July 6, 2012

My Summer Reads Giveaway: Two Terrifying Novellas (open to all)







I Am a Reader Not a Writer and Rex Robot Reviews are co-hosting a giveaway hop dedicated to summer reads. Since I'm already in the midst of my summer-long dedication to short fiction on my blog, I decided to kill two birds with one stone.

So for this giveaway, one lucky winner somewhere in the world will win not one, but two signed limited edition novellas. One is published by Cemetery Dance, called The Cage by Brian Keene. The second is published by Norwood Press, called Serial by Jack Kilborn (aka J.A. Konrath) & Blake Crouch.



Entering the giveaway is super-easy, just fill out the Rafflecopter form below for a free entry, and there are a couple of bonus entries if you feel so inclined. The giveaway is open worldwide, so don't be shy. These are some talented writers with gruesome novellas I wholly recommend you add to your summer reading pile.


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And be sure to check out all of the other great giveaways happening this week:

29 comments:

  1. I have read To The Edge and To The Limit, both by Cindy Gerard since July 1st.
    mom1248(at)att(dot)net

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  2. I just finished Crushed Sugar by Kimber An and can't wait to get to her next two stories.

    Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  3. The latest novella I enjoyed would be An Equal Measure by Bliss Addison

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  4. elemental by brigid kemmerer

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  5. i recently read the biography of Steven Tyler from Aerosmith, and I really enjoy it, because im a huge fan of the band, I also read Im in no mood for love, its was a fun novel, but not so good!
    thanks for making this international!

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  6. A Dream Novel by A. Schnitzler. :)
    Thanks. :)

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  7. Her Sweetest Downfall by Rebecca Hamilton

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  8. Latest novella I read - Brian Keene's TEQUILA'S SUNRISE.

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  9. I have not read any novellas lately.

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  10. Erin Kellison is the master of novellas. Her Shadow Touch novella series is fantastic!

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  11. The most recent novella I read was Finding Magic by Stacia Kane. It's a prequel to her urban fantasy Downside Ghosts series. Unlike most short stories in the paranormal/urban fantasy genre, that just don't seem to have enough time to build a good story, because this one was actually a novella, there was a full story there. It also was able to give a lot of background to a character that is pretty dark, but that fans of the series love anyways.

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  12. vampire for hire samantha moon

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  13. Ive not read many novellas, but I really enjoyed The Short Second Life Of Bree Tanner by Stephanie Meyers.

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  14. Hana by Lauren Oliver, I loved it!

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  15. I'm actually reading one right now called Insider Information: A Possession Short Story by Elana Johnson. It's a Young Adult dystopian series.

    Woo hoo! Brian Keene! I've always wanted to read him!!

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  16. i have not read any novellas lately..only books...

    thx u for the giveaway :)

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  17. Novellas... not many. I prefer books

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  18. Latelly i have not read any novellas, only books or Ebook :)

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  19. I didn't read any novellas lately.. Thank you for the international giveaway :)

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  20. i just read the third book to hunger games, its really good

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  21. I recently read a poem book, it's only available in Danish though. I also like the novellas by Jan Sonnergaard, also Danish :)

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  22. I enjoyed the Soul Screamers books by Rachel Vincent!

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  23. I've just about finished up with My Week with Marilyn. What a sad story! Interesting to see what's behind the public image...

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  24. Jennifer Armintrout's Obsidian is in my hands right now!

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  25. I recently read the Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote. I adore the movie but the book is so good.
    Thank you for the giveaway!
    Artemis

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  26. Passin (Crusade e-novella) by Nancy holder and Debbie Viguie

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