Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Happy Birthday Hidden!!!

In honor Hidden's release date, The (YA) Bookcase is giving away a copy! 

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Firelight was the third YA book I ever read. Right up there with Wings by Aprilynne Pike and Paranormalcy by Kiersten White. (Not so long ago, I know!) These books are what made me want to be a book blogger and they are so near and dear to my heart. Three years later, the Firelight trilogy remains one of my favorites, along with all the friends I ever lent it to. I hope, if you haven't read Firelight yet, that you will as soon as possible! And if you're like me and already have Hidden on your radar, then you sign up to win a free copy! We're throwing in some fun book swag and a mystery book! 

Thank you to all who entered!!! CJane Novero, we've sent you an email and you have 48 hours to claim your prize before we pick another winner! The mystery book won is a hardcover copy of Legend by Marie Lu and we have lots of fun sneak peeks of books to add to the loot! Congratulations! 



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Happy reading everybody!

Rachel

8 comments:

  1. I just finished the first book and CAN'T WAIT to read the second and third!!

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  2. Twilight was the first YA book I read, and I'm so grateful it introduced me to the YA Genre, I've now read hundreds!

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  3. My first YA was Twilight I think :)

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  4. The first YA novel I read was Twilight. I think that was 5 years ago.

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  5. I was an avid reader when I was young and read many YA books from the 80s & 90s. Twilight was probably the first YA book of this era that I read though. I think a lot of people have that in common and I'm thankful for what it's done for the genre.

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  6. As a teen - "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" by Judy Blume. Now as a librarian, I still love the YA titles.

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  7. The first YA book I read was Forever by Judy Blume. I was on a Blume kick as kids tend to do and devoured everything of hers, which led me to this book a few years sooner (5th grade!!!) than I was probably ready to read it.

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  8. I don't remember, I guess Are You There God? It's Me Margaret might've been one of the firs since I remember reading it when I was 10 or so...
    Lilian @ A Novel Toybox

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