Thursday, February 23, 2012

YA Paranormal Giveaway Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Young Adult Paranormal Activity Giveaway Hop. The hop is hosted by I am a Reader, Not a Writer and vvb32reads. Tons of other blogs are participating. To see the full list and hop along for the chance to win some great books go HERE.

So here's the deal - I decided to offer a few books that represent different paranormal creatures. One winner will get to choose one of the novels from the five featured here. 
Click on the picture if you want a synopsis from IndieBound -


I figure this way there's a good mix of shapeshifters, witches, demons, angels, and plenty of girls walking the line between the normal and the paranormal. (If a book hasn't been released yet, I'll pre-order it for you.)
Alright, the details: 
  • One (1) winner will get his/her choice of one (1) of the books shown above.
  • You must be 13 or older to enter. 
  • This giveaway is international as long as the Book Depository ships to you.
  • You do not have to be a follower to enter, but it is always appreciated!
  • Fill out the Rafflecopter form below - you can only enter once.
  • This contest will begin February 24 and will end February 28 at 12:01 AM.
  • Winner will be announced by email - if you win you have 48 hours to respond before I pick a new winner. 
  • Good luck and thanks for entering!


    If you feel like commenting, I'd love to know what superstitions you have. Me, I believe I need to knock on wood to avoid being jinxed. One of my best friends needs to toss salt over her shoulder (even at busy restaurants) and my other best friend believes it's bad luck to spill a grain of salt. What do you believe is lucky/unlucky and why?
a Rafflecopter giveaway

23 comments:

  1. I'm actually a pretty weird person when it comes to superstitions. I knock on wood and I believe ladybugs are good luck and stuff like that but I also think black cats are adorable and 13 is an awesome number. So I guess I just believe the good luck ones :) Great giveaway by the way I want Spellbound sooo bad!

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  2. thanks you a lot for this international giveaway.
    for superstitions.. hum i touch wood and i thing it's bad luck to cross knifes

    great giveaway, there are several book interesting me so i will have to choose if i'm lucky to win

    all the best and again thanks you

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  3. I too love ladybugs - very lucky, my grandma used to soay:))

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  4. I don't really have one, but I do knock on wood.

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  5. Oh, awesome. Thank you, so much for this amazing giveaway. Those are some great books, I look forward to Spellbound. :)

    SuZ @ A Soul Unsung
    Don't forget my Dragonswood Giveaway!
    susanhaugland@att.net

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  6. This is really silly, but I'm from Wisconsin and there are A LOT of deer around here, so I believe as long as I tell someone to drive safely and watch out for 4 legged animals or high speed beef and NOT say the word deer, they won't hit one! But if I forget and say the word, I jinx them! Really silly huh? lol
    Ashley A
    ash_app@hotmail.com

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  7. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm not really a superstitious person but I do practice the knock-on-wood "thingy". :)

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  8. I wont walk under a ladder!! I do the salt thing as well.

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  9. Looking forward to Spellbound. I loved Hex Hall and Demonglass. THanks for the chance to win!

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  10. oh man I knock on wood all the time! ! And hate it when someone says something bad is going to happen.. it almost always does!

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  11. I do not walk under ladders or stairs...for some reason it creeps me out. Thanks for the giveaway. great blog.

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  12. I don't walk under ladders, and Ladybugs are good luck!!

    Thank you so much for participating in this hop and for the awesome giveaway chance!

    Gena Robertson
    robertsongena@hotmail.com

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  13. I don't think I have any superstitions. I have always heard it is unlucky for a bird to fly into the house (unless it's a pet).

    GFC Heather Schrock
    hschrock24112 at yahoo dot com

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  14. In Greece we have many superstitions. if you sneeze, it means that someone is talking about you. Ask someone around you to give you a 3 digit number. Count each digit together and then count down the alphabet. Whatever letter it falls on, is the initial of the person that is talking about you.
    The salt can be used to get rid of an unwanted human presence. It is also customary to sprinkle salt in a new house before you occupy it, as the salt will drive any evil out and away from you and your family. If two people say the same thing at the same time, they will look around for something red and hurry to touch it, while saying (touch red).
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  15. THanks for the opprotunity ive been wanting A touch morbid!

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  16. I was unable to leave my follower names in the raffle copter thingy.
    I follow as Wolfswan1 but logged onto rafflecopter with facebook name Sarie Grobler.
    I dont have any superstitions but I have a very long list of OCD's if you are interested in hearing about any of them ;)

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  17. I try not to break mirrors or walk under latters! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  18. Nah, I tend to believe luck is what you make it.

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  19. I have a few superstitions, I definitely do the knock on wood thing but I tend to use plastic it there is no wood around. It's all the same to me. The knocking is the important part. I also throw salt over my shoulder.
    Awesome giveaway thanks for the chance.

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  20. Hi Hannah! Thank you for this lovely giveaway:)

    Best wishes,
    Sarah

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Thursday, February 23, 2012

YA Paranormal Giveaway Hop

Welcome to my stop on the Young Adult Paranormal Activity Giveaway Hop. The hop is hosted by I am a Reader, Not a Writer and vvb32reads. Tons of other blogs are participating. To see the full list and hop along for the chance to win some great books go HERE.

So here's the deal - I decided to offer a few books that represent different paranormal creatures. One winner will get to choose one of the novels from the five featured here. 
Click on the picture if you want a synopsis from IndieBound -


I figure this way there's a good mix of shapeshifters, witches, demons, angels, and plenty of girls walking the line between the normal and the paranormal. (If a book hasn't been released yet, I'll pre-order it for you.)
Alright, the details: 
  • One (1) winner will get his/her choice of one (1) of the books shown above.
  • You must be 13 or older to enter. 
  • This giveaway is international as long as the Book Depository ships to you.
  • You do not have to be a follower to enter, but it is always appreciated!
  • Fill out the Rafflecopter form below - you can only enter once.
  • This contest will begin February 24 and will end February 28 at 12:01 AM.
  • Winner will be announced by email - if you win you have 48 hours to respond before I pick a new winner. 
  • Good luck and thanks for entering!


    If you feel like commenting, I'd love to know what superstitions you have. Me, I believe I need to knock on wood to avoid being jinxed. One of my best friends needs to toss salt over her shoulder (even at busy restaurants) and my other best friend believes it's bad luck to spill a grain of salt. What do you believe is lucky/unlucky and why?
a Rafflecopter giveaway

23 comments:

  1. I'm actually a pretty weird person when it comes to superstitions. I knock on wood and I believe ladybugs are good luck and stuff like that but I also think black cats are adorable and 13 is an awesome number. So I guess I just believe the good luck ones :) Great giveaway by the way I want Spellbound sooo bad!

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  2. thanks you a lot for this international giveaway.
    for superstitions.. hum i touch wood and i thing it's bad luck to cross knifes

    great giveaway, there are several book interesting me so i will have to choose if i'm lucky to win

    all the best and again thanks you

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  3. I too love ladybugs - very lucky, my grandma used to soay:))

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  4. I don't really have one, but I do knock on wood.

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  5. Oh, awesome. Thank you, so much for this amazing giveaway. Those are some great books, I look forward to Spellbound. :)

    SuZ @ A Soul Unsung
    Don't forget my Dragonswood Giveaway!
    susanhaugland@att.net

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  6. This is really silly, but I'm from Wisconsin and there are A LOT of deer around here, so I believe as long as I tell someone to drive safely and watch out for 4 legged animals or high speed beef and NOT say the word deer, they won't hit one! But if I forget and say the word, I jinx them! Really silly huh? lol
    Ashley A
    ash_app@hotmail.com

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  7. Thanks for the giveaway! I'm not really a superstitious person but I do practice the knock-on-wood "thingy". :)

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  8. I wont walk under a ladder!! I do the salt thing as well.

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  9. Looking forward to Spellbound. I loved Hex Hall and Demonglass. THanks for the chance to win!

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  10. oh man I knock on wood all the time! ! And hate it when someone says something bad is going to happen.. it almost always does!

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  11. I do not walk under ladders or stairs...for some reason it creeps me out. Thanks for the giveaway. great blog.

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  12. I don't walk under ladders, and Ladybugs are good luck!!

    Thank you so much for participating in this hop and for the awesome giveaway chance!

    Gena Robertson
    robertsongena@hotmail.com

    ReplyDelete
  13. I don't think I have any superstitions. I have always heard it is unlucky for a bird to fly into the house (unless it's a pet).

    GFC Heather Schrock
    hschrock24112 at yahoo dot com

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  14. In Greece we have many superstitions. if you sneeze, it means that someone is talking about you. Ask someone around you to give you a 3 digit number. Count each digit together and then count down the alphabet. Whatever letter it falls on, is the initial of the person that is talking about you.
    The salt can be used to get rid of an unwanted human presence. It is also customary to sprinkle salt in a new house before you occupy it, as the salt will drive any evil out and away from you and your family. If two people say the same thing at the same time, they will look around for something red and hurry to touch it, while saying (touch red).
    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  15. THanks for the opprotunity ive been wanting A touch morbid!

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  16. I was unable to leave my follower names in the raffle copter thingy.
    I follow as Wolfswan1 but logged onto rafflecopter with facebook name Sarie Grobler.
    I dont have any superstitions but I have a very long list of OCD's if you are interested in hearing about any of them ;)

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  17. I try not to break mirrors or walk under latters! Thank you for the giveaway.

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  18. Nah, I tend to believe luck is what you make it.

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  19. I have a few superstitions, I definitely do the knock on wood thing but I tend to use plastic it there is no wood around. It's all the same to me. The knocking is the important part. I also throw salt over my shoulder.
    Awesome giveaway thanks for the chance.

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  20. Hi Hannah! Thank you for this lovely giveaway:)

    Best wishes,
    Sarah

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