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Book Giveaway: Zen and the Art of Christmas Letters

Courtesy of the author, I have a review copy of Zen and the Art of Christmas Letters by Chuck Storla for one (1) lucky winner!

Contest is open to US residents only. No PO Boxes please. To enter, just fill out the form below. Contest ends December 8. I’ll draw a name on December 9, and notify winner via email.

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Book Giveaway: Gunpowder Moon

Courtesy of Harper Voyager, I have a review copy of Gunpowder Moon by David Pedreira for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Giveaway: The Nine

Courtesy of Pyr, I have a copy of The Nine by Tracy Townsend for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Giveaway: Moon Chosen

Courtesy of Wednesday Books, I have a copy of Moon Chosen by PC Cast for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Giveaway: Don’t Cosplay With My Heart

Courtesy of Scholastic, I have a copy of Don’t Cosplay With My Heart by Cecil Castellucci for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Giveaway: Machine Learning: New and Collected Stories

Courtesy of Mariner Books, I have a copy of Machine Learning: New and Collected Stories by Hugh Howey for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Giveaway: The Seven

Courtesy of Harper Voyager, I have a copy of The Seven by Peter Newman for one (1) lucky winner!

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Book Excerpt and Giveaway: The Brightest Fell

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Excerpt from The Brightest Fell:

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October 9th, 2013
Angels are bright still, though the brightest fell .—William Shakespeare, Macbeth.

THE FETCH IS ONE of the most feared and least understood figures in Faerie. Their appearance heralds the approach of inescapable death: once the Fetch shows up, there’s nothing that can be done. The mechanism that summons them has never been found, and they’ve always been rare, with only five conclusively identified in the last century. They appear for the supposedly significant—kings and queens, heroes and villains—and they wear the faces of the people they have come to escort into whatever awaits the fae beyond the borders of death. They are temporary, transitory, and terrifying.

My Fetch, who voluntarily goes by “May Daye,” because nothing says “I am a serious and terrible death omen” like having a pun for a name, showed up more than three years ago. She was supposed to foretell my impending doom. Instead, all she managed to foretell was me getting a new roommate. Life can be funny that way.

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