Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Freedom to Read giveaway hop

The Freedom to Read Giveaway Hop is now underway. This hop is hosted by Bookhounds and I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and runs through midnight on July 9th. Here's what we're offering:


We have a brand new ARC of this for one lucky reader 
(open to US residents only):
Identity Theft by Anna Davies
YA thriller*Paperback/eBook, 256 pages
Published April 30th 2013 by Point

Hayley is going to have the best year ever. After years of careful planning, she's ready to serve as student council president AND editor-in-chief of the newspaper. Ivy League, here she comes!

However, just before student council elections, someone creates a fake facebook profile for Hayley and starts posting inappropriate photos and incriminating updates. It must be the work of a highly skilled Photoshopper, but the attention to detail is scary. The embarrassing photos of "Hayley" in her bathing suit reveal a birthmark on her back--a birth mark Hayley has never shown in public. . . .

The situation escalates until Hayley's mother reveals some shocking information. Hayley isn't an only child: She has a twin sister who was adopted by a different family. And that's not all. Soon, Hayley discovers that her long-lost sister isn't just playing a prank--she's plotting to take over Hayley's life . . . by any means necessary.

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33 comments:

  1. ALL THE TIME!!!! LOL... one of the main reasons why I don't have facebook. Thanks for the fun giveaway!

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  2. Yes- we as a society have made it was too easy.

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  3. I am super careful with all of my documentation and online info, but I don't worry about it all that much.

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  4. Honestly, no. I guess I will think about it if it ever happens to me.

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  5. I hadn't much, but then a few months ago, someone tried to steal my father's identity. They weren't successful, but, it did get me thinking.

    Brynna

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  6. I worry about that all the time.

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  7. I do worry about identity theft.
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

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  8. To be honest, not so much as I'm not rich or I don't have much money in my account and my identity is not something too special for someone to want to steal LOL

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  9. I try not to think much about such things.

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  10. I try not to worry about it too much, but yes, it's something that I think about form time to time.

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  11. I know people it has happened to and it's a nightmare, but I don't really worry about too much. My husband on the other hand, is a fanatic about it! Thank you for the giveway!!
    Bonnie Hilligoss/bonhill@speakeasy.net

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  12. I don't normally worry about it, but yesterday I thought I lost my wallet and that's all I could think about!

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  13. I don't really worry about that sort of thing!

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  14. Yes -- my accounts have been hacked in the past and yesterday, due to a careless act, my purse could have been stolen.

    Thanks :)

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  15. Sometimes. We had someone steal are bank account. Luckily the bank caught it before too much damage was done.

    beh2351@frontier.com

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  16. I haven't really worried about it, but perhaps I should! I have had my CC stolen before.

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  17. Never once have I thought about that @_@

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  18. Yes, I have heard many horror stories about identity theft!

    kimberlybreid at hotmail dot com

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  19. Not really actually, but just the thought of it is scary!

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  20. No, no one wants to be me. :)

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  21. Yeah, but I think we're getting to the point where it's inevitable.

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  22. Even though I am very careful, I still worry all the time about my identity being stolen. It happens so much these days.

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  23. Um, with my finances and my credit, good luck to the person who tries to steal my identity. There isn't anything to steal!

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  24. yep, already had my credit card stolen on the net - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

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  25. Yes, I have thought about it. It's a very scary thought.

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  26. Yes, I worry about identity theft. It is becoming a very common crime.

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  27. I think about my identity being stolen all the time since it happens a lot.

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  28. We thank everyone for taking the time to stop and comment. It means a lot to us!

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