It’s back to school for New York City kids today. Which means a tragic end to their summer. But summer does not officially end until the autumnal equinox on September 22. And I am determined to keep it going. We’re talking flip-flops, fruit salad, mini golf…and summer reading, of course.
How did my ARC pile get taller than me? Not really sure. Just to clarify, an ARC is an advance reader copy of a book that gets printed several months before the book is released. ARCs are awesome to add to your collection because usually only a small number of them are printed. Plus it’s fun to compare an ARC to the finished book to see what changes the author made. I try to give ARCs away after I read them and then buy finished copies of the books when they come out. But between moving and renovations this summer, the pile went crazy. My ARC collection is officially out of control. So I’m giving these to you:
The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May & June by Robin Benway
Belles by Jen Calonita
My Life Next Door by Huntley Fitzpatrick
Reunited by Hilary Weisman Graham
The Duff by Kody Keplinger
Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill
When You Were Mine by Rebecca Serle
Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone
Love and Leftovers by Sarah Tregay
Two winners will be randomly selected to win four ARCs each. Winner one will select four ARCs. Then winner two will select four ARCs from the remaining stash.
Let’s do this one over on Twitter!
2. Tweet this:
Ginormous teen book giveaway! Follow @susanecolasanti and RT to enter. Giveaway info here: https://susanecolasanti.wordpress.com/
1. All entries must be completed by Friday, September 14 at 11:11 pm.
2. Only one tweet per entrant will be counted.
3. I will announce the winners on Twitter on Monday, September 17.
4. Each winner will have two days to email me (susanecolasanti[at]gmail[dot]com) their full name and mailing address. If a response is not received in time, an alternate winner will be selected.
5. The winning mailing address must be located in the United States. If you live abroad and have a contact in the States who can receive the prize for you, it can be sent to their address.