Monday, December 12, 2011


As you may already know, I'm going to be giving away over 30 books in a super-awesome December holiday giveaway!!!!!

Yep, over 30 total. 39, to be exact. Some are ebooks, some are print copies signed by the authors, so even if you don't have a Kindle or a Nook it's okay--you can still enter!

And there will be at least 4 winners, maybe five!

You can find out all the details (and enter to win) here, or check out the list of available prizes below:


Anathema, Oubliette, and Severed (Cloud Prophet Trilogy) by Megg Jensen ~ The Cloud Prophet Trilogy follows the journey of Reychel, a simple slave who’s destined to be more than she believes she can be. Reychel must the decisions she believes are right – whether or not they lead her to her destiny.

Psssst! Check out Megg's author spotlight interview with me here!

Reveal by Brina Courtney (NEW RELEASE) ~ Shay Tafford is not normal. Being a cryptid is not normal. Seeing ghosts is not normal. Her father’s disappearance is not normal. Lucky for Shay, Hugh isn't normal either. So when he enters her life through her dead best friend Shay knows he may be her only chance at a normal life. A life she is desperately searching for.

Snow Burn by Joel Arnold ~Tommy knows he’s in trouble when he goes winter camping with friend Vince Nguyen without telling his folks. But when they’re caught in a sudden blizzard, and the man they rescue from freezing to death turns out to be an escaped convict, Tommy’s troubles are only beginning. Now Tommy and Vince must not only survive the blizzard, but also find a way to keep Quinn from killing them.

Check out Joel's interview with me here!

Finding Fiona by Emily Ward ~ The victim of a brutal attack, Fiona remembers little about her life until she meets someone who claims to be from her past. She finds out her parents were killed over a strange human replication machine and the world thinks she's dead. She returns to her old home in New York to find out who she is, but more importantly, confront the men who killed her parents.

Dolphin Girl by Shel Delisle ~ Sixteen-year-old Jane wants the life of a dolphin--wild, graceful, free.  But these days her life is nothing like that and it's not until she gets a tattoo and befriends popular Sam Rojas, a star swimmer, that her life begins to change.  DOLPHIN GIRL is a story of family, friendship, first love and freedom. 

Tempest by Holly Hook ~ Sixteen-year-old Janelle never thought the gray spiral birthmark on her arm meant anything special.  But when she meets Gary, a boy with a birthmark just like hers, she learns the truth: she is more connected to the destructive power of nature than she ever thought possible.  Learning the truth about herself is only the start of her nightmare.

Keeping Secrets by Maggie Dana ~ A beautiful horse is dead, and it’s all her fault . . . which is why 14-year-old Kate McGregor has put horses and riding out of her life. Forever! But her new job as a companion to Holly Chapman, a former riding star who’s now confined to a wheelchair, takes her back to the barn where she’s forced to confront her guilt. Can Kate keep her terrible secret from Holly, who is fast becoming her best friend? And, more important, can she keep her secret from Angela Dean who lives for only two things—winning ribbons and causing trouble?

George and the Galactic Games by HS Stone ~ George is the new kid in school. He also recently lost his father to a heart attack. In an effort to cheer him up, George’s mother takes him on a camping trip. That’s when their troubles really begin. Extraterrestrials abduct both mother and son. Now George finds himself an unwilling participant in the Yumal Contests, a galactic game against an alien species. He must overcome his fears and limitations to win because these games are not just a casual sporting event… his life hangs in the balance.

My Royal Pain Quest by Laura Lond ~ How far would a villain go to help a friend? Lord Arkus of Blackriver Castle thinks doing three heroic deeds is a bit too far.

Miya Black, Pirate Princess by Ben White ~ Sword fights. Ships. Duels in the rain. Unstoppable determination. The story of a girl who would do anything to protect her home; Miya Black, Pirate Princess.

Charlotte Powers, Power Down by Ben White ~ The diary of would-be greatest superhero Charlotte Powers. With the powers of super-strength, super-agility and phase-shifting, how can she fail? How indeed.

Shada by Craig Hansen ~ If you could speak to the dead, anyone at all, who would it be? When Jeni asked this question, Shada Emery figured it was a joke. So both she and Willow joined in the fun, naming their favorite dead celebrities. And then there was Ember Cole. Ember wants one more talk with her Grandpa Normie, whose death a year ago began a year of tragedy. So when Jeni suggests a camping trip into the dense woods of northwestern Wisconsin to hold a seance, Shada and Willow put off their misgivings and agree for the sake of their friend. Ember hopes to find the answers she seeks among the dead. But sometimes the dead have their own agenda.

Starfire Angels, Broken Wings, Crystal Tomb, and Origins of Dark Angel by Melanie Nilles ~ Starfire Angels, is about a teen "angel" who grew up on Earth believing she was human discovering what she really is and learning to become what she was meant to be. In the process, she falls in love with one of her own kind sent to train her while they fight those who would kill to claim the Starfire Crystal shard that she protects.

Descendant: The Protector by Daniel Koch ~ A mass genocide of the human race. A world in quarantine. And only one person can save it all.

A Little Magic by Valerie Gillen ~ She didn't believe in magic--until the magic chose her.

The Fisherman's Son, The City of the Golden Sun, and Return of the Golden Age by Marilyn Peake ~ From James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief of the Midwest Book Review: "...The Fisherman's Son is an original novel by Marilyn Peake about Wiley O'Mara, a twelve-year-old boy, living on an island up north during the beginning of the nineteenth century. Wiley befriends a dolphin and undertakes an incredible rescue mission, as well as a memorable journey through the wonders of the North Atlantic Ocean. The Fisherman's Son is a delightful and colorfully narrated tale which documents Marilyn Peake as a story teller of considerable narrative skill."

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I allowed to participate? I ask because I want to SO badly (and also because I won your last contest and I don't know if it would be kosher to submit entries into this one)!

  2. What an amazing giveaway! Thanks so much for it.

    FB Name: Michael Byers
    GFC: Mai in Wonderland


Have something to say? Leave a comment!


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...