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Contest Alert!!!

Well, hopefully you all know now about my own personal contest (if not, you can scroll down to find it and enter!) - but here is another opportunity to WIN that I thought all you bibliophiles should know about!
Here's all the details:



And if that isn't too easy for all you squinty eyed readers (and aren't we all starting to lose our eyesight? I know I am, lol) -

Three grand prize winners will each win a $100 Visa gift card to celebrate Gena Showalter's new release in her YA series, UNRAVELED. She's hosting a scavenger hunt on her and other awesome authors' blogs. Plus Gena's giving away signed copies of UNRAVELED to five lucky runner-ups. All you have to do is find all eight letters, unscramble them and email the word to Contests(AT)KnightAgency.net. To find out where the letters are hiding in the great internet universe, click here for a contest road map and rules.

This contest runs from Monday, August 30th to Thursday, September 2nd. All entries must be received by Monday, September 6th at midnight ET.

Not convinced you should enter? Here's a bit about Gena Showalter's book and the cool-lookin' cover:



Gena Showalter’s YA series, Intertwined, about sixteen-year-old Aden Stone, a paranormal magnet who has, well had, four souls trapped in his head, continues this fall with the release of UNRAVELED (Harlequin, September 2010). Now, Aden is down to three souls bossing him around, but along the way he’s picked up the title of Vampire King to add to his ever-growing list of worries (which includes a prophecy that says he’ll bite the dust after a knife through the heart).

Sounds pretty good, huh? Think I might enter too, if get the chance.

Hope you all win something, my lovely, book loving followers! :)

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