Tuesday, September 30, 2014

YA Literature Conference/Fandom Frenzy

*Paul Harvey voice* And now for the rest of the story.

     Just like the day before, we stood in line to get into the ballroom, picking up our name tags as we were handed ARCs of DOVE ARISING by Karen Bao. (My grand ARC total for the weekend was seven. Seven ARCs in two days. I deem this a productive weekend.) Cassandra Clare and Holly Black did a quick Q&A before their signing, during which my buddy and I stayed in the ballroom because we'd gotten our Clare/Black books signed the day before. Our time in the ballroom was spent talking and hanging out and looking for an ARC of COMPULSION, which we never did find.

     At this point, authors started arriving and gathering out in the lobby.We could see them from where we sat, and I still had a book (ALMOST HOME by Joan Bauer) to get signed, so we made our way over when we spotted her. We just passed through the doorway and stepped into the lobby when someone from Anderson's walked up to the group and said "Okay, authors, here's what we're going to do...." We turned around and went back to our table, where a lady was placing a piece of paper with an author name on it. Some tables had one author, and some had two. We were lucky enough to get both Sarah Fine and Phillip Siegel at our table. I was especially excited about Phillip, because I'd read the BREAK UP ARTIST in July and adored it, which is one of the reasons why I attended the Mighty Mississippi Book Blast Tour that same month. So this was my second time meeting Phillip!

     What came next was called "Speed Dating" We had 60 seconds to ask questions to the author and/or listen to the author pitch their book. For the tables that had two authors, we could spend two minutes at the table. It was chaos at first-- everyone was moving from table to table, not quite sure how this was going to work-- but after about three or four tables, everything clicked, and it was smooth sailing from there on out. We made it to all but five tables before we were called to go back to our seats, and the amount of collected swag from the different tables was pretty impressive.

     Next in the day was the Author Chorus line, where all  of the authors stood in a line at the front of the room and answered questions. Becky, the owner of Anderson's Book Shop, dressed as Alex Lipton and asked a question to he first person in line, who answered and passed the mic down the line. Questions like "What was your worst haircut/style?" (Best answer from Lex Hrabe, one of the authors of QUARANTINE, who said "you're looking at it."), and "If you found yourself at the Pearly Gates, what would you hope to hear God say?" (Best answer from Eliot Schrefer, author of ENDANGERED and THREATENED, who said "Psyyyyych!").

     Lunch next! After we ate, we perused the bookshop until it was time to go back inside. When we entered the ballroom, we were greeted by the musical stylings of some of our talented authors, including Len Vlahos (SCAR BOYS), Frank Portman (KING DORK), Adam Selzer (PLAY ME BACKWARDS), and Kevin Emerson (EXILE). We came in a bit late and only caught a couple performances, but I did manage to get the last two on tape. 

     If you've read EXILE, then you know that there's a very intimate song that Caleb writes, and we get the lyrics on paper. Reading the lyrics and seeing it performed are two very different things, and hearing the song come to life was a very surreal experience. Getting to sing along was pretty amazing as well. 

     The last song is one that we all probably know. Or at least, we've all probably heard it. Wanted Dead or Alive. Len, Kevin, and Adam performed this one for us, and though the video had to be 
trimmed to get it to fit on the blog, believe me when I tell you that the applause at the end was HUGE.

      When the music was all over, the authors lined up across the front of the stage once more for "Story on the Fly-- Just Add Water". The authors were given a story starter, and they had to add a sentence or word before passing the mic to the next author. Story building! The first prompt was something to the effect of "A bridesmaid discovers her long lost twin while dog-sitting." SPOILER ALERT: Her twin is actually the dog! The second prompt... I can't even remember what it was. Between the Macaulay Culkin and Jar-Jar Binks references, I totally lost the initial starter sentence by the time they said "The end." 

     If you've seen Jimmy Fallon, then you've most likely watched him write his Thank You Notes. Sometimes sarcastic, sometimes punny, sometimes he can't even finish the note without laughing-- and you can bet that this is exactly what happened when our authors did their Thank You's. With Becky at the piano, Thank You cards were read out from down the line, and I wish I could've seen who said it-- from my table clear on the other end of the room, the last half of the line was hard to see-- but someone said "Thank you, authors in this room, for using pop-culture references on that last story that no kid in here understood." And it was so true! The adults clearly got their references, but most of us teenagers were like, "Wait, what?" But it was still entertaining to see the authors having so much fun.

     Quiz Bowl. Yes. Last thing of the day before we were let loose to get things signed, was the YA Frenzy Quiz Bowl. We had these numbers on our name tags, and we had to match our numbers to a table number, and this was to be our group for the Quiz Bowl. There were four kids, and a librarian at our table (Go 22!), as well as two authors! Len Vlahos and Todd Hasak-Lowy were our authors, and though we were no where near first place, we had a blast with it! Some of the questions for the Quiz Bowl included things like guessing the title and author of the YA cover shown to us on the screen; matching author names with their headshots (Or Mugshots); guessing the title and author of Classic novels; guessing the movie/book, author, character, and actor when shown a still of a YA movie. We had a great time, and it was the perfect way to end the day.

     After the Quiz Bowl ended, I got my copy of ALMOST HOME signed by Joan Bauer, and took a selfie with her. Joan is seriously one of the most inspirational people I've ever met.

    Then my buddy and I went around getting our tote bags signed. I managed to get all but the six busiest authors to sign mine before I had to leave.

     Also, throughout the weekend there had been foam posters up for silent auction in the lobby. They were all signed by the author, and my parents surprised me by being the highest bidder on two posters for me! One of the posters was for SINNER by Maggie Stiefvater, and the other was from WARRIORS: MIDNIGHT by Erin Hunter (Those were the first big-series books that I ever got into). 

     It was an incredible weekend, and I'm so glad that we went. To anyone thinking of going next year: GO. ITS WORTH IT. 

     And to all of the authors who took their entire weekend to come hang out with us: You guys are amazing, and all of us who attended are incredibly appreciative. Keep Writing. Come back again soon!

     Here's that giveaway again! Don't be afraid to enter to win that paperback copy of City of Ashes, signed by Cassandra Clare!

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Monday, September 29, 2014

YA Literature Conference/Fandom Frenzy

     So this is part one of a two part post about this weekend, which was a huge thing for readers in the Chicago area and beyond! Anderson's-- The best independent bookstore ever-- hosted what is called the YA Literature Conference (#YALitConf), 40+ authors come together and have a day to interact with teachers, librarians, and booksellers via keynote speakings and panels. Signing opportunities were available throughout the day, and you will not believe some of the authors I got to meet! The next day was the YA Fandom Frenzy, where readers got to interact with these authors via Q&A sessions, games, and signings. The following will be an account of Day One!

     As some of you already know, I enjoy having a buddy to go to events with. I don't mind going to an event without someone, but when you get to share the experience with a buddy, you always have a bit more fun. That being said, I met up with my signing buddy at the hotel where the conference was being hosted, and we waited patiently-- Or impatiently... Whichever you choose to believe...-- for the doors to open.

     When the time came for the day to start, we were walked past a table of swag *Grabby hands* and once we'd taken what we wanted, they placed an ARC in our hands. If you can believe it, the ARC was I WAS HERE by Gayle Forman. SCORE! After snatching up nametags, we were provided a continental breakfast, goody bags with a few more ARCs, and mini candy bars were on each table, as well as a reserved chair for an author-- An author sat at each of these candy-bar-providing tables throughout the entire day.
     Joan Bauer spoke next, and even though I haven't read any of her books yet *looks towards massive stack* it was amazing to hear her talk. She was so positive and upbeat and so animated. You could tell that she really loves writing. That she's passionate about it, and it's what she's meant to do. She's written 12 books, including the favorites HOPE WAS HERE, SQUASHED, and  ALMOST HOME. You should look into her for heartfelt stories.

     Carl Hiaasen, author of HOOT, SCAT, and new YA debut, SKINK NO SURRENDER, spoke next, and then we went to Break Out Sessions.

     The first session we went to was dubbed "Falling In & Out of Love", and the panel was made up of some pretty fantastic authors. Phillip Siegel, Morgan Matson, Adi Alsaid, Stephanie Perkins, Simone Elkeles, and Jenny Han were all in the room, answering questions and requests from both the audience and the moderator.  For example, how they knew when they were in love for the first time, and also things like how to keep the romance in a book without making the story all about romance. There were definitely some things said during this panel that I wish I hadn't heard, and it was very easy to tell the authors that write clean books from the ones who... don't.

     The second session was Suspense, Mystery, Action, with the authors as T. M. Goeglein, Adele Griffin, Lisi Harrison, James Klise, Holly Goldberg Sloan, and Kimberly Brubaker Bradley. At this panel, the authors talked about their books, took questions from the moderator and audience, and at almost the very end of the panel, the room erupted in a roar when Lexile was brought up. Some were for it, some were opposed, and some weren't familiar with the concept, but my buddy and I sat there looking at each other with wide eyes as these people shouted and had to be called to order by the moderator as if we were in court.

     After the two panels, we met back in the ballroom to hear about upcoming YA Literature (I'd like to say that new releases POSITIVE by Paige Rawl, NO SUMMIT OUT OF SIGHT by Jordan Romero with Linda LeBlanc, and ZAC & MIA by A.J. Betts are sounding phenomenal).

     Following the Upcoming Literature were two other keynote speakings, followed by lunch. During lunch, the bookstore was open, as well as the first round of signings. Towards the end of the second speaking, it was brought to my attention that Cassandra Clare and Holly Black were outside already, signing early. We grabbed our bags and ran outside to stand in line, which was short, by the way Only, like, eight of us knew what was happening! I'd brought every Cassandra Clare book I owned-- Mortal Instruments, Infernal Devices, Codex, Iron Trial. Um, yeah, with 40+ authors, it will not surprise you that I brought three bags of books, will it?-- and she signed every single one of them. Cassie was super approachable, and I honestly don't know how I managed to have a conversation with her without screaming and fangirling in her face. Major. Self. Control. I asked Clare which series she enjoyed writing most: TMI or TID, and she said that she loved them both for different reasons, but did really enjoy the time period during which TID was based. She then asked me if I had a favorite character (Some of you know my answer) and I said "Of course! Jace!" Cassie then smiled and, still signing my books, by the way, said that she thought it was funny how everyone whose favorite character is Jace says it like "Duh, who else would be my favorite?" which we both laughed at before I added that Magnus would be a close second. The fangirling as I walked away from her table was real.

     Instead of eating first, I decided to get my books signed. Books > food. And just as I got back to the table and got my Shadowhunter books situated back in their bags, the lovely Stephanie Perkins arrived at her signing table and wasn't even seated before a flock of us had materialized in front of her. I had all three of her books, ANNA, LOLA, and ISLA to get signed, so I stood in line and when it was my turn, I got to speak to Stephanie. Earlier in the "Falling In & Out of Love" panel, she said that she would flirt with St. Clair (From ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS), have a huge crush on Cricket Bell (From LOLA AND THE BOY NEXT DOOR), and date/marry/everything else Josh (From ISLA AND THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER), so I asked her is Isla was her favorite of the trilogy to write. She said that she answered the question that way because there was so much of herself in Josh, and then we got started talking about the writing process and how ANNA's first draft was nothing like the ANNA we know and love. I'm actually not even sure if we ever got back to the whole "Which book was your favorite" question....

     After that, we placed our lunch order at the hotel restaurant and went back out for signings. Now with a majority of my books signed and placed in the truck (Those Cassie books took up a lot of space, alright?) I had one bag left. As I walked towards the doors, I looked out the window and was pleased to see that most of the people were in line for Cassie and Holly, and all other lines were short. I dashed up to my next author (Who I was pretty excited about) and literally waited like thirty seconds until the person in front of me left. Debut author Adi Alsaid was whose line I was in. My signing buddy and I saw him walk past our table that morning and were fangirling because I love LETS GET LOST and she wants to read it super badly. Have you read LGL? If yes, then wooh! *high fives* If you have not, well, I wouldn't be doing my part as a member of the street team if I didn't give you the Goodreads Link. I recommend you check it out. Anyway. So Adi is super nice and we cheered about the street team-- would you like to be on it? Click this link and scroll down to just under the author picture. You'll see subscription info there! You should join us, I mean, we're a pretty fantastic group of Adi fans. After my book was signed, we talked about LGL for a few minutes before I asked for a picture. Later, my buddy and I bothered him whilst he was on his computer to ask for a picture together. My apologies again for that interruption, Adi!


     The first thing I'd like to say about Sara B. Larson is that she really matched her book. From the shirt to the sharpie to the nail polish! And I just happened to match as well! As she signed, I told her how I honestly wasn't expecting to like DEFY, going into it, because it was castles and princes and war. But my friend went on and on about it so I had to try it and whaddaya know? It was amazingg. So amazing that I'm extremely hopeful that my ARC request will be granted *Bambi Eyes to Sara's publicist*. Was super great to be able to talk to her, and I really hope she comes back for IGNITE!

I didn't even know this picture had been taken until later that night, when I'd looked through the day's photos. I got so excited that I FORGOT TO ASK FOR A PICTURE. What even?!

          EXILE. I wanted to manage a band so badly when I finished that book. In fact, I texted my best friend, who plays drums, and was like "Hey, we should start a band" And we spent a couple hours creating this imaginary band (Which included Luke Hemmings and Brad Simpson). The longing for a band was real, you guys. *Points at author* I blame Kevin Emerson. Being in a band himself, he knows exactly how to write a "band book" and let me tell you, EXILE rocks. *Ba dum tiss* Get it? "Rocks"? Anyone? No? Moving on! I was super impressed with this book, especially since the typical, cliche thing that I expected to happen, did not happen, and it felt like a super fresh story. Also, I'd wanted to meet Kevin so that I could tell him (Which I did, by the way) That I was in the backseat of the truck when I finished this book, and I threw a fit when I read that last page. So many questions were left unanswered! I took to Google straight away, and was so relieved when I saw that there would be more books! Apparently there was a sentence in the back of the book that said so, but I had missed it because after that last page, I don't usually look at the rest of the book (Because of spoilers and ads). Turns out, that sentence wasn't in the ARCs, and was added later after many others had the same reaction as I did. Book two, I neeeeeeeeed you.

     It is to my sadness that I can't say much on THREATENED by Eliot Schrefer. I'm only on chapter five, but I'm working on it! Eliot was super nice, and though I had no idea that this picture was even being taken, he posed perfectly for it! Maybe I need to be more observant.. hah... I will finish THREATENED and I will make a long review of it to make up for this teeny paragraph. Promise!

     The excitement I experienced when I heard that Wendelin Van Draanen was going to be one of the authors at this conference was real. I'd read FLIPPED as a sixth grader (five years ago, wow!) and absolutely loved it. And then the movie came out and basically the only part of the story that was changed was the era in which the story took place. I asked Wedelin if she was pleased with the movie (She was), and I told her that I hadn't read any of her other books, so she gave me this paper-- Can you see the folded sheet of green?-- that listed her books, and she marked a few that she thought I might like. *Adds to TBR list* it was lovely to meet her, as I enjoyed FLIPPED immensely!

     After getting the books signed, we had a late lunch, which ran over into the last Break Out session of the day: Fantastical World Building. We saved this one for last, thinking it would be the busiest and that everyone would go to it first. Well... It was the busiest, and apparently everyone had the same idea as we did, because everyone was in this session. The room was so packed that we had to sit on the window ledge. And we couldn't hear a single thing, nor could we see the lovely ladies that were speaking. Who were they, you ask? Cassandra Clare, Holly Black, Kendare Blake, Delilah Dawson, Katherine Howe, and Sara B. Larson.

    When that panel was over, everyone met back in the ballroom for another keynote, which we were late to again because there were so many people. We sat outside the doors for a while, and I happened to look across the street and see Adi Alsaid on his computer (Writing? Revising?). So guys, I'm not at all going to pretend like I didn't freak out and run to set my bags down so we could get a picture. Would I be a fangirl if I didn't take advantage of such opportunities? AN AUTHOR. WHOM I HAPPENED TO BE A BIG FAN OF. WAS RIGHT. THERE. Authors for me are what movie stars are to most people, so... yeah. I carpe'd the diem. Buddy and I interrupted whatever he was doing and got a picture. I apologise for interrupting your quiet time, Adi!

     After perusing the bookstore, we made our way back to the ballroom to hear Cassie and Holly speak during their keynote session. Definitely one of the best parts of the day! Their session closed out the day, and all of the authors signed if you hadn't gotten that done. I did get my copy and a friend's copy of IRON TRIAL signed, though I didn't think to get a picture with both Cassie and Holly. The same occurred when I met Kendare Blake and got my ANTIGODDESS copy signed. That concluded the YA Literature Conference!

     It was a great day, and a very long day, and all of the authors were super amazing! I can't wait to tell you about Sunday, Day Two, aka YA Fandom Frenzy!

     ATTENTION: If any of you reading this were at the Literature Conference on Saturday, and you received an ARC of COMPULSION, please contact me if you'd be willing to give it up. Or trade it! Also, theres a giveaway of it going on over on Martina Boone's website. 4000+ people have entered!

     To celebrate this weekend here's a giveaway for you! US ONLY PLEASE!
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Thursday, September 25, 2014

4 For Friday bLiTz-- Presented by Month9Books

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Welcome to the 4 for Friday Blitz for Crown of Ice by Vicki L. Weavil, Fire in the Woods by Jennifer M. Eaton, Avian by Nicole Conway, and Branded by Abi Ketner and Missy Kalicicki, presented by Month9Books!
Be sure to enter the giveaway found at the end of the post.

Title: Crown of Ice
Publication Date:September 9, 2014
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC
Author: Vicki L. Weavil

Thyra Winther’s seventeen, the Snow Queen, and immortal, but if she can’t reassemble a shattered enchanted mirror by her eighteenth birthday she’s doomed to spend eternity as a wraith.
Armed with magic granted by a ruthless wizard, Thyra schemes to survive with her mind and body intact. Unencumbered by kindness, she kidnaps local boy Kai Thorsen, whose mathematical skills rival her own. Two logical minds, Thyra calculates, are better than one. With time rapidly melting away she needs all the help she can steal.
A cruel lie ensnares Kai in her plan, but three missing mirror shards and Kai’s childhood friend, Gerda, present more formidable obstacles. Thyra’s willing to do anything – venture into uncharted lands, outwit sorcerers, or battle enchanted beasts — to reconstruct the mirror, yet her most dangerous adversary lies within her breast. Touched by the warmth of a wolf pup’s devotion and the fire of a young man’s desire, the thawing of Thyra’s frozen heart could be her ultimate undoing.
CROWN OF ICE is a YA Fantasy that reinvents Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Snow Queen” from the perspective of a young woman who discovers that the greatest threat to her survival may be her own humanity.

Vicki Lemp Weavil was raised in a farming community in Virginia, where her life was shaped by a wonderful family, the culture of the Blue Ridge Mountains, and an obsession with reading. Since obtaining her undergraduate degree in Theatre from the University of Virginia, she’s gone on to acquire two masters degrees, living in places as diverse as New York City and rural North Carolina. She’s currently the library director for a performing an visual arts university.  Vicki loves good writing in any genre, and has been known to read seven books in as many days. She enjoys travel, gardening, and the arts. Vicki lives in North Carolina with her husband, son, and some very spoiled cats.

Author Links:  Website | Twitter Facebook | Goodreads | Tumbler

Title: Fire in the Woods
Publication Date: September 2014
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC
Author: Jennifer M. Eaton

When a plane crashes in the woods near Jess’s home, the boy of her dreams falls out of the sky—literally. But David’s not here to find a girlfriend. He’s from another planet, and if Jess can’t help him get back to his ship, he’ll be stuck on Earth with nothing to look forward to but the pointy end of a dissection scalpel.

But her father runs their house like an army barracks, and with an alien on the loose, Major Dad isn’t too keen on the idea of Jess going anywhere. Ever. So how the heck is she supposed to help the sweetest, strangest, and cutest guy she’s ever met?

Hiding him in her room probably isn’t the best idea. Especially since her Dad is in charge of the squadron searching for David. That doesn’t mean she won’t do it. It just means she can’t get caught.
Helping David get home while protecting her heart—that’s gonna be the hard part. After all, she can’t really fall for a guy who’s not exactly from here.
As they race through the woods with Major Dad and most of the U.S. military one breath behind them, Jess and David grow closer than either of them anticipated. But all is not what it seems. David has a genocide-sized secret, and one betrayal later, they are both in handcuffs as alien warships are positioning themselves around the globe. Time is ticking down to Armageddon, and Jess must think fast if she’s to save the boy she cares about without sacrificing Earth—and everyone on it.

Corporate Team Leader by day, and Ranting Writer by night. Jennifer M. Eaton calls the East Coast of the USA home, where she lives with her husband, three energetic boys, and a pepped up poodle.
Jennifer hosts an informational blog “A Reference of Writing Rants for Writers (or Learn from My Mistakes)” aimed at helping all writers be the best they can be.
Beyond writing and motivating others, she also enjoys teaching her dog to jump through hoops—literally.Jennifer’s perfect day includes long hikes in the woods, bicycling, swimming, snorkeling, and snuggling up by the fire with a great book; but her greatest joy is using her over-active imagination constructively… creating new worlds for everyone to enjoy.

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Title: Avian (The Dragonrider Chronicles #2)
Publication Date: August 26, 2014
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC
Author: Nicole Conway

What kind of power is lurking inside him?
After a year of training to become a dragonrider, Jaevid Broadfeather has been sent home to rest during a three-month interlude. But when he returns to find the king drake has chosen Beckah Derrick as his new rider, Jaevid realizes something big is about to happen. Every fiber of his being is pushed to the breaking point as Jaevid battles through his avian year, preparing for the final graduation test of the battle scenario. But there is more standing in his way than a few pushups and fancy sword moves.
Jaevid must face a new fear as he is tormented by a gruesome nightmare of a mysterious gray elf warrior murdering the royal family of Maldobar. It seems obvious to him that this is some kind of message about how the war started long ago—until Felix assures him the king is very much alive. With his strange powers growing stronger by the day, and that violent dream replaying in his mind every night, Jaevid no longer wonders if he will pass his avian year or not . . . he wonders if he will even survive it.
The truth will soon be set loose.

Nicole is the author of the children’s fantasy series, THE DRAGONRIDER CHRONICLES, about a young boy’s journey into manhood as he trains to become a dragonrider. She has completed the first two books in the series, and is now working on the third and final book.
Originally from a small town in North Alabama, Nicole moves frequently due to her husband’s career as a pilot for the United States Air Force. She received a B.A. in English with a concentration in Classics from Auburn University, and will soon attend graduate school.
She has previously worked as a freelance and graphic artist for promotional companies, but has now embraced writing as a full-time occupation.
Nicole enjoys hiking, camping, shopping, cooking, and spending time with her family and friends. She also loves watching children’s movies and collecting books. She lives at home with her husband, two cats, and dog.

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Title: Branded (Sinners #1)
Publisher: Month9Books, LLC
Author: Abi Ketner and Missy Kalicicki

Fifty years ago The Commander came into power and murdered all who opposed him. In his warped mind, the seven deadly sins were the downfall of society.
To punish the guilty, he created the Hole, a place where sinners are branded according to their sins. Sinners are forced to live a less than human existence in deplorable conditions, under the watchful eye of guards who are ready to kill anyone who steps out of line.
Now, LUST wraps around my neck like thick, blue fingers, threatening to choke the life out of me. I’ve been accused of a crime I didn’t commit, and the Hole is my new home.
Constant darkness.
Brutal and savage violence.
Excruciating pain.
Every day is a fight for survival.
But I won’t let them win. I will not die in the Hole.
I am more than my brand. I’m a fighter. My name is Lexi Hamilton, and this is my story.

Abi and Missy met in the summer of 1999 at college orientation and have been best friends ever since. After college, they added jobs, husbands and kids to their lives, but they still found time for their friendship. Instead of hanging out on weekends, they went to dinner once a month and reviewed books. What started out as an enjoyable hobby has now become an incredible adventure.
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·         Two (2) winners will receive a paperback copy of Predator by Janice Gable Bashman, Crown of Ice by Vicki L. Weavil, Into the Fire by Ashleyn Drake, Scion of the Sun by Nicola Marsh, and To Bear and Iron Key by Jackie Morse Kessler with some Month9Books Swag (US ONLY)

·         Three (3) winners will receive digital copies of Crown of Ice by Vicki L. Weavil, Fire in the Woods by Jennifer M. Eaton, Avian by Nicole Conway, and Branded by Abi Ketner and Missy Kalicicki (INT) 

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