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YA Book GIVEAWAY!!!

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 YA giveaway.

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

Book Choices:











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 Monday, July 1 8:00 PM EST are invalid. The winner will be drawn as close to 8 as possible. 

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

Comments

Anonymous said…
Oooh so many good choices in this giveaway! I've added some of the titles to my wishlist. I'm trying to decide between The Tragedy Paper or A Corner of White. I think I'll go with the latter, I have the NetGalley edition but the formatting is off so it would be good to have an actual copy.
Akoss said…
Wheee!!!
City of a Thousand Dolls for me if I win! :)
Brandi said…
The Tragedy Paper, The Summer I Became A Nerd, City of a Thousand Dolls, and Going Vintage I think all look good. Brandi Sutherland Patrickandbrandi@gmail.com
April said…
Going Vintage!
I'm really curious about A Corner of White and Eleanor and Park (I've heard nothing but good things about both titles), but I think I have to go for The Boyfriend List. That book has been sitting on my wishlist for a while now. :) Thanks for sharing!

@RealmofFiction
Shelver506 said…
Oh goodness. Why must you have so many good choices?! I think either The Reese Malcolm List or Eleanor & Park. Thanks, amiga!

@Shelver506 :)
Michelle said…
Well let's see...I could choose Eleanor and Park or City of a Thousand Dolls or Just One Day...I guess I'd go with Eleanor and Park. Love that cover.

Wonderful giveaway!!
Christina said…
Awww, I loved so many of these! A couple I wasn't as huge of a fan of, but I totally see the appeal for them too. The Trouble with Flirting, E&P, Just One Day, and The Boyfriend List are all awesome. Obviously, contemporary is my thing now. Haha.

I would choose The Summer I Became a Nerd, since my library doesn't buy Entangled books.

@Reader_Fictions (as I think you know)
Nicole Zoltack said…
The Summer I Became a Nerd. Love the cover!

@NicoleZoltack
Ashley said…
There are just so many good ones on your list! I would choose Just One Day or the Boyfriend List.

@_ash
Amanda said…
I've been wanting to check out Eleanor and Park! Sounds like such a cute story :)

@amandajo_22
Pensrose said…
I would LOVE a copy of City of a Thousand Dolls! Your review of the book enchanted me. I hope to read it soon-ish whether I own the book or not.
@pensrose
Amy said…
I've heard good things about The Tragedy Paper and want to read it!

sunlitpages@gmail.com
Anonymous said…
I would love to read Eleanor & Park! I have read so many glowing reviews and have seen people rave about it on booktube. The story seems simple and doesn't need werewolves or aliens to make you want to read it. Plus, the I love the simplicity of the cover and how sweet it is. I would love to own a copy of this book!

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