Monday, March 14, 2011

Win a Free Copy of Choker by Elizabeth Woods

Choker

Win a free copy of this hot new young adult title. Exciting psychological thriller by Elizabeth Woods. This one is a REAL page-turner (see my review from February). Choker will have teen readers up late into the night reading and relishing the rocking pace and seriously twisted ending. This one is unputdownable and not to be missed! Personally, I even had dreams about this novel after reading it. Comment on this post and tell me why this book would appeal to your readers/teens.

Please include your name, the name of your library or school, the location (city, state) and an email address where you can be reached.

Deadline for posting is March 30 at 12:00 noon MST (Mountain Standard Time)
Winners will be notified by email on March 31. Books will be shipped from Simon & Schuster the week of April 1, 2011. You are still eligible even if you have won a book in a previous giveaway.

Good Luck! Pamela

13 comments:

  1. I think this book would appeal to several different readers--mystery lovers, contemporary fiction folks, and romance readers.
    Becky, New Providence Middle School, Clarksville, TN becky37042@gmail.com

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  2. I am so pleased to see more and more teens reading just for the pleasure of it. It is exciting to see more and more entertaining books available to them. Thank you!
    Connie, Wm. H. Harrison High School, Harrison, OH
    spurlockconnie@yahoo.com

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  3. I can't wait to read it!
    Dana, Winder-Barrow High School, Winder, GA dtslmuga@gmail.com

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  4. I'm the assistant manager @ Crossfield Municipal Library in Alberta Canada (I run the kid and teen bookclubs there). I think this is open to Canada? But if no, 's'okay!

    my email is stywrk @ telusplanet . net

    website is www.debamarshall.com

    Thanks so much!

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  5. CHOKER sounds like a terrific read. Fingers crossed.

    Sindy Cunningham
    Norman Howard School Library
    Rochester, NY
    scunningham@normanhoward.org

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  6. Sounds like a great read!

    Vicki Peirce
    St. Mary's Academy High School
    Englewood CO

    Vicki_Peirce@smanet.org

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  7. Last week, I read a different book suggestion from you - Darkness Becomes Her - and loved it! It's already been checked out twice in one week (a good sign). This one looks like a page-turner, too.

    April van Buren,
    Mesa Vista Middle & High School library
    Ojo Caliente, NM
    avanburen@mesavista.k12.nm.us
    MsRyanPCHS@yahoo.com

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  8. We are always looking for new books to recommend to our teens. This sounds like one they will love! Delphi, Indiana high school library.Thank you for the review and the offer!
    Wrightb@Delphi.k12.in.us

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  9. Zundy Leadership Academy
    Wichita Falls, TX

    agalliton@wfisd.net

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  10. Sounds great!

    Heather Overstreet
    Eastwood Middle School
    Cottondale, AL
    hheadric@tusc.k12.al.us

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  11. Who doesn't want to fit in? Any student could relate to the bullying, peer pressure, wanting to be a part of something. Not only would my students relate to what is happening, they would love the thriller element.
    Thank you for the opportunity.

    Robin Weber
    Brooklyn Center Community Schools
    Brooklyn Center, MN
    rsweber@brookcntr.k12.mn.us

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  12. So many of the kids here are looking for an exciting read; this would definitely fit the bill...add in the complex issues in the book that our teens can readily relate to and we've got a winner!
    Mary Geenen
    Redmond High School
    Redmond, OR
    mary.geenen@redmond.k12.or.us

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  13. This sounds like an outstanding book. My students are always looking for high-interest books.

    Keri Pray
    Spring Garden
    5802 S 22nd St
    St Joseph, Mo 64503

    keri.pray@sjsd.k12.mo.us

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