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Official Mockingjay 13 District Blog Tour

I am so excited for the upcoming release of Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins (out August 24!) and I'm sure many of you are too. Which is why I'm thrilled to announce GreenBeanTeenQueen is part of the Official Mockingjay 13 District Blog Tour!

GreenBeanTeenQueen is a member of District 4 (home to Finnick and Mags-yes, I'm a proud district four member!), so on Monday August 9, be sure to stop by the blog for an exclusive Hunger Games giveaway! (I can't tell you what-I have to keep you in suspense, but I will say it's very cool and you'll want to check it out!)

In the meantime, you can check out the new Official Hunger Games Facebook Page-there are polls, sample chapters from the first two books, and my favorite part, you can gift supplies to your friends! Are you excited? Any predictions for what will happen in Mockingjay? And of course, the question on everyone's mind-Team Peeta or Team Gale? (Team Peeta!!)


  1. OMG! I am so jealous...and of course happy for you! That is amazing that you are part of the blog tour. Very, very cool. Congrats!
    BTW - TOTALLY Team Peeta!

  2. Oh, how I wish I was part of this book tour. Congratulations on a coveted spot! I can't wait to start reading the reviews

  3. So exciting! I just pre-ordered my book thru Amazon yesterday. Needless to say I am anxiously awaiting it.

    TEAM PEETA in da house!!

  4. I can't to see the fabulous stuff y'all are giving away!!!! Fun!

  5. Yay! I'll be representing District 6. And, uh, totally Team Gale.

  6. Awesome news! Team Peeta all the way (though I do like Gale)

  7. Congrats for being part of the tour. I'll be getting back from vacation that day but will definitely check in.

  8. This is so cool! I will definitely be on the look out for the goodness that will come from this blog tour. SO COOL!


  9. Team Peeta for the win!!

    This is going to be such a great tour. I'm really excited to see what each of the tributes is offering up to the blogosphere.

  10. OMG I am freaking out - I am so jealous!! :-) I pre-ordered three copies for my library so that I could start reading it IMMEDIATELY and not feel bad about hogging it. Cannot WAIT!!

    Totally Team Peeta. I ordered two t-shirts from Zazzle to indulge in my obsession with all things Hunger Games...

    Thanks for the post!

  11. Haha I can't wait-this whole blog tour is SO cool! I can't wait until the 9th...I just finished entering in the District 3 blog. And.... TEAM PEETA ALL THE WAY...I just love that bread boy. :)

  12. TEAM PEETA!! I don't know how anyone can prefer Gale, he's so one-dimensional...

  13. TEAM RUE! and TEAM KATNISS!(i don't like chosing favs on boys exxcept for in twilight team edward)


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