As promised, in honor of COMPULSION’S debut year, I’m giving away signed copies of my favorite books each month. This month’s opportunity is over at YA Books Central, with paperback copies of DELIRIUM and PANDEMONIUM, plus a hardcover REQUIEM, all signed by Laurent Oliver.
But wait. There’s more. : ) A personalized ARC of COMPULSION and a key necklace inspired by one of the platinum and diamond Tiffany keys Barrie wears in the book.
The giveaway is International and runs through 4/30/14. Here’s where you enter:
Waiting for DREAMS OF GODS AND MONSTERS? I am! Here’s a chance to win all three books in the fabulous DAUGHTER OF SMOKE AND BONE series signed by Laini Taylor along with a personalized ARC of COMPULSION and a sterling silver key necklace.
Find out more and get an interview about COMPULSION at Hypable.com
Win a signed copy of THESE BROKEN STARS plus signed copies of Kat Zhang’s beautiful Hybrid Chronicles, WHAT’S LEFT OF ME and ONCE WE WERE, along with a personalized ARC of COMPULSION, and a sterling silver key necklace.
Find out more and get a sneak preview of COMPULSION at Mundie Moms:
"And that is how someone who is unusually susceptible to nightmares, night terrors, the Creeps, the Willies and the Seeing Things That Aren’t Really There talks himself into making one last trip to the abandoned, almost-certainly-haunted house where a dozen or more children met their untimely end."
A fave quote from MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN, Ransom Riggs (via clarakensie)
"When you sit in silence long enough, you learn that silence has a motion. It glides over you without shape or form, exactly like water. Its color is silver. And silence has a sound you hear only after hours of wading inside it. The sound is soft, like flute notes rising up, like the words of glass speaking. Then there comes a point when you must shatter the blindness of its words, the blindness of its light."
"I hate those endless descriptions of a heroine’s physical attributes … it really bothers me how in books it seems like the only two choices are perfection or self-hatred. As if readers will only like a character who’s ideal—or completely shattered."