Howdy folks, and welcome to another edition of the Smugglers’ Stash.
First, a few announcements…
We have a few winners to announce!
The winner of The Iron King by Julie Kagawa is…
Jacqueline C. (Comment #30)
The winner of The Prince of Mist is:
Tricia Scott (Comment #43)
You all know the drill. Email us (contact AT thebooksmugglers DOT com) with your snail mail address and we will get your winnings out to you as soon as possible. NOTE: due to the increasing number of unclaimed prizes, winners have one week to contact us/reply to our email. After one week, we pick a new winner. Thanks again to everyone that entered, and congratulations to all of the winners!
You can still enter our Paper Towns by John Green contest. We are giving away 15 copies here.
News from the Interwebs:
Author Celine Kiernan has a giveaway going on her blog, with the complete Moorehawke Trilogy up for grabs! That’s right – the giveaway includes the yet-to-be released final book, The Rebel Prince so if you’re a fan, you might wanna get over to her site and enter. You have until June 22 and the contest is open to EVERYONE. Check out the countdown widget below to read about the rules, and to see how much time you have left to enter:
This week on The Book Smugglers:
In honor of BEA, we’ve decided to throw a virtual party – that is, this week wll be known henceforth as “BookExpo America Appreciation Week”! In which we review books we received at BEA.
On Monday, Thea reviews (at long last!!!) Sapphique, dystopian YA novel sequel to the awesome Incarceron.
Tuesday, Ana reviews Seth Baumgartner’s Love Manifesto by Eric Luper, a Contemporary YA novel.
On Wednesday, Thea reviews The Enemy by Charles Higson – another YA post-apocalyptic novel, in which everyone over the age of 16 has turned into insatiable zombies.
Thursday, Ana reviews yet another Contemporary YA Friend Is Not A Verb by Daniel Ehrenhaft.
And on Friday, we close out the week with a joint review of Go, Mutants! by Larry Doyle.
Until Monday, we remain…
Ana’s BEA Loot, waiting to be shelved…
~ Your Friendly Neighborhood Book Smugglers