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The Perfect Giveway!

Christi the Teen Librarian and I had the great fun of meeting Ellen Hopkins in Princeton last week. I want to share this great event with a reader who would love to own an autographed copy of Ellen's latest YA novel: Perfect.
This is a finished copy, not an arc.
Here's the skinny. No fancy forms, no extra entries (you know, I think those things are bunk anyway!), and no hoops to jump through!
*you must be 13 to enter
*I can only ship to US addresses only (sorry!)
*Giveaway runs until November 11
*winner will be determined by

So leave a comment with your name, and a way to contact you. Follows are NOT required, but I have more giveaways planned so you may want to follow just so you have a head's up on those.


Anonymous said…
Oh, my gosh, I want this book so badly!!
egreen2 at comcast dot net
Thanks for the giveaway
Angie said…
Thank you so much!
Name: Angie
Email: osnapitzAngiex3(AT)aol(DOT)com
Chey said…
Thank you very much!

Thanks a bunch!

Anonymous said…
Thanks a lot for this. I sooo wanna read it.

Thanks so much for the amazing giveaway! I wanna read this so badly :)

iliveforreading AT hotmail DOT com
Kassie said…
Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Kayla said…
Thanks for the chance to win!

klamber1 at unca dot edu
Angelica said…
Thanks for the giveaway!
lorrie0729 said…
Great giveaway... Thank you so much

eyeballlucy said…
Love to win this super great

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