Summer Bookfest Giveaway, Week 8: ARC of THE POISONED HOUSE + THE HAMBLEDOWN DREAM + BORN TO BE A DRAGON [closed]

Well peeps, it’s the final week of the Summer Bookfest Giveaway, and WE ARE GOING OUT IN A BLAZE OF GLORY! I’ve got THREE books to give to ONE lucky winner, and one of them is an ARC!

First up, we have Eisley Jacobs’ fabulous middle-grade novel, BORN TO BE A DRAGON:

Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup…

This is what Lord Edric wants you to believe. He will do anything in his power to see that humans never come in contact with dragons again. However, he doesn’t plan for Meia, the foster child who dreams of dragons, believing they are real. Or Deglan, the ten-year-old dragon who bears the ancient mark that threatens everything Lord Edric has worked for.

Join these two unlikely friends as they discover the truth behind a legend so extraordinary it will alter each of their lives… forever.

Next, we have Dean Mayes’ deeply touching adult novel, THE HAMBLEDOWN DREAM:

Australian Denny Banister had it all; a successful career, a passion for the guitar and Sonya – the love of his life. Tragically, Denny is struck down with inoperable cancer.

Andy DeVries has almost nothing; alienated from his family, moving through a dangerous Chicago underworld dealing in drugs, battling addiction while keeping a wavering hold on the only thing that matters to him: a place at a prestigious conservatory for classical guitar.

As Andy recovers from a near fatal overdose, he is plagued by dreams – memories of a love he has never felt, and a life he’s never lived. Driven by the need for redemption and by the love for a woman he’s never met, he begins a quest to find her, knowing her only by the memories of a stranger and the dreams of a place called Hambledown…

And finally, we have an ARC of THE POISONED HOUSE by Michael Ford:

Life can be cruel for a servant girl in 1850s London. Fifteen-year-old Abi is a scullery maid in Greave Hall, an elegant but troubled household. The widowed master of the house is slowly slipping into madness, and the tyrannical housekeeper, Mrs.Cotton, punishes Abi without mercy. But there’s something else going on in Greave Hall, too. An otherworldly presence is making itself known, and a deadly secret will reveal itself–a secret that will shatter everything Abi knows.

So: We have a middle-grade novel, an adult novel, and a ghost story. Something for everyone! But sadly, only one person will win this amazing prize pack! Will it be you?

Here’s how you can enter to win:

1) Follow this blog by clicking “Join This Site” in the sidebar. (Required to enter.)

2) Leave a comment on this post saying you’d like to be entered. Be sure to tell me if you’ve tweeted, Facebooked, or blogged about the giveaway; you get extra entries for each one!

That’s all you have to do! This is open internationally and will close on Friday, August 5. The winner will be announced Saturday, August 6. Be sure you check back to see if you won–you will have three days to claim your prize before someone else gets it!

Good luck!

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25 thoughts on “Summer Bookfest Giveaway, Week 8: ARC of THE POISONED HOUSE + THE HAMBLEDOWN DREAM + BORN TO BE A DRAGON [closed]

  1. Carol Thompson says:

    You are really offering a three very different books so there must be something for everyone.

    Thanks for the giveaway and for opening it to worldwide entries.

    Much appreciated.

    I follow via GFC (buddyt)

    Please enter me.

    Carol T

  2. Andrea says:

    What a great contest! You don’t say if this is only in the US, but if Canadians are eligible, I’d love to be entered. These sound like really good reads!

    • Anne Riley says:

      Hey Andrea! I actually did say that it is open internationally, so consider yourself entered!

  3. Julie says:

    Please enter me! I’m tweeting and facebooking this as soon as I hit “submit comment “

  4. Charlotte says:

    I would love to be entered. I am expecialy excited for Born to be a Dragon! Its on my facebook!

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