Friday, February 25, 2011

Win a copy of Falling Under

It's almost time!!! Falling Under releases on Tuesday March 1st--I've had one picture from a Books-a-Million in Virginia already. 
To celebrate my debut novel release, I'm giving away one copy. This is open internationally, but if you don't live in US or Canada your copy won't be signed. All you have to do to enter is comment below something about your favorite literary heroine. We'll do a random drawing on Sunday night.
Party on, Fictionistas.

21 comments:

  1. My favourite literary heroine is Suze Simon from Meg Cabot's Mediator series, she's awesome. :)

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  2. Ohhh, pretty!

    Don't enter me, of course, but my fave literary heroine is Lizzy Bennet.

    I'm going to check at B&N this weekend to see if it's there already. And since I'm in Virginia, I might as well check at BAM. LOL

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  3. My favorite literary heroine is Elizabeth Bennett because she was never afraid to stand up for what she believed in - or admit when she was wrong. Plus she's feisty - I like feisty heroines!

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  4. My literary heroine is Stephanie Plum from the Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich. She's so witty, determined, independent women. She's just great to have as a character to look on when troubles are tough and you can just laugh at her life and be worried for her when she's gotten herself in a situation.

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  5. Of course don't enter me either, but I AM SO EXCITED FOR YOU!!!!!!

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  6. Deborah6:53 PM

    Oh, your book looks awesome, I'd LOVE to win a copy. My fave? Elizabeth Bennett ftw

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  7. Wow...go Ms. Bennett!

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  8. my favourite literary heroine is probably Scarlett and Rosie March from Sisters Red. =)

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  9. Katie Rose7:43 PM

    Jo March from Little Women.

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  10. Paksennarion from Elizabeth Moon's books. But I have already pre-ordered my copies for both Kindle and my bookshelf, baby!

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  11. Congrats on the release Gwen! I really loved Clare in The Time Traveler's Wife. She just seemed so courageous despite being dealt an odd and tragic hand in love.

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  12. I HAVE TO PICK ONE????

    Uh. Most recently? Viridiana from Brent Weeks' Night Angel trilogy. Who can resist a kickass female assassin? >_>

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  13. Hmmm. Such a difficult question... I think Taylor from JELLICOE ROAD. But I just generally love that book so...

    Sara @ The Hiding Spot
    thehidingspotATliveDOTcom

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  14. First, I have the book so don't enter me please.

    Second. Jo March from Little Women. She's always been one of my favorites.

    My husband read this (I got an ARC) and loved it. This is what he said about it:

    "Falling Under was a very good read with some twists I didn't see coming. Who ever wins this will enjoy it.

    My wife's got the book so I don't need a copy. Plus I didn't play by the rules. ;) I just had to let people know that it's a very good... book"

    (He commented at facebook, not realizing it was here to comment. *Grins*

    So, I enjoyed it quite a bit also. Whomever wins the copy, you will really enjoy it.

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  15. Thank you, Angel! You guys are awesome--I'll head over to Facebook to thank Rob too.

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  16. I'd love to read Falling Under. My favorite literary heroine would have to be Keri Arthur's Riley Jenson, but since her series is over :( It's a tie between Jeaniene Frost's Cat and Katniss from the Hungers Games trilogy.

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  17. I've always loved Wilhelmina "Mina" Murray from Dracula. She was so conflicted yet a strong character I think.

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  18. Gemma Doyle from Libba Bray's trilogy.

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  19. I adore Stephanie Plum. So funny and personable.

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  20. Elizabeth Bennett. She was so far ahead of her time. And did end up with her HEA even after standing up for herself.

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  21. Definitely Jo March from Little Women

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