Saturday, February 25, 2012

Giveaway: Want To Win A Kindle Fire?

I've already mentioned a few times the awesomeness that is Transcendent: Tales of the Paranormal, but I'm going to do it again. Partially because I love the book, partially because I love the people who wrote it, partially because I helped name the whole anthology, but mostly because the editor is currently hosting a pretty fabulous giveaway! But I'll come back to that last part later.

From the back cover, here is a little more about the book:
Discover the secrets of a siren, fly with a hawk girl over the mountains of Montana, and flee supernatural party-crashers as the d├ęcor comes to life in this magical journey through paranormal stories.

Along the way, watch for ghosts in a haunted house, or ride through the moonlight with a stranger. Save a comatose boy who has lost his soul, and don’t forget to bring your garlic and wolfsbane—you never know when the shadows will snag you.

Transcendent includes eight stories of magic, love, death, and choice by some of the newest names in young adult fiction.
Sounds pretty awesome, right? It should! Because it is. :D Originally I was part of the line-up, but then Rita--the uber-talented editor of the series--encouraged me to turn my short story into a novel. So I did that instead and Transcendent released without my name gracing that beautiful cover. Seriously, though! Isn't it gorgeous?

Fast forward to today and Rita (who must also be a marketing genius) is hosting a giveaway on her blog for a FREE Kindle Fire. All you have to do to enter is either Like the post on Facebook or Tweet about the contest on Twitter (or, to double your luck, do both!). There's no purchase necessary. HOWEVER, those who also buy a copy of Transcendent from Amazon in paperback or Kindle version or from Barnes & Noble (nook book only) get even more entries into the drawing. See Rita's blog for more details or to ask her questions.

The contest is open to all ages, but is for US residents only.

Good luck!


Just Another Teenage Bookworm on March 6, 2012 at 9:53 PM said...

Oh how I wish I lived in the USA. Sad face. Sometimes it sucks to be English... sometimes. XD

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