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Start the New Year With Books Week 3

It's a new week, so here's the newest batch of books!
I Lorelei by Yeardley Smith (the voice of Lisa Simpson!) (ARC Copy)
The Fold by An Na (Arc Copy)
Shug by Jenny Han (Signed by the author!!)
For contest rules, click here. Winners will be posted on Jan. 23
Comments, Following and Sharing this contest all get you entries.
Good Luck!


  1. Please enter me to win THE FOLD--I've been dying to read that one!

  2. Wow I fold sounds really different. I learned about this surgery in my religion class actually. Very interesting stuff.

  3. Please enter me!

    and I posted about your contest here. :)

  4. Please enter me:)

    + BookBegger

  5. Please enter me!

  6. Enter me please!

    I am already a follower.

    I posted about the contest here:

    paradoxrevealed (at) aim (dot) com

  7. Good looking batch of books you've got up here!

  8. I'd love to read these!

  9. The Fold really sounds interesting. Don't know if I can win again, but if so, please enter me.
    Thanks for becoming my first follower on my blog!



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