Friday, February 21, 2014

Blogoversary Giveaway!

In January, I have been creating content for Fluttering Butterflies for a full 8 years. I find that very hard to believe and it's like the brain just cannot wrap itself around that fact. 8 years. It's been an amazing journey and I want to see thank you to absolutely everybody who has read, followed, commented, or supported my blog along the way. I'm hugely grateful that my words on this little blog has meant something to someone else.  I was planning this giveaway for awhile but unfortunately it wasn't the right time on my actual blogoversary. Now? Now I believe it is.

So now I have three wonderful prizes to be given away. First, I was contacted by someone connected with Spineclass Classics who have said they are launching this new War Horse poster in the UK. I think it's very pretty (and I'm going to see War Horse with NT Live very soon!)

I was also lucky enough to meet Joss Stirling recently and had my proof copy of Storm and Stone signed in order to giveaway on this blog. Storm and Stone is the first book of a series of four books dealing with some super cool YA detectives and a dash of romance. It's going to be a fun series.

AND! the super lovely Liz de Jager has kindly offered a signed copy of her debut, Banished, which is the book I'm most looking forward to reading this year. Banished is the first book in the Blackhart Legacy filled magic and fae princes and a kick-ass heroine. I'm excited already!

Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below and off you go.  If you are 16 years or younger, you must have the consent of your parents in order to release your personal details. The giveaway will run from today until next Friday, the 28th. The giveaway is open internationally. Good luck! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I don't really do posters. Desperate to get my hands on the final instalment of Janet Edwards earth girl trilogy.

  2. my favorite is harry potter's poster! and I am definitely waiting for final instalment of Janet Edwards earth girl trilogy

  3. Congratulations, Clover! Eight years is incredible - may there be many more! :)

  4. I didn't really know about Spineless Classics posters... I feel so stupid, LOL. Well, karin said that there's Harry Potter ones? I wouldn't mind one of them, not that I really have posters. I could frame it & keep it for many years to come :)
    Most of the UKYA books I'm looking forward to are sequels & I can't pick from between: Misty Falls (mentioned at OUP, also Stirling), Heart Break Girl & the as of yet untitled second book by CJ Flood (Infinite Sky #2). She was a fab debutee last year & I met her! I haven't met Blackman yet but the other two are lovely people with stunning books :D

  5. The poster is lovely. Banished is the book I'm itching to get my hands on at the mo. It sounds so great and that cover is just gorgeous.

  6. The poster is lovely. Banished is the book I'm itching to get my hands on at the mo. It sounds so great and that cover is just gorgeous.


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