Thursday, December 13, 2012

100th Post GIVEAWAY!!!

Can you believe it? Not quite a year and half in, and (YA)Y! has reached its 100th post!! This of course doesn't include those sister posts over at J! books where I review lots of wonderful middle grade books. What's that? Haven't checked it out? Now sounds like a pretty great time.

Ohhh, you're here for the GIVEAWAY! Well, you've come to the right spot. To celebrate 100 posts of YA awesomeness, I'm giving away 3 books*! Here are the options:

In eighteenth century Vienna, Austria, fifteen-year-old Theresa seeks a way to help her mother and brother financially while investigating the murder of her father, a renowned violinist of Haydn's orchestra at the court of Prince Esterhazy, whose body was found near a gypsy camp.

Born into a family of witches, seventeen-year-old Tamsin was raised believing that she alone lacked a magical "Talent," but when her beautiful and powerful sister is taken by an age-old rival of the family in an attempt to change the balance of power, Tamsin discovers her true identity. 

Three girls, known as the Stones of Prophecy, are drawn to a land called Fairytale, where they and a man called the Chosen One seek Oonagh, a magical creature who explains their role in a battle between Good and Evil.

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This contest runs until the end of the year, so follow the blog, tell your friends, and three lucky people will WIN A FREE BOOK!

*Normally, I would review these books for you, But sadly, I have not read these wonderfully-looking books yet. They were chosen by me and donated from the Linwood Community Library's collection, for a contest such as this!


  1. I would love to win The Musicians Daughter, which I've actually read before from my library. =)

    Thanks for the great giveaway. =)

  2. Congrats on your 100th post! I've been sporadic in my blogging so I didn't realize you were reviewing MG books too - perfect because that's what my daughter is reading - I'll go check out the J Books blog now!

  3. I would love the win the Musicain's Daughter. I enjoy reading your blog for suggestions to share with my students! :)