So last night I was attempting to clean my apartment (radical, I know) when I tripped over a pile of something, stubbed my freshly (and for the first time in many years) pedicured toes, and nearly broke my face. It was a pile of paperbacks blocking the entrance to my closet. I knew something had to be done.
Therefore: I am giving away three books, for starters, and depending on how this goes there may be more giveaways in the near future. Since I am technologically impaired, there will be no fancy contest form. All you have to do to enter this contest is leave a comment below. Your comment should include the following information:
1) a link back to your blog, which hopefully will provide a means of contacting you, should you be a lucky winner!!
2) the name of your favorite dessert, mmmm
3) which of the 3 books below you'd most like to receive, and why (briefly, please)
If you're wondering whether you should become a follower of my blog in order to earn brownie points, shame on you! As if I am that shallow!
Muwahahaha. I am totally that shallow. Not to go all biblical on you, but whoever wrote Ecclesiastes was onto something: Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity. And that's all I have to say about that.
Here are the books I will be giving away:
1) Immortal Beloved by Cate Tiernan (ARC) - a fun new urban fantasy about immortals. You can read my review here, or the goodreads summary here. I gave this 3.5 stars, which means I thought it was pretty good, for whatever that is worth.
2) The Summoning (Darkest Powers, #1) by Kelley Armstrong. A gripping start to an ultimately disappointing trilogy, in my humble opinion. Necromancers have never been so hotttt. (Not really. Vamps are way hotter.) Here's the goodreads summary.
And last and most certainly least, #3, Evernight (Evernight, #1) by Claudia Gray, which I thought was a pile of steaming cow dung, basically, but plenty of others seemed to enjoy it so maybe you will too! Here's my review, which you probably shouldn't read if you're actually considering this - and the far more tempered goodreads summary.