Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Blogiversary Giveaway #3 - Princess Pack!

This month has been so, so great! I have loved spoiling all of you with our giveaways! There are still 3 more packs (including this one) to win, so keep on entering!

This week is all about princess and fairy tales! I don't know what it is that I LOVE so much about fairy tales and fairy tale retellings, but they really are magical and applicable to all ages.

So for your giveaway and reading pleasure, the Princess Pack!

Books:
DEMON PRINCESS: REIGN CHECK by Michelle Rowen - Paperback ARC
HAWKSMAID by Kathryn Lasky - Paperback ARC
A KISS IN TIME by Alex Flinn - Hardcover
BLUE FIRE (The Healing Wars: Book 2) by Janice Hardy - Paperback ARC
ANASTASIA'S SECRET by Susanne Dunlap - Hardcover, signed
THE PRINCESS OF GLASS by Jessica Day George - Paperback, ARC
A GOLDEN WEB by Barbara Quick - Paperback, ARC
FOREST BORN by Shannon Hale - Paperback, ARC
SECONDHAND CHARM by Julie Berry - Paperback ARC, signed (I am reading this one right now, so I will review it soon!)

Loot:
8 Splurch Academy for Disruptive Boys by Julie Berry fake tattoos
2 Julie Berry Bookmarks
2 Signed Jessica Day George bookmarks
3 each of Bones of Faerie and Thief Eyes by Janni Lee Simner postcards
1 MyPileOfBooks logo tote bag
1 bar of chocolate (not sure what kind yet...but every princess deserves chocolate!)

This contest is open until Tuesday September 21st, 11:59 PM EST. Just fill out the info below!

This is only open to US and Canada addresses. If you are international and have an address where you can receive stuff here you are welcome to enter.

Thank you to authors who contributed materials for this giveaway, Julie Berry, Jessica Day George and Janni Lee Simner.

Enjoy!

3 comments:

mariska said...

i'm new follower of you.
is this open to international reader ?

Elie said...

Great giveaway!

Aubrey said...

mariska! Thanks for following. Sorry, I forgot to specify that. I don't usually do international giveaways. I just can't afford to mail big packages that far.

Thanks Elie!