Thursday, December 5, 2013

Want to Win Free Books?

Blink, an imprint of Harper Collins is giving away three free books!  What do you need to do?  Send an email to by midnight on December 6, that's tomorrow, with your name and mailing address.  Ten winners will be chosen from all the entries!  I haven't read any of the books, but they look good.  Here's is the info from the publisher.

Doon (Blink, $17.99, ISBN13: 9780310742302) by coauthors Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon is an imaginative reboot of the classic Brigadoon musical. In Doon, Veronica and her best friend Mackenna travel to Scotland for the summer in hopes of finding some peace. But the Scottish countryside holds a host of secrets—including a passageway to a mysterious land that appears to be a real-life fairy tale. In the land of Doon, two handsome princes vie for the girls’ hearts. Veronica and Mackenna could have everything they’ve ever longed for… or end up breaking an enchantment and find themselves trapped in a world that may soon become a nightmare

Aquifer (Blink, $15.99, ISBN13: 9780310731825) by award-winning author Jonathan Friesen is a new dystopian about a world where water is power, the control of people is complete, and a truth exists that the rulers will do anything to hide. In Aquifer, 16-year-old Luca has become the Deliverer, the only person permitted to connect the Toppers, who need water to survive, with the Water Rats, individuals who mine the world’s only water source, buried deep underground. As he experiences life in his new role, Luca uncovers secrets—and lies—used to tyrannize his people. And when he meets a Water Rat who captures his heart, he begins a journey to show others the truth, free his people, and fulfill a prophecy the world’s leaders have killed people to prevent from happening.

Running Lean (Blink, $12.99, ISBN13: 9780310734970) is a debut young adult novel by Diana L. Sharples. It’s a coming-of-age story that tackles the destructive realities of a serious eating disorder, along with the power of first love. Running Lean gives readers a window into the minds of two teens as they struggle with their genuine affection for one another and the complexities of life. Solving their problems could destroy their relationship, but the alternative could be much more costly.

Woohoo!  I love free books! Visit the Blink website for more info.

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