Sunday, November 10, 2013

Signed Pawn and Crash Into You giveaway



A couple exciting announcements.


First, I am extremely lucky to share a publisher with two fabulous author who, not only have written some amazing books, I have the enormous pleasure of calling them friends.  (Eleven days on tour with virtually no sleep will do that to you, that or you'll end up killing your tour mates.)


SO, I am very excited to be doing a signing with these two awesome ladies.  The three of us will be at Carmichael's Bookstore (Frankfort Ave. location) in Louisville, KY on Friday, December 6th, at 7pm.  So if you wanna come and say hi, get your books signed, and probably hear a few hilarious stories, we hope to see you there.

Here is the information again.  Or you can check it out here.


Where: Carmichael's Bookstore, 2720 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY 40206
When: Friday, December 6th, 7pm
Store number: (502) 896-6950


Second, I have a signed copy of Aimee Carter's PAWN (release date November 26) and a signed copy of Katie McGarry's CRASH INTO YOU to giveaway. 




From acclaimed author Katie McGarry comes an explosive new tale of a good girl with a reckless streak, a street-smart guy with nothing to lose, and a romance forged in the fast lane

The girl with straight As, designer clothes and the perfect life-that’s who people expect Rachel Young to be. So the private-school junior keeps secrets from her wealthy parents and overbearing brothers…and she’s just added two more to the list. One involves racing strangers down dark country roads in her Mustang GT. The other? Seventeen-year-old Isaiah Walker-a guy she has no business even talking to. But when the foster kid with the tattoos and intense gray eyes comes to her rescue, she can’t get him out of her mind.

Isaiah has secrets, too. About where he lives, and how he really feels about Rachel. The last thing he needs is to get tangled up with a rich girl who wants to slum it on the south side for kicks-no matter how angelic she might look.

But when their shared love of street racing puts both their lives in jeopardy, they have six weeks to come up with a way out. Six weeks to discover just how far they’ll go to save each other.







For Kitty Doe, it seems like an easy choice. She can either spend her life as a III in misery, looked down upon by the higher ranks and forced to leave the people she loves, or she can become a VII and join the most powerful family in the country.

If she says yes, Kitty will be Masked—surgically transformed into Lila Hart, the Prime Minister's niece, who died under mysterious circumstances. As a member of the Hart family, she will be famous. She will be adored. And for the first time, she will matter.

There's only one catch. She must also stop the rebellion that Lila secretly fostered, the same one that got her killed …and one Kitty believes in. Faced with threats, conspiracies and a life that's not her own, she must decide which path to choose—and learn how to become more than a pawn in a twisted game she's only beginning to understand.







You know you want them.  So just enter the Rafflecopter below, and we hope to see you on December 6th!





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76 comments:

  1. So many! But probably Richelle Mead the most, because some of the issues in her books remind me that I'm not alone.

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  2. I am thankful for every single author on the planet! Because without authors, then there would be no alternate worlds to explore in words.

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  3. I am thankful for Libba Bray. Without discovering her books, I would not know I enjoy historical fiction as much as I do!

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  4. I am thankful for all of them, really. But I suppose I'll go with JK Rowling, who was the first author I took the time to learn about. But really, you're all amazing and I'm thankful for each and every one of you!

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  5. I'm thankful for Laura Bickle, she writes amazing books and is one of the sweetest persons I know.

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  6. I'm thankful to really every author out there. They make me feel not alone when I am. But mostly I want to thank Tahereh Mafi, because her words are powerful and brilliant. She makes me have a lot of emotions.

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  7. Is it cheesy if I say YOU? LOVE your books!!

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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  8. I'm thankful for everyone. They're awesome and write good books. They create out of this world characters which I enjoy. It's hard to choose, coz every author is unique and awesome.

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  9. I am thankful to every author out there, but particularly J.K. Rowling. She was my childhood and I I honestly can't imagine my childhood without her and her books.

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  10. It's so hard to pick just one, I'm thankful for all authors but I'll name drop a few. You, of course, Rebecca Ethington, Richelle Mead, Katie McGarry, Aimee Carter, Jennifer A. Nielsen, Rick Riordan, and A. G. Howard

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  11. This year I'm thankful for a ton, but I'm going to go with Rainbow Rowell. I totally confessed my love to her yesterday at Y'all Fest :D

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  12. I just researched about crash into me and am soooooooooooooooo excited for this giveaway!

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  13. Sarah Dessen is a woman who has helped me out during tough times in my adolescence. Thank you.

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  14. It's hard to choose just one because I'm so grateful and thankful to so many authors that it's unbelievable! When I'm down or angry, all I've got to do is read a book and my mood is instantly changed! The one that I've come to love and am extremely grateful for is Rachel Caine, author of The Morganville Vampires Series because not only did she invent the world of Morganville but she has always been there for her fans. She's been showing how much she is grateful of them and does so much including trying her utmost best to bring us as much of Morganville as she can! Looking forward to the web series in 2014!! Thank you Rachel!

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  15. I don't think I could choose just one author to be thankful for, I love them all! They're all awesome (:

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  16. Goodness, I don't think I could choose just one! Sooooo many amazing authors! You guys are all so talented!

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  17. I am extremely thankful for Katie McGarry, Sarah Dessen, Alex Bracken, YOU:), Heather Graham, Liz Norris, and Kate Brian, all whom I met at BEA last year and encouraged me to start blogging. Thank you guys so much!<3
    -Jayne

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  18. I'm thankful for Anne McCaffrey. I read Dragonsong when I was ten. That was the book that made me fall in love with Fantasy (and Dragons!)

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  19. Great contest. Good luck everyone..

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  20. It's so hard to choose just one because there are so many amazing author out there. So I know that I cheated on this question but I've to say that I'm thankful for all of them because they've created magic in words.

    Thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. can i say i'm thankful for all authors? because of them all, they keep me entertained with books.

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  22. That's very difficult to choose but i'll have to say C.S Lewis. The Chronicles of Narnia was the first lengthier series I owned. Prior to that it was mostly children's books or novels selected by school. It's what made me fall in love with reading! I've had only good experiences since so i'm very thankful!

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  23. I'm very thankful for Leigh Brescia because her book was the first YA novel I read that got me hooked and addicted to that genre.

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  24. Lots of them: Jeri Smith-Ready, J.K. Rowling, Katie McGarry, George R.R. Martin, you, they've let me live all these with wonderful adventures through their books.

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  26. Debra Doxer and KC Hilton, although they are not popular authors they have great books and because of that i grew closer to them helping them achieve what they deserve and also Katie Sise who emailed me worrying how I was in the Philippines :)

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  27. J.K Rowling and Anne Rice. They made me love books more than anything.

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  28. Stephanie Perkins because she writes about real people and issues but gives me hope and because in real life she gives us all hope.

    Thank you:)

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  29. Every author who wrote wonderful books!
    You, Stephanie Perkins, Marissa Meyer, John Green, many to mention!

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  30. I am thankful for Stephen King for making my childhood so scary!!!

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  31. I am truly thankful for all of them. Every author creates their own new world for us to explore and new friends to follow their lives.

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  32. I'm really thankful for Ally Carter because of her books, I started to love reading. :)

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  33. I'm thankful for you Julie, because when I discovered your world, I fall in love with books again and I started to read in english too :)

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  34. I'm thankful to all authors :)
    They give us such a wonderful and magical world,magical worlds of the books :)

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  35. I am thankful for Huntley Fitzpatrick for creating such an amazing book and a wonderful love story.

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  36. There are so many!! I can't just pick one. I love discovering new authors and new worlds.

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  37. All! Each author creates a story that sucks me in and I'm thankful for the creativity and storytelling that pulls me away from my life for a little bit.

    An individual author, I guess, would have to be Stephenie Meyer. If it wasn't for the Twilight series, I'm not sure I would be hooked on reading and YA. Those books really got me back into the reading spirit!

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  38. All of them! YA authors are seriously the best, the way they work really hard to connect with the fans, it's inspiring. And I'm also very grateful for the opportunity I had to meet you, Kaite, and Aimée this summer.

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  39. Anne Mcaffery for introducing me to SCI-FI and Sally Roger-Davidson for making me fall in love with it :-)

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  40. I'm thankful for Julie herself, because the Iron Fey books got me excited about reading again. I'd gotten to the point where I'd read a lot of good books, don't get me wrong, but they where all kind of samey, then I read Iron Fey and got so excited about them. I also may or may not practice my acting skills by doing Meghan's lines....shhhhhhh

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  41. Oh my goodness...how to answer this question. I am thankful for Gertrude Chandler Warner for sparking my initial interest in reading all those years ago when I was a precocious 5 year old looking for something to do and picked up a Boxcar Children's book to read.

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  42. Honestly, I'm thankful for ALL authors. Without them, I would live a bored, uneventful life.
    And yes, that "ALL" authors includes you too Julie. ;D

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  43. i am thankful to those authors who's writing inspire me, make me forget my surrounding, drown in their world and lost in their beautiful prose.

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  44. I am thankful for 1) Julie herself. I mean who isn't and 2)Kate Falls whos writing in the book Inhuman reminded me of Julies;) plus all of the other amazing authors!! those are just my two favorite at the moment

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  45. I am thankful for Mo Willems I'm a preschool teacher and he is amazing for me and my students

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  46. I am thankful for any author who is willing to put their stories for my entertainment. I am reader not a writer and with out all the amazing authors( love too many to name)my life would quite dull and not filled with amazing adventures.

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  47. I am thankful for so many authors! But Markus Zusak is my favorite.

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  48. I am thankful for Tamora Pierce, whose books have instilled a love of reading in me

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  49. I am thankful to Stephenie Meyer, funny I know, because although I've read since I learned what words were she introduced me to the YA paranormal books and whatnot. And I also admire Jennifer L. Armentrout very much. And well as you Julie!

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  50. I'm thankful to Cassandra Clare, because it was for her series that I met this beautiful world of readers! :)

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  51. I'm thankful to many many authors! Rick Riordan for first developing my love for reading, Michelle Moran for igniting my love for ancient Egypt, and You and Nalini Singh for writing my favorite book of all time! Thanks for the giveaway! :))

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  53. I am thankful for Julie Kagawa, Richelle Mead, Sara J. Maas, and Veronica Rossi for inspiring me to write better, and to never give up.

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  54. I am thankful for John Green because I really learned a lot from him. Thanks for the awesome giveaway! Is this open internationally?

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  55. I am thankful for each and every author. Each and every one has affected me and shaped me into the person I am today. Thank you for the give away!

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  56. I'm thankful for J.K. Rowling. She was such an inspiration to growing authors - she started at the bottom and reached way past the top. She brought us a wonderful world that people will be talking about for decades to come.

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  57. Tahereh Mafi for her gorgeous writing and amazing characters.

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  58. I am thankful for all of the amazing authors out there who continue to come up with new and wonderful stories that keep us up all night reading!

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  59. The author I'm thankful for is Khaled Hosseini, without him I would never be into reading. 'The Kite Runner' was simply amazing, it ripped me to shreds, but I couldn't put it down. It was so powerful and not the typical 'westernised' setting and point of view that so many people show.

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  60. I am thankful for Suzanne Collins. I remember THG being the first series that really changed me! (read it before HP)

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  61. I'm very thankful for the author Sherrilyn Kenyon. Not only does she write amazing books but she truly cares about her fans and people in general. She's more than willing to help you with problems if you contact her, she's started many antibullying and hate groups and have even funded many popular ones, and her books always have a hidden heartfelt message behind them that just warms my heart. I love her so much and I'm glad I found her and her books <3

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  62. I am thankful for Harlan Coben. Reading his books taught me how to write one liners and how to use spacing to change emphasis and pace in stories.

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  63. I'm thankful for Carolyn Keene, without whom, I would've never spent many a night as a tween huddled under my blanket with a flashlight well after bedtime as Nancy Drew and her friends faced their latest foe.

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  64. I'm thankful for Laurell K. Hamilton. Although I have decided out-grown her books they taught me the importance of a fully-fleshed out world, one of the things I still price in books today.

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  65. I am thankful for Richelle Mead. With her The Vampire Academy series I became bookworm :)

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  66. C. S. Lewis because reading The Chronicles of Narnia was an amazing experience.

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  67. Oh man, I don't even know. All the authors are awesome. I would definitely have to say Rick Riordan for introducing me to the amazing world of mythology and Veronica Roth for making me love all things dystopian. And Julie Kagawa for introducing me to the Fey and getting me hooked on them.

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  68. I don't which author I would pick. There all so good at the job and being so creative with there books. I would have to say that I have read all of or mostly all of Julie Kagawa books. She is a great author has a very creative mind. I would also like to say that Charlaine harris is a great author for introducing me into this mystical world.

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  69. Wow..
    Great giveaway / contest.
    I hope I can have similar giveaway like this too.
    Hope everyone enjoy it. Good luck.

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