Thanks so much for buying and for participating in the B2B contests! It's been a success so far, and you guys all rock for purchasing so many books!
This month, I'm giving away a signed harcdcover copy of Sucks to be Me: The All True Confessions of Mina Hamilton, Teen Vampire (Maybe) by Kimberley Pauley. Anyone who bought last month's books is eligible too (click here to see the list)! I have kept your entries, and they will be counted.
This weekend brings you a chance to get three entries:
HarperTeen has come out with a great series of anthologies written by some of the best YA paranormal authors around. The first one is Prom Dates From Hell, and features authors Stephenie Meyer, Meg Cabot, Kim Harrison, Michelle Jaffe, and Lauren Myracle. The second is Love is Hell, which just came out this past November, and has stories from Scott Westerfeld, Justine Larbalestier, Melissa Marr, Gabrielle Zevin, and Laurie Faria Stolararz. In late May, Vacations from Hell will be hitting shelves, comprised of stories written by Libba Bray, Maureen Johnson, Claudia Gray, Sarah Mlynowski, and Cassandra Clare.
But the coolest thing about these books? Every time you buy one, HarperTeen donates a portion of the proceeds to charity! When you buy Prom Dates from Hell, you'll be giving money to First Book, and College Summit benefits whenever you buy Love is Hell. I'm not sure who will be benefitting from the sale of Vacations from Hell, but either way, it's sure to be a great read that will make you feel good about yourself for buying.
PLUS: All three books are available in either hardcover or paperback. If you buy the harcover edition, I'll give you two entries!
Just send all pictures of last month's or this month's books to email@example.com with B2B in the subject heading. Remember, you don't have to be in the picture, but your book and receipt does (order confirmation emails from online stores count too!). The contest ends on March 31st! Good luck!
This month's qualifying books:
Prom Dates From Hell
Love is Hell
Vacations from Hell
Sleepless by Terri Clark