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Hello everyone and Happy Sunday! To all those in the United States, I hope you’re enjoying the long weekend and last few days of summer! Let’s get down to business, shall we?

Giveaway Winners:

We have the lucky winners all selected for our fabulous Soho Teen Launch Party! The three winners of a Soho Teen Tote Bag are:

Matthew Galloway

Kai Agito

Yiota Yiotini

The one lucky winner of a Soho Teen bag + the first three Soho Teen titles + the Teen Sampler is:

Christina K.

AND the winner of the wig used to impersonate Michelle Gagnon in the Soho Teen trailer is:

Tirzah Price (The Compulsive Reader)

Congratulations to all the winners! You know the drill – send an email to us (contact AT thebooksmugglers DOT com) with your snail mail address, and we’ll get your winnings out to you as soon as possible. Thanks again to all who entered, and to Soho Teen for the welcome party!

The Smugglerific Newsletter:

Yes, yes, the newsletter AGAIN. We are gearing up to release our September issue – which includes a Q&A with Stormdancer author Jay Kristoff, as well as a preview of all the upcoming books from Strange Chemistry. So if you haven’t signed up yet, we highly recommend you get your name in to join the fun. You can check out all of our past issues online HERE, and sign up using the form below.

This Week on The Book Smugglers:

We kick off the week on Monday with an interview with Kat Zhang, author of YA science fiction/dystopia novel What’s Left of Me, followed up later in the day with Thea’s review of the book.

On Tuesday, Ana takes over with a review of YA urban fantasy novel The City’s Son by Tom Pollock, plus a guest post from the author about his inspirations and influences.

Wednesday, we are a stop on Claire Legrand’s debut middle grade horror novel, The Cavendish Home for Boys and Girls – we have a joint review of the novel, plus a guest post from the author (plus a giveaway opportunity, naturally).

On Thursday, Ana takes over again with a review of historical fantasy novel Hide Me Among the Graves by Tim Powers. Plus, we are thrilled to have Tim Powers over to answer a few of our burning questions.

Finally, on Friday Thea closes out the week with a review of one of her most highly anticipated novels of the year: Juliet Marillier’s Shadowfell.

It is a very, very busy week! Until tomorrow, we remain…

From Project Sirkols

~ Your Friendly Neighborhood Book Smugglers

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2 Comments

  • Christina K.
    September 2, 2012 at 2:48 pm

    YAY! Thanks so much! I just emailed you:) Soho Teen’s books sound awesome!

  • discoveringstudent
    September 2, 2012 at 7:22 pm

    I’m so excited for your review of Shadowfell! I’m still trying to decide if it’s worth buying or if I can wait until it’s in the library… I’ll probably buy it.

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