Friday, December 25, 2015

Giveaway: New Year's Resolution (US Only)

Well, it is almost a new year. I can't believe how fast this year has come by. It seems to be only yesterday when I was five years old. But not anymore. 
My resolution for this year is this: bring down the level of books on my bookshelf. Why? Because I need to keep the number down or else I might have to leave some at my parent's house. And who knows what would happen to those books? (*sob* My Harry Potter books disappeared!) So my solution is to find a nice, good home for them. 

That's why I'm hosting a giveaway! 

So here are the details. You guys get to choose which books you want to have. If you win, I'll send them to you as long as you live in the United States. (I can't ship international until I figure out all those little problems I might have.) 


1. List four choices in order of what you want most. (1, being "I really, really want.") I'll send two books, and of course, I'll foot the bill for shipping costs. 

2. Fill out the widget at the end of the post. Answer the questions, and I wish you all good luck. (Enter before January 7!) 

3. There will be two winners. If you win, then you have 24 hours to respond to my email or else I'm going to pick another winner. 

And that's it! 

Books Up For Grabs: 

  • The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks
  • The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown
  • Assassin's Apprentice by Robin Hobbs
  • The Musician's Daughter by Susanne Dunlap 
  • See How They Run by Ally Carter (ARC)
  • Half In Love With Death by Emily Ross
  • The Yearbook by Carol Masciola 
  • An Infinite Number of Parallel Universes by Randy Bibay 
  • Shallow Graves by Kali Wallace (ARC; Release Date: 01/26/2016) 
  • Lifeboat Clique by Kathy Parks (ARC; Release Date: 03/1/2016) 
May the odds ever be in your favor. The giveaway ends on January 7. 

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Still hungry for books? Well, I don't blame you. Head over to my good friend, Shay, for her giveaway of Bookish Ever After. Go. Go. It's worth a read. 


  1. My NY Resolution is to read and review more of my own books and less ARCs.

  2. My New Year's Resolution is to read more books than I read this year and to actually tackle that huge TBR of mine. Thanks for the chance, and have a happy holidays!