In celebration of REUNITED’s paperback release, I’m giving away 10 copies to one lucky book club. The winners will also receive a copy of REUNITED’s discussion questions, as well as an assortment of road-trip themed snacks. To enter, all you need to do is share this giveaway on Facebook, your blog, or Twitter, then post a comment about what you did in the comments section below. You’ll get one entry for each placed you shared. Plus, to earn 2 bonus entries, tell me a bit about your book club.
Book Clubs–all this could be yours…
REUNITED is perfect for YA book groups and regular book groups, Recommended for readers age 12 and up.
Teachers and librarians are also welcome to enter. Contest ends Thursday, June 27th, at 8am, EST. Open to U.S. residents only, age 12 and up. Good luck!
Last week, I had the honor of doing my first book club visit as a published author, thanks to my friend Connie, one of my biggest cheerleaders. Though not technically young adults, Connie’s book club branched out from their typical reading fare in order to include my YA novel, REUNITED. The afternoon started with a fun speaking event at the Westfield, MA Athenaeum, followed by a lovely dinner with the book club gals.
Having never been to a book club other than my own, it was exciting to get a glimpse of another group’s unique combination of literature, food and friends–this special recipe being the heart and soul of the book club experience. Plus, a good book club exposes us to ideas, authors, and cuisines that we might not have discovered to on our own. Just like the Westfield ladies probably wouldn’t have have found my book, had it not been for Connie’s gentle prodding. 😉 Right now, my book club’s reading THE BRIEF WONDROUS LIFE OF OSCAR WAO by Junot Diaz. What are you reading in your book club?
Books, food, and friends–a hat-trick of awesomeness.