To celebrate several milestones, I’m giving away THREE awesome YA books to ONE lucky winner!
Okay, sound good?
First let me tell you what we’re celebrating.
1) Over 300 likes at my Facebook Page (WooHoo! You guys ROCK!)
2) I’ve been suffering without my wireless internet for quite a while, BUT IT’S BACK! Without the wireless, I can’t get anything done. So this is definitely a reason to CELEBRATE good times, COME ON.
About the Books:
Prada & Prejudice by Mandy Hubbard
To impress the popular girls on a high school trip to London, klutzy Callie buys real Prada heels. However, while trying them on, she trips, conks her head, and wakes up in the year 1815! There Callie meets Emily, who takes her in, mistaking her for a long-lost friend. As she spends time with Emily’s family, Callie warms to them-particularly to Emily’s cousin Alex, a hottie and a duke, if a tad arrogant.
But can Callie save Emily from a dire engagement, and win Alex’s heart, before her time in the past is up?
More Cabot than Ibbotson, Prada and Prejudice is a high-concept romantic comedy about finding friendship and love in the past in order to have happiness in the present.
Something Like Fate by Susane Colasanti
Lani and Erin are bonded for life. One thing that connects them is their fascination of fate. Lani wonders how much of our lives has already been decided and how much we can actually influence. Since the Unknown can unexpectedly change our lives forever, how much can we really control?
From the minute Lani meets Jason, she can’t deny the intense connection they share. It feels like she’s known him forever. She’s not sure if he feels it, too. But it doesn’t matter. Because Jason is Erin’s boyfriend. Lani is determined to ignore her feelings for Jason, no matter how powerful they are, rather than risk hurting her best friend.
How long can Lani keep running from the boy who might be her destiny?
Jen Lewis is having a great junior year. She is the features editor of the school paper, and she’s dating Max Brown, the paper’s editor-in-chief.
Everything is perfect—that is, until Max says, “Maybe it would be better if we were just friends.” In shock and total denial, Jen wonders how she is going to deal with the pain of seeing Max in school every day. Her misery only intensifies when her grandmother gives her a book that she heard about on the radio. Dr. Emerson’s The Breakup Bible claims that “there’s no reason a woman can’t get over a breakup very quickly if she’ll just follow a few basic commandments.” Jen is doubtful. What does Dr. Emerson know about her and Max?
The RULES (Cause we gotta have rules)
1) Leave a comment telling me what upcoming books you’re looking forward to this year
2) Sorry, my international friends, this is U.S. Only.
3) The giveaway will end on March 13th.
That’s all there is to it. The winner will be announced on March 14th, so check back then.
Thanks for stopping by!