Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop!

Many thanks to I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Jinky Is Reading for hosting this giveaway hop!

I am offering your choice of the following excellent YA novels:

AnAmong the Joyful d as an added bonus (or maybe a blatant attempt at self-promotion!) I’m throwing in the YA novel I recently published under my pen name, Erin Eastham. You can find the Goodreads page for Among the Joyful here.
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28 comments on “Leap Into Books Giveaway Hop!

  1. I’d like to read MUSE UNEXPECATED. Sounds really good Thanks

  2. I haven’t read a ton of YA but I am really liking Veronica Roth’s Divergent and, currently am reading Insurgent. 🙂

  3. Picking only one favorite is too hard! My favorite read so far this year has been The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski.

  4. Shatter Me series is one of my favorites. I just fell in love with the writing and the characters and all they’ve been through. I loved them. Thank you for participating in this hop.

  5. I love the Mythos Academy series by Jennifer Estep because it keeps you interested through the whole series.

  6. I haven’t read any YA so far this year. Yikes! My favorite YA book from last year was The Fault in Our Stars.

    Thanks for hosting the giveaway. Fingers crossed to win.

  7. Jellicoe Road because it is just as good as any adult novel out there.

  8. The Uglies books are my favorite. I love a dose girl powder with my sci-fi!

  9. Too many to list but Divergent and Hunger Games are my top two in YA.

  10. I don’t know that I have an overall favorite, but one of my favorite YA reads this past year was Paradigm by Helen Stringer. It was beautifully written and a really fun dystopian with a bit of a different twist.

  11. I Capture the Castle, by Dodie Smith, sometimes credited as the first YA novel. I loved that it took me to a world (England in the 1930’s) far from my own, and featured unique and interesting characters with troubles both similar and very dissimilar to mine. When I first read it as a teenager, the ending was not what I hoped for, but the older I got, the more I appreciated it: life gives us victories, disappointments and sometimes devastating surprises, and maturing requires the resilience to carry on after all of them.

  12. I have way to many favorites but right now my favorite series is the Gallagher Girls series by Ally Carter!

  13. There are too many good YA books to pick a favorite so I will mention the last really good one I read…The Gift of the Desert Dog. It was full of adventure, the setting was a Native American reservation, it had some Indian lore and was very well written. It was perfect for 9 to 16 year olds.

  14. One of my favorites is the Twilight series, it is a series that I got lost in and couldn’t stop reading until I finished it.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  15. The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness. It was so original and the themes were brilliant.

  16. i read any and all book itry to do atl least 2 day

  17. The Harry Potter series, Inheritance Cycle and His Dark Materials! 😀

  18. I loved Divergent!!! Not to happy about the ending in the last book but the first two were a great read! I read them twice 😉

    • sorry I forgot to say why!! They pulled me right in and kept me interested 😀

  19. My favourite YA book is “Harry Potter & the philosipher’s stone” as it brought my dreams to life!

  20. My favorite will be “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” because.. Let me tell you in the format of the book..

    Dear friend,

    I read this amazing book overnight because I can’t stop reading Charlie’s diary entries that made me feel so in touch with what is happening with his life, the book is called The Perks of Being a Wallflower. It’s book about Charlie who is wallflower and he feels alone coming to his first day of high school which can be really hard so he decided to write letters to you/the reader for what he calls it his friend about the updates in his high school life. The book is intense and dramatic in a fun and unforgettable way which I know you will enjoy.

    Reading this book kind of reminds me who I was back in high school which is a nostalgic feeling because we’re exactly the same. This book is simply amazing. I like the way Stephen decided to make it like a letter/diary form so while reading it you will feel a deep connection with Charlie. I could not put it down. I’ve read it twice and it still left me a great impact and really kept me being engrossed in Charlie’s story. I recommend this book to you because I know you’re a great person and you always listen to me. Charlie taught me to always remember that being different doesn’t make us weird but make us unique in our own ways. And I believe the same thing about you.

    Love always, Nicolette

  21. Daughter of Smoke and Bone- Laini Taylor is an excellent writer, and I love Karou and the world to pieces 😀

  22. The Hunger Games is my favorite YA book. The characters and world building are fantastic.

  23. It will probably always be Twilight because I can go back and read it over and over and still enjoy it every time.

  24. The last YA series I read and loved the story was Twilight,I didn’t really like the writing, but for me, a good story can overcome a lot. I do really enjoy YA, but I haven’t read enough lately. I need more books!! lol

  25. Haven’t read that many, so no fav

  26. My favorite is Anna Dressed in Blood. I love a “good” ghost story.
    Tara Woods

  27. I loved divergent. It was very quick.

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