Linger Contest! Win an ARC of Linger by Maggie Stiefvater

Current Theme Song (aka what's playing on my ipod right now): Crack the Shutters by Snow Patrol.




Hello everyone! I've got some exciting news for you. If you didn't guess from Feature Fun Friday's clue, I have a copy of the not-yet-released Linger by Maggie Stiefvater to give away (which I won from Jana's wonderful Milk and Cookies blog. You should really check it out. And she has like 30 followers, which is a crime against humanity because it is way good. Go help a girl out). Now this is going to be a quick contest since I want to mail it off as soon as possible so you can read it before its release date.

This is a hot item, but I am going to make it as simple as possible. Follow (and hopefully subscribe to) me, and then leave an email that I can contact you at if you win. That's it. Simple as pie (though I don't know what is "simple" about pie).

Spreading the word would help you be made of awesome, of course. Because I like to think this is a pretty cool spot on the web. I mean, I have the shag carpeting, the vampire hunting kit over there, and I have some pretty cool features going on (and you never know when a contest will pop up). Plus, you will always get to see my undercover capers as a crazy young adult and aspiring author. Always fun. So comment away!

Contest ends this Saturday, June 5th, and Midnight, PST.

(and if you want to make it more fun, in the comments, put in what kind of animal you would like to shapechange into if you could. Mine would be a fox, or something that flies. But not a flying fish. Those don't count).

12 comments:



Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

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Please pick me :)
suitejuju(at)gmail(dot)com

My apologies for groveling ;)

Shannon Whitney Messenger said...

Ooo! WANT! Love, love LOVE this series. And I promise--though I'm not saying this to sway anyone--but if I win I will read it superquick and pass it on in a contest in my blog, so someone else can read it too. Great contest Heather!

Emily said...

I subscribe to you through RSS feed. Great contest!

Enna Isilee said...

I've been your follower for what feels like for'evs!

I actually dreamed last night that I had wings. So I'd totally go with some kind of bird. A big strong bird that could carry my backpack.

Enna Isilee
Squeakybooks@yahoo.com

Enna Isilee said...

I linked you in my sidebar, too!

Katie said...

Ooooh! I am excited!! And if I were an animorph I would probably like to be a leopard... although my husband just told me I would be a badger... Anyway, YAY for LINGER!!! Thank you for the contest!

Frankie Diane Mallis said...

Oh I just can't resist a Linger Contest--I LOVE Maggie with all my heart. Thanks for linking to the other blog, I'm going to follow now--also Im not one for shape shifting, BUT everytime I read Rachel Vincent's Wercat series I desperately want to be a cat. Thanks for the contest, Heather!

Jana said...

Thanks for the shout out! You rock. Hope you liked the book!

KM said...

*gasp* I love this series! Well, I've only read the one book...but I'm sure the other two are going to be even better. :D Enter me! Enter me! And, girl, it's a crime that YOU don't have more followers. Us Thailand lovers have to stick together! (P.s. LOVE Snow Patrol!!)

Shayana said...

shayanasls(at)hotmail(dot)com

I'd morph into an owl. I'm so much happier being awake at night.

Shay
http://librarytalker.blogspot.com

GreenBeanTeenQueen said...

Enter me please!! I'm an old follower!:) And I would shape shift into a dog-because my dog sleeps all day and I think that would be a pretty nice life!
greenbeanteenqueen at gmail dot com

pirate penguin said...

I can't resist a Linger contest either! I've been following for a while now ;) And I just became a follower of Jana's. Her site has such a cute name.

I'd probably like to shape-shift into a dolphin since I love being in the water so much-or a bird because it'd be cool to skim the trees :D

piratepenguinreads(at)gmail(dot)com

Thank you for this extremely generous contest! I linked you in my sidebar<3