Wednesday, July 08, 2009
GIVEAWAY: If I Stay by Gayle Forman
Now that you've read my review of If I Stay by Gayle Forman, here's your chance to win a hardback copy of the book for yourself! Just to remind you...
'Just listen,' Adam says with a voice that sounds like shrapnel. I open my eyes wide now. I sit up as much as I can. And I listen. 'Stay,' he says. Everybody has to make choices. Some might break you. For seventeen-year-old Mia, surrounded by a wonderful family, friends and a gorgeous boyfriend decisions might seem tough, but they're all about a future full of music and love, a future that's brimming with hope. But life can change in an instant. A cold February morning ...a snowy road ...and suddenly all of Mia's choices are gone. Except one. As alone as she'll ever be, Mia must make the most difficult choice of all.
Gripping, heartrending and ultimately life-affirming, "If I Stay" will make you appreciate all that you have, all that you've lost - and all that might be.
For one entry, leave me a comment with your email address. (I'd love to hear about the hardest choice you've made recently, but no pressure!)
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For a third entry, tweet or blog about this giveaway.
This giveaway is open internationally! You have until the 14th of July!
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Michelle can I be entered please. I have just added a link to my Friday Finds post for your site about this book, so I will add the competition in as well, to send other entries your way. Already a followerReplyDelete
Sounds like a great giveaway! Count me in!ReplyDelete
I'm also a follower.. =)ReplyDelete
I would like to be entered into the contest. My email addy is oasisvalley at gmail dot com.ReplyDelete
I am also a follower, but I use google reader.
I would love to read this. My most difficult decision was to buy a house---and have to go back to living on a tight budget..or stay in an apartment and have plenty of money to play with. (I went with the house)ReplyDelete
And I already subscribe through Google Reader. :)ReplyDelete
I think the most difficult decision I've made recently was to stop trying to have children. I really want kids right now, but its just not happening for us..ReplyDelete
I've already subscribed to the feed. I'd love to win a book. I don't know what my most difficult choice was. Probably quitting my job to stay home with my kids.ReplyDelete
Oops, I forgot an email addy! nosebook.mail [at] gmail [dot] comReplyDelete
I'd love to win a copy of this one.ReplyDelete
My email is teddyree[at]optusnet[dot]com[dot]au
I'm a new follower and I've put your contest on the sidebar of my blog blog
My hardest decision ever has been not to put my life at risk by having more children.
I'd love to win a copy of this book.ReplyDelete
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I haven't made any really hard decisions recently, but it did take me quite a long time to decide not to take my little boy to nursery this morning. There is a chance he has chicken pox, but I really wanted a morning to myself. In the end he stayed at home with me, but I still don't know if he has it and it may have been for nothing!
I'm already subscribed to this feed!ReplyDelete
This sounds really nice!ReplyDelete
I haven't made any hard choices recently. Though at the end of this month I have to choose some very important courses, that might have a big impact to my studies.
Please count me in! I'd love to read this book. I'm happy to say that I haven't had to make any hard choices for a long time.ReplyDelete
This sounds like a great read. Please count me in! :)ReplyDelete
Well, the most recent hardest decision I made would have to be picking the right research topic for one of my classes (though that's kind of hard in a totally different way from what I think you meant. LOL.)
I'm a follower. :)ReplyDelete
linked this on my sidebar. :)ReplyDelete
I've become a follower and would love to win this book. It sounds like a beautiful story.ReplyDelete
The hardest decision, to take my sons to see my Dad (their Grandfather) after he died at the funeral home. They were only 8 and 11 at the time but everyone else saw him the night he died unexpectedly so they needed closure. It was the hardest thing I ever did as I had never seen someone who'd died before. My Dad was only 61 so it was a shock to us all.