chick-lit fun. :)

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  6. It's been a busy day and I haven't been over to see any other TTT posts. Welcome to the meme! That is actually how I started participating in this meme - I saw someone else's list and thought that I'd like to share my own. :) I don't participate every week, but I do when I can or want to. I'll come check your list...

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  7. Twilight is definitely in my top ten gateway books too

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  8. I know it created a lot of controversy, but I think it also encouraged teens to read. I definitely like the books much better that the movies. :)

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