2 Year Blogoversary Giveaway #4


So, with my two year blogoversary I wanted to do something big for ya'll. But, as a broke college student, there's only so much that I can afford. I'm going to host six different giveaways for signed books, a small mystery box, unreleased ARCs, and even one international giveaway. You will not find out what giveaway is for that day until you check the website at midnight and the rafflecopter is up!

The fourth giveaway is going to be a mystery box of 2014 ARCs. Unfortunately, the biggest box I can find in my house can only fit 6 ARCs, but hey, they are all from 2014! They may or may not be released. You'll have to wait and find out!


The giveaway schedule thus far is as follows...Don't forget to check in at midnight for another giveaway of a signed book!

May 20 --> Comment Contest!
May 21 --> Free To Fall giveaway!
May 22 --> Strange and Ever After giveaway!
May 23 --> Mystery Box of 2014 ARCs giveaway!
May 24 --> Mystery
May 25 --> Mystery

~*~Giveaway Guidelines~*~
1. Must be 13 years or older to enter
2. Must live in the United States
3. I reserve the right to delete any entries that I deem as cheating. Please don't cheat.
4. Winners will have 48 hours to respond to an e-mail before the new winner is chosen.
5. The giveaway will last for a month after its start date.
6. The biggest box I can find can only hold six ARCs, but they're all from this year!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. So far my favorite has been Fire & Flood because it was just exciting and somehow drew me in even if the premise wasn't the most original. Plus, I want a pandora! :D

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    1. Ah! I really want to read this!

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  2. Cress, or Since You've Been Gone, or Pivot Point, or... I can't decide. *sigh*

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    1. I really need to get my hands on PIVOT POINT and SINCE YOU'VE BEEN GONE!

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  3. Thus far, Empower by Jessica Shirvington. It was an amazing series and she ended it perfectly with that book. I cannot wait to reread every last bit of it!

    Andrea @ Bookish.

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    1. I had to give up on this series about half way through! I just wasn't feeling it. Very curious now though! May have to pick it up again.

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  4. oooh I REALLY Enjoyed Deathsworn by Leah Cypess. Assassins and a sorceress. Such a great read :) Oh but Also Cress... aah too many books already!

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    1. I struggled with DEATHSWORN actually. I felt as if it didn't really have a solidified plot worth following. I think I gave it 2 stars?

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  5. Searching for Sky by Jillian Cantor. I never read Contemporary, but this book blew me away - powerful, emotional, amazing. Highly recommend!

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    1. I have never heard of this one before! I will have to check it out!

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  6. I loved Archived by Victoria Schwab. She's quickly becoming a favorite author of mine!

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  7. Wild Cards by Simone Elkeles. It had a good plot with characters that you instantly love

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  8. The best? That is impossible to answer! There have been some seriously amazing books this year. One of my favorites was a book published last year, Days of Blood and Starlight! Amazing. Another great one is A Breath of Frost by Alyxandra Harvey. And I recently start (Don't You) Forget About Me by Kate Karyus Quinn. AWESOME! Thanks so much for all of the amazing giveaways, but most important of all HAPPY 2 YEAR BLOGOVERSARY! So glad that I found your blog, and I plan to continue visiting it as long as you stick around!

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  9. So many but porn unhinged since i am such a huge A.g. Howard fan and im obsessed with Alice in wonderland. Cruel Beauty is a close second though!
    <3 Brittersweet

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  10. Since You've Been Gone by Morgan Matson! I'm just so full of love for that book; it is just so REAL. <3

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  11. Ready Player One was the best book I've read so far this year. I loved it because it was all about video games in the future!

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  12. I am really enjoying Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan and I loved The Iron Fey series by Julie Kagawa. Thanks for the giveaway!! :)

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  13. Creature of Moonlight by Rebecca Hahn. It is the first books I have ever won from a giveaway...ever...It was a really good book, like a brand new fairytale to add to the classics.

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