Thursday, March 28, 2013

Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop


What time is it? Time for another giveaway! This one is the Hoppy Easter Eggstravaganza Giveaway Hop which is hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A Writer & Read Now Sleep Later. There are over one hundred bloggers offering giveaways in this hop and it runs from now until midnight on April 5th. Find the list of bloggers here.

We are offering a YA paranormal eBook for one lucky reader. Our giveaway is open internationally and the winner will be gifted a Kindle edition of this book. You don't need to own a Kindle, there are apps for reading on your computer and such.
Hidden Wings (Hidden Wings #1) by Cameo Renae
YA paranormal
Published January 18th 2013 by Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing

Seventeen is a life changing age for Emma Wise.

As her family's sole survivor in a car crash, she is left with a broken arm and a few scrapes and bruises. But these are only outward marks; inside, her heart is broken and the pieces scattered.

Whisked away to Alaska, to an aunt she’s never met, Emma starts over. Secrets unveil themselves and now…she doesn't even know who or what she is.

A centuries old prophecy places Emma in the heart of danger. Creatures of horrifying and evil proportions are after her, and it will take Emma, her aunt, and six, gorgeously captivating Guardians to keep her safe. But, if she can survive until her eighteenth birthday... things will change.
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31 comments:

  1. Depends on the situation they were in.

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  2. As long as there's some form of healing involved in the story.

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  3. As long as they have some kind of character growth/movement eventually :)

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  4. Sorta. I've only read a few with "broken" characters and so far those reads were okay.

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  5. Mostly I do. It depends on how broken I guess.

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  6. sure, why not I like all kids of stories! Thanks for the giveaway! And Happy Easter! :)

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  7. I like all kinds of stories, "broken" characters and all!

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  8. Yes, it's interesting to see how 'broken' characters get 'mended'.
    Bonnie Hilligoss/bonhill@speakeasy.net

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  9. Yes I do! I love it! It always gives the characters a real life persona to them and makes for a wonderful story!

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  10. Yes I actually do:) thank you for the giveaway!

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  11. Sort of, but I'm more interested in the whole prophecy thing.

    Marie @ Marie’s Bookworm Blog
    http://www.mariesbookwormblog.blogspot.com

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  12. I do like a "broken" charater.. makes the book more interesting :)

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  13. I'm a major fan of damaged, flawed and broken characters.... as long as they're somehow redeemable....

    Happy Easter and thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  14. I do like books with broken characters, provided they step up and overcome the adversities. Thank you for participating in this fun hop. Hoppy Easter.

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  15. Yes, it's always interesting seeing them overcome their tragedies. Thanks for the Awesome chance to win an ebook of Hidden!

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  16. I do like books with broken characters, it is interesting to see the process they take to overcome their obstacles. thanks for the giveaway!

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  17. Yep, especially if I can relate or they make me cry... =)

    Thank you so much!!!

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  18. Yes, because I like to see them put back together.
    Happy Easter or should I say, Hoppy Easter! I love these hops so much! I try to do every one I come across. For this Easter, I celebrated by sleeping in and then going out for dinner and ice cream with my family. It was fun. I hope that your Easter was just as fun!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    mestith at gmail dot com

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  19. It usually depends on how they came to be "broken" for me

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  20. Yeah I actually like broken characters. They're not bad and I think everyone is a little bit broken!

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  21. Yes, depending on how broken or if there will be healing and redemption.

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  22. Sometimes it really depends on the story.

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  23. Yes, it makes things so much more interesting.

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  24. Yes, as long as they come out on top

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  25. Yes, I like stories featuring broken characters, especially when they overcome their problems.

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  26. Yes but there has to be some healing and happiness or it gets too sad for me to read.

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  27. Oh yes!!!! More vulnerable;)

    cc_clubbs[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  28. Yes, I do. I like flawed characters and enjoy seeing their growth during the story.

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