Contest: Win a copy of Princess of Glass by Jessica Day George!

Bloomsbury has generously donated a copy of PRINCESS OF GLASS for  two lucky readers at The Hiding Spot!

(1) Finished copy of PRINCESS OF GLASS (for US winner)
(1) Arc copy of PRINCESS OF GLASS (for International winner)

How to Enter:
You MUST comment on my review of PRINCESS OF GLASS or the interview with Jessica Day George. (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 – Comment on this post with a fairy tale or myth that you’d like to see retold.
+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)
+2 Follow Jessica Day George on Twitter (@JessDayGeorge)
+3 Tweet this contest. (Leave a link.)
+3 Link this contest on your sidebar, in a post, or on FB. (Leave a link.)

Contest will close July 25th, 2010. Open Internationally!

Good luck!


39 thoughts on “Contest: Win a copy of Princess of Glass by Jessica Day George!

  1. I think, out of all the fairy tales, I would probably like a retelling of Hansel and Gretel, I think — because all the other fairy tale retellings follow princesses and curses. It would be interesting to see what could be done with it.Also, I'm *really excited* for this book, so this contest is great~!

  2. Hmm…most fairy tales have already been retold many, many times. I liked the Princess and the Frog. I thought that one was pretty funny/cute/sweet, so I'd like a novel that bases its story around that idea.Thanks for the contest!

  3. Fairy tale or myth retold: My three favorites (Mulan, Twelve Dancing Princesses and East o'the Moon, West o'the Sun) have all been done at various times. I wouldn't mind something like the Japanese fairy tale of Susano or Amaterasu being done. You don't often see them being done in Western fiction.Lexie C.

  4. I'd like to see something more boy-centric, like Hansel and Gretel or Jack and the Beanstalk. A lot of them are pretty girly, which is okay, but I think that there's room to pull in a male audience.

  5. I love any and all fairy tale retellings, and I've even tried to write some myself. I love retellings of fairy tales that aren't as well known, like Goose Girl by Shannon Hale. I do think it would be cool to see a retelling of Little Mermaid or Princess and the Pea.

  6. Cinderella is & always has been one of my favorites to have retold. But I'd also love to see Little Red Riding Hood updated & maybe changed a bit. What if the Big Bad Wolf isn't a wolf? What if he's a con-artist? Then who is the woodcutter? I think it would be fun. Of course, I love all fairy tale retellings. : ) Thanks for the giveaway.ambience.of.rain {at}

  7. I love retellings! Sisters Red by Jackson Pearce is un my TBR pile 😀 But one story I haven't read any retellings of, is Little Mermaid! It's one of my favorite fairy tales so I'd love to see it updated :DThanks for the giveaway!

  8. I would like to read a retelling of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Ugly Duckling" from a person's point of view instead of ducks and swans.Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. +JMJ+I'd choose The Steadfast Tin Soldier by Hans Christian Andersen. It does not seem very popular among storytellers, and I think it has something to do with the soldier being less than the usual Prince Charming material. A modern version might have someone coming home from a tour of duty with only one leg. A challenge to write about, at the very least!

  10. I would like to read a retelling of Hansel and Gretel. I think everything else has been done already, but I can't think of a retelling of this story.

  11. I would like to see a great, thorough retelling of The Twelve Dancing Princesses and Rapunzel because I think those stories have so much more that can be looked into.

  12. An interesting retelling??I love Arthurian lore. How about a modern follow-up to the tales of King Arthur. Set in modern day, with characters who are the descendants of the "real" King. And somehow the events of the past begin to play out again in modern day. Magic sword and all!Laura HartnessThe Calico Critic

  13. Princess and the frog, or anything from King Arthur's tales or Shakespeare's comedies. …Not that those are actually "fairy-tales" but eh. I'd love to see a YA book revolve around any of those plots, while adding a unique twist.

  14. I'd love to read a retelling of Snow White and the seven dwarfs. It is one fairy tale replete with all the ingredients of a blockbuster book for me! :)Thank you so much for this amazing giveaway!

  15. I pretty much love any fairy tale retelling so it's hard to choose… I'd like to see a well done novelization of The Little Mermaid. Even though it's tragic it's one of my favorites. Also, I'm a sucker for any Beauty and the Beast retelling, even though there's already tons of them out there!

  16. I just love fairy tales in general! I've read both her other tales, and loved them, but haven't gotten to this one yet… My most favorite fairy tale has always been The Twelve Dancing Princesses, so I'm always exited to see that one retold, but I would really like to see some of the more obscure Grimm's tales, like Jordan and Joringel (sp?) retold as well. Thanks for the contest!

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