Contest: Win a copy of The Tension of Opposites!

Kristina McBride is kindly offering readers of The Hiding Spot a chance to win a signed copy of her novel, The Tension of Opposites and some other fun swag! Be sure to check out my review of this unforgettable novel and my interview with Kristina!

Prizes:
Grand Prize: 1 signed hc of The Tension of Opposites, a framed photograph of sunflowers (taken during the filming of the trailer!), and bookmarks.
(2) Winners: 1 journal (with note from the author) and bookmarks.

^^^ Grand Prize ^^^



How to Enter:
You MUST comment on my review of The Tension of Opposites or the interview with Kristina McBride. (Only one comment is required.) Then you MUST fill out this FORM. If you neglect to comment on at least one of the posts or fill out the form, you will not be entered to win.


Extra Entries:
Not required. Extra entries are detailed on the entry form as well.
+5 entries – Comment on my review or interview (whichever you did not comment on for your original entry)
+5 entries – The Tension of Opposites is one of my all time favorite reads because it had so many of my favorite elements. Comment on this contest post w/novel or author that fits you perfectly as a reader.
+4 entries – Old Follower/Subscriber (Thank you!)
+2 entries – New Follower/Subscriber (Welcome! You will gain 4 entries in the next contest you enter at The Hiding Spot as an Old Follower/Subscriber!)
+2 Follow me on Twitter (@thehidingspot) Leave your @name for verification.
+2 Follow Kristina McBride on Twitter (@McBrideKristina) Leave your @name for verification.
+3 Tweet this contest. (Leave a link.)
+3 Link this contest on your sidebar, in a post, or on FB. (Leave a link.)


Details:
Contest will close June 17th 2010. Open to US and Canadian mailing addresses only. Sorry International readers! 


Good luck!

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45 thoughts on “Contest: Win a copy of The Tension of Opposites!

  1. I have my own giveaway, but I'm still entering this one. Maybe I can trade out my regular copy for a signed one πŸ˜‰ As far as an author that fits me…it's a tough call, but I think probably John Green has written some of the books that stuck with me the most lately.

  2. great giveaway! i have a lot of favorites, but of all the books i read this year i'd have to say i liked the sky is everywhere by jandy nelson the most. everything was perfect for me, and i liked how the character of lennie started out lonely and confused, and eventually found happiness. the novel really stuck to me, and it was an all-around outstanding read πŸ™‚

  3. I've gone from not really knowing anything about this book, to wanting to really REALLY read it. Great review and interview! BTW, forgot to put Twitter link, it's @missyreadreview

  4. Urgh, I hate picking favorites. But I guess I'd have to say that Hate List by Jennifer Brown is probably one of my top favorites. It really impressed me and made my top ten, I think.Thanks for holding this contest!

  5. Ummm… I might be a bit biased here seeing as this was the book that introduced me to YA lit but, you can't take away its brilliant-ness *is that even a word?* I'd have to say one of my fave books is Beautiful Creatures =)

  6. I think my favorite would be a tie between Laurie Halse Anderson and Sarah Dessen. Both of which are totally amazing authors and I love them for totally different reasons, but either way, total ❀

  7. I just put a whole page together for recommendations – several books that come to mind are – The Light of Asteria, Seers of Light, Fallen, The Pace – there's so many! But…if I had to pick my all time fav. thats changed me as a person I would say The Light of Asteria! πŸ™‚

  8. Thanks for the contest! Some of my favorite reads are:Graceling and Fire by Kristen CashoreThe Book Thief by Markus ZusakThe Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare

  9. Thanks for the giveaway!One of my favorite books that I recently read was Before I Fall by Lauren Oliver. It was a haunting, tragic, beautiful tale that inspired me to be a better person.

  10. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway!Hmm one of my favorite books that I recently read… I'd probably go with Hourglass by Claudia Gray. I just finished it yesterday and loved it. I definitely recommend the Evernight series.

  11. My all-time favorite book is Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte: it a classic bildungsroman and has a great mix of the Gothic and romance plots that I love.

  12. Its really hard to pick a favorite. I love the In Death series by JD Robb. But I love Debbie Macomber novels too. So many great writers out there!dcf_beth at verizon dot net

  13. My perrfect fit hasn't been written yet – that's why I'm trying to write it, ha ha. Lord of the Rings is my absolute all time favorite, but I'd say that laely Shiver by Maggie Stiefvator is high on the list and so is the Hunger Games.

  14. I just finished reading Shade and loved it. I loved the premise behind the story with shifters and pre-shifters. I would highly recommend this book!

  15. Thanks for the contest! I think a novel that fits me perfectly as a reader is A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly, because she makes so many awesome literary allusions and I love to read!

  16. I read this book Savvy by Ingrid Law and I really related to it because she felt like and outsider and that she'd never get where she wanted to do. So many days I feel that way!BTW I didn't see a space for it on the form so here's my twitter name @justkeepreading

  17. Thanks for the contest! I'm not sure what book fits me perfectly, but one of my favorites is Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta. It is so beautiful.

  18. WOW thanks for the amazing giveaway!I would have to say that the books that I can most relate to would be the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. I feel very close to Max and have the same beliefs that she has as far as wanting to save the world.

  19. I don't know if they fit me perfectly as a reader, but I've noticed I have quite a few novels by Joyce Carol Oates. I liked them all. The last book I enjoyed the most lately was The Little Stranger by Sarah Waters.

  20. I love Sarah Dessen books. I have read every book by her and loved them all. My all-time favorite read was Going too Far by Jennifer Echols. I pretty much think that she could write on a tissue and it would be amazing πŸ™‚

  21. I have SO MANY favorite books, but the ones I keep returning to make me feel such deep feelings, like Jane Eyre and The Thornbirds, and inspire me to want more, to have adventure, and to LIVE, like anything written by Tamora Pierce.

  22. Thanks so much for the contest, I've been dying to read this book. If I had to pick a favorite book it would have to be one that I just finished and adored, The Lonely Hearts Club by Elizabeth Eulberg, fantastic!

  23. The book I apsolutely am in love with is The Hunger Games! It is such a unique and fasinating book!! I could bring it to a desert island and continue to re-read it over and over, hehe

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