100 Subscriber Giveaway!

This blog recently hit 100 subscribers, which I am really excited about. So as a big thank-you, I’m doing a giveaway. We’re doing a Rafflecopter drawing instead of a Twitter contest, mostly because it’s a lot less time consuming for me. And because there have been like fifty million Twitter pitch contests in the last month or so.

Up for grabs is:

  • One 10 page critique
  • One 5 page critique
  • One paper back copy of Tyler Whiteside’s Janitors. (US only)

Whoever wins first place will get to choose their prize, and the second and third place winners will get to choose from whatever prizes remain. Both critiques include query critique, if I haven’t already critiqued your query. Or if you want me to look at an updated version.

Follow the link below to the raffle. And may the odds be ever in your favor!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

(The other options for people to follow on Twitter include all the lovely people who have let me guest write or vlog for them this past year)

janitors

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15 thoughts on “100 Subscriber Giveaway!

  1. I read so many good books, but the best was Tiny Pretty Things right before new year. The author escapes me but it was very good, very powerful and an impressive contemporary. All the characters were drastically flawed – you know their actions are just terrible but you can see why they act the way they do. Overall, it’s such a human story even if the reader isn’t familiar with the world of ballet.

  2. I read so many good books, but the best was Tiny Pretty Things. I don’t remember the name of the author but it was very good, very powerful and an impressive contemporary. All the characters were drastically flawed – you know their actions are just terrible but you can see why they act the way they do. Overall, it’s very human, even if you aren’t familiar with the world of ballet.

  3. There were so many good books this year! I’d probably zero-in on Heir of Fire, though. I’ve read it twice now and I’m so excited to see where the characters go from here!

  4. I am having a hard time declaring a “best” book of 2014 as well. I’ll have to go with City of Heavenly Fire by Cassandra Clare simply because I have loved the series all along and she did a good job of the final installment. Definitely a tear jerker for those who have followed since City of Bones.

  5. So many great books in 2014!! Last year, BRUTAL YOUTH, CHERRY MONEY BABY and HOW WE FALL were the faves from my reading. I found I gravitated toward books about teens in tough personal circumstances.

  6. Even though I *may* have just read this last week, I’m going to say Red Rising was my favorite 2014 read, because it was released then, after all! Definitely some of the best pacing and plotting I’ve ever read, and I wanted the book to never end.

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