Anyway... before we start this week's Freebie Friday, I want to send a huge congratulations to this year's Golden Heart and Rita finalists. (The Ritas are for published works and the Golden Heart is for pre-pubbed.) The finalists in the YA category are:
Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog
Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter
Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles
Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols
The ABC's of Kissing Boys by Tina Ferraro (<===agency sistah! Yay, Tina!!)
Nothing Like You by Lauren Strasnick
Ghost-Ridden by Vanessa Barneveld
Shattered by Shea Berkley
bloom by Shelley Coriell
Welcome Caller, This is Chloe by Shelly Coriell
The Halo Chronicles: The Guardian by Carey Denise Corp
Squeeze Three Times by Kimberly Eve MacCarron
Spelling and Glamour by Jennifer McAndrews (<====Good friend and CP!!!! YAY, Jen!!!!!)
Unchosen by Erica Daniel O'Rourke
And now, without further ado (and before my kids get up...) this week's Freebie:
It's time once again to make room for new books in my book piles, which means I have to part with some of the fabulous books I've recently read. This week's winner may choose any FOUR of the following books for their Prize Pack:
THE HUNGER GAMES - Suzanne Collins
CATCHING FIRE - Suzanne Collins
HEIST SOCIETY - Ally Carter
SOMETHING, MAYBE - Elizabeth Scott
FALLEN - Lauren Kate
HUSH, HUSH - Becca Fitzpatrick
SHADOWLAND - Alyson Noel
SHIVER - Maggie Stiefvalter
To be entered to win, you can do one (or more!) of several things:
* Leave a comment below, telling me what book you would recommend I get to read next and rebuild my book piles.
* Post about this contest on twitter, facebook, myspace or on your blog.
* Post the TRANCE countdown widget on your blog.
* Take the DEATH BY DENIM quiz created by 'Paramorebud' and tell me your score.
* FREEBIE BONUS: Leave a comment on Robolobolyn's Birthday Bash blog post. (She is giving away four copies of DEATH BY DENIM!)
Each of these will earn you one entry. The winner will be chosen by random drawing on Wednesday, March 31. Apologies to my overseas readers, but since most of these books are hardcover and thus expensive to send, this contest is open to continental US/Canada readers only.