Friday, June 28, 2013

MG Book GIVEAWAY!!!

ETA: WINNER CHOSEN-jpetroroy

On Tuesday I posted my Top Ten Books Read so Far in 2013 and promised to highlight more of this year's favorites and offer them in giveaways. This is the MG giveaway.

This is open to anyone who lives where Book Depository ships for free.

Book Choices:









Can you tell I'm not feeling the MG realistic fiction this year?

TO ENTER: Leave a comment below saying which book looks most interesting to you and leave a way I can reach you if you are the winner. (email address or twitter handle-If you are using Twitter it would be helpful if you followed me,@brandymuses, in case I need to DM you.)

Entries after Saturday, June 29 at 8:00 PM EST are invalid. The winner will be drawn that night (when I return from the event I'm attending). 

Yes, I still do my giveaways the old fashioned way.

21 comments:

  1. Wow!! So many fun ones!! I'll vote for First Light but they all sound fun :-)

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  2. Hard decision..My first instinct is Stolen Magic because I know I love those books and want to get them all eventually. I have to make sure I pin the others to read eventually-no summer reading done yet. :-( I have to read too much for class-blah. You know how to reach me. :-)

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  3. Wow! I've read several of these (Summerkin, Mirage, Jinx, and Wednesdays at the Tower) from the library, but wouldn't mind having hard copies of any of them. I'm voting for Stolen Magic, as that's at the top of my "to read" list.

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    2. You can use either the address I emailed you or duckfish27@verizon.net :)

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  4. Hi Brandy ! I like Geeks, Girls and Secret Identities. You can reach me at kimhouse8@yahoo.com

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  5. I vote for Geeks, Girls and Secret Identities. Danielle at Truth Trekkers :)

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  6. I would love Wednesdays in the Tower! I read Tuesdays at the Castle and loved it.

    kmhteacher@yahoo.com

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  7. Wow! I'd love The Water Castle!

    jpetroroy at gmail dot com
    @jpetroroy

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  8. Hi!
    You have some hot MG on your list. In case I'm the lucky winner I would love a copy of A Song for Bijou.
    I also review middle grade books so I'm following you on twitter for future great book recommendations.

    Nice to meet you.

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  9. yay!!!!! I'd like Stolen Magic if I win!!!! Thanks so much! I'm at zantippyskiphop@gmail.com

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  10. Stolen Magic, Wednesday in the Tower, The Water Castle! mbsmith1(at)cox dot net

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  11. Wednesdays in the tower is next on Brleighs to be read list. Linda @ Truth Trekkers

    P.S. I miss seeing/talking to you every week!!

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    1. Can't even spell my own kids name. :)

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    2. When your first comment came through my email I thought maybe you did that on purpose. :)

      I miss seeing/talking to you too! I feel so far removed from everyone during the summer.

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  12. I have yet to read Mirage...and I really want to! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  13. A Song For Bijou does intrigue me the most. The cover seems brilliant to me because it reflects a sweet children's love story :D

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  14. I think my first choice would be The Water Castle . . . I've been hearing so much about it, but there are so many other good ones on the list, too!

    sunlitpages@gmail.com

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  15. Oh! UNREAL! I've only just seen this link, and discovered that not only is it still only 6.09pm EST on Saturday 29th (while it's Sunday here in Oz), but Book Depository ships DownUnder. This is very exciting. My little girl adores Jenn Reese (Above World) and Sarah Prineas (Winterling). I know that she desperately wants to read both their sequels but I've told her she will have to wait until they released the paperbacks here. Or .. she's lucky enough to win a book giveaway. ;-) If asked which story she would read first, I know it would be "Mirage" .. (she can't wait to meet the horse people!) Thanks for sharing these wonderful books. Fingers crossed. Many thanks!. Lyn Aspey (twitter: @LAAspey)

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  16. I'm leaning toward GEEKS, but you know me, Brandy. I'd honestly trust you just to pick something and send it. :) Really, I'm too busy staring at all the shiny MG adorbs.

    @Shelver506

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