Sunday, July 31, 2011

Summer Giveaway Hop {8.1.11}

The Summer Giveaway Hop is hosted by I Am A Reader, Not A WriterBookHounds.

This hop will run from August 1st-7th and the winner will be announced on Tuesday August 8th.

- MUST be a follower!
- MUST leave a comment below with your contact info...and that's it :]


Now the moment you have been waiting for...

TWO winners will win one book of the choice from The Book Depository under $20!

I almost forgot to include the linky for all the other great giveaways!

Hope you all enjoy the giveaway hop!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Friday Follow {7.29.11}

Book Blogger Hop

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Crazy-For-Books.

"Highlight one book that you received this book that you are ready to dig into!"

Wolfsbane (Nightshade #2)

When Calla Tor wakes up in the lair of the Searchers, her sworn enemies, she’s certain her days are numbered. But then the Searchers make her an offer—one that gives her the chance to destroy her former masters and save the pack—and the man—she left behind. Is Ren worth the price of her freedom? And will Shay stand by her side no matter what? Now in control of her own destiny, Calla must decide which battles are worth fighting and how many trials true love can endure and still survive.

I am so excited and I cannot wait! 

What is your answer? {Leave your blog URL so that I can follow you back!}

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Vacation Time + any Guest Posters?

Hi fellow readers (wow that was crappy) hey y'all (much better :])! I will be working tomorrow and Friday from 7-7 and then Friday we are leaving for the beach when I get off. I will be gone from Friday to Tuesday

I am a little sad that I won't be able to blog and converse with you all the next few days, but I will be checking my email so feel free to drop me a line (ashleysbookshelf at gmail dot com). I plan to have some post go up while I am gone, one being a giveaway hop that will start August 1st. The problem is I was hoping I could find some of you to guest post while I am gone? If you are interested email me and let me know what you would like to guest post. The possibilities are endless you just have to keep it PG-13 at the most :]

ashleysbookshelf at gmail dot com

Whoever volunteers to guest post might be lucky enough to receive a little souvenir (hint.hint).

Please Help!

WOW {7.27.11}: Hades

Waiting on Wednesday is hosted by Breaking the Spine.

Bethany and Xavier are even closer since battling Jake Thorn and his evil influence (in Halo) and Beth and her angel siblings must still protect Venus Cove from the Dark Forces. 
When a party game – a séance – inadvertently releases Jake from the Underworld, he disguises himself and tricks Beth into taking a ride on his motorcycle. When the highway opens up and swallows them, Beth learns too late that she’s now a prisoner in hell. What happens to angels there? As her archangel brother, Gabriel, her sister Ivy, Xavier, and her best friend, Molly search for her, Beth must weigh Jake’s bargaining for her freedom: one night with him, and she will be released back to Earth. Can Jake be trusted in this wager? And is he also using Beth to engineer the fall of the archangel Gabriel? Xavier has already lost one love – when Jake tricks him into thinking that Bethany is dead, his grief and anger result in a betrayal that will leave Bethany – and readers – wondering if he is so good after all. 
It will be up to Beth to use everything she’s learned about her powers as an angel – and about love – to free herself and those she loves from the clutches of Hades.

This Wednesday I cannot wait for HADES by Alexandra Adornetto! This is the second book in the Halo series! The expected publication date is August 30th 2011. 

What are you waiting for on this Wednesday?

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Personalized Gift Set {Baby} Edition

I have decided to participate in the 3…2…1… craft! hosted by Kitty Cats and Airplanes. Below is my first entry! I would love to know what you all think. These are going on sale in my Etsy store tonight for $28. I can personalize them with your choosing.


The set includes a burp cloth, a short sleeved onesie, a long sleeved onesie, and two hairbows. This set is completely customizable. You can choose color, theme, and the items that you would like to include, such as, for a boy I can include two washcloths instead of the bows or something else of your choosing. The possibilities are endless.

I also wanted to share with you all where I received the wicked fabric from.

Blog, Website, Store, Facebook, Twitter

The Intrepid Thread was gracious enough to send me the following set!

Alphabet Soup Girl and Boy Collection of 22 Fat Quarters By Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake

Alphabet Soup Girl and Boy Collection of 22 Fat Quarters By Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake

Alphabet Soup Girl and Boy Collection of 22 Fat Quarters By Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake

Alphabet Soup Girl and Boy Collection of 22 Fat Quarters By Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake

The set included:

1/4 yard each of:
Boy Main in blue
Boy Main White
Boy Squared in Blue
Boy Squared White
Girl Main in Pink
Girl Main White
Girl Squared in Pink
Girl Squared White
Blue Argyle
Orange Argyle
Green Argyle
Blue Circles
Gray Circles
Green Circles
Red Circles
Green Beads
Red Beads
Blue Beads
Gray Floral
White Floral
Pink Floral
Solid White
= 5 1/2 yds total

I was completely thrilled when I received this fabric (Alphabet Soup Boy and Girl Collection by Zoe Pearn for Riley Blake) and I wanted to get creative ASAP, but of course work got in the way and I had to put my creative mind in the back seat for awhile.

I have a friend who is due any time now and I thought what better way to use this fabric than with a gift for her little one that she plans on naming: Natalie. Thus the gift set was born using the pink fabric with flowers. I made the whole set – two onesies, burp cloth, and two hairbows with only one fat quarter, and plus I had some left over!

This fabric is genuinely beautiful and I plan to purchase more in the future. Intrepid Thread was great in answering my questions and quick in shipping the products. No doubt they are the #1 fabric seller that I know on Etsy :]

I hope you all decide to check out Intrepid Thread and if you do tell them Ashley Suzanne sent you!


Happy Crafting!


Monday, July 25, 2011

Review Policy

I am always interested in reviewing books! Below are just a few details of what I like to read and what requests I won’t accept. If everything is a go, please send me an email.

ashleysbookshelf at gmail dot com


YA only. I am very interested in paranormal and fantasy, but I really enjoy reading pretty much any YA (young adult) title.

E-books and online reads. I will not accept any e-books or online reading material, because it is just too hard and uncomfortable to sit at the computer and read.


I’ve compiled a list of details that I will include in each of my reviews.
  • Book cover
  • Publisher
  • Release date
  • Basic book information (pages, cover type, etc)
  • Synopsis
  • Where to find the author (websites, blogs, social networks)
  • Buy the book links (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Book Depository – unless requested otherwise)
  • Overall rating
I will always read and review books as soon as possible. If you have a specific date, please specify in the email. I would also be glad to post author interviews or guest posts along with my review.

Giveaways and contests. I am always happy to host a contest or book giveway, as well as provide links to other giveaways and promotional information – as requested by publishers or authors.

Products. The same idea applies to products. I am very open when it comes to reviewing products. I review anywhere from baby item to furniture. Just email with your product description and I will let you know if I am interested or not.

I am borrowing this policy from The Book Worms, but I agree to everything it says!

It's Monday...What Are You Reading? {7.25.11}

It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Book Journey

This Monday I am reading...

The Vampire Prince (Cirque Du Freak, #6)

Branded a traitor, betrayed by a friend, hunted by the vampire clan-Darren Shan, the Vampire's Assistant, faces certain death. Can Darren reverse the odds and outwit a Vampire Prince? Darren's initiation on Vampire Mountain draws to a stunning, bloody conclusion-but the Saga continues ...

What are you reading?

Cover Crazy: The Demon Lover

Cover Crazy is hosted by the wonderful Tawny @ The Book Worms

I gasped . . . or tried to. My mouth opened, but I couldn’t draw breath. . . . His lips, pearly wet, parted and he blew into my mouth. My lungs expanded beneath his weight. When I exhaled he sucked in my breath and his weight turned from cold marble into warm living flesh. 
Since accepting a teaching position at remote Fairwick College in upstate New York, Callie McFay has experienced the same disturbingly erotic dream every night: A mist enters her bedroom, then takes the shape of a virile, seductive stranger who proceeds to ravish her in the most toe-curling, wholly satisfying ways possible. Perhaps these dreams are the result of writing her bestselling book, The Sex Lives of Demon Lovers. After all, Callie’s lifelong passion is the intersection of lurid fairy tales and Gothic literature—which is why she finds herself at Fairwick’s renowned folklore department, living in a once-stately Victorian house that, at first sight, seemed to call her name.  
But Callie soon realizes that her dreams are alarmingly real. She has a demon lover—an incubus—and he will seduce her, pleasure her, and eventually suck the very life from her. Then Callie makes another startling discovery: He’s not the only mythical creature in Fairwick. As the tenured witches of the college and the resident fairies in the surrounding woods prepare to cast out the incubus, Callie must accomplish something infinitely more difficult—banishing this demon lover from her heart.

What I love about this cover? 

First of all the dress is beautiful and the sky and trees. Next would have to be the title. I love the simple yet elegant feel of this cover and after reading the description I could feel my heart rate speed up just a little. I HAVE TO HAVE THIS BOOK! Good thing is, it comes out this fall!


What is your Cover Crazy this week?
- A

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Re-Post: {Advance Reader Copies: FAQ's}

This is a re-post from The Story Siren.

The Story Siren

Remember how last time I commented on her awesome logo up top? Well I am happy to say that I am going to get a design from the wonderful Tawny @ Forever Designs

To preface this post, I want to share a comment left by a publisher:
As I work for a publisher, I get endless emails every single day from people claiming to be book bloggers and wanting books 'for review'. When I do go and look at their blogs, their reviews are unprofessional and almost all of their posts are IMM's where they brag about the free books they have received, and all of their followers come from ‘Follow Fridays’.

Over the last two years, my inbox has exploded. And I’m beginning to think that people are finding out how to request novels because bloggers like The Story Siren are telling them how to do it.

I feel that I need to let everyone know that review copies and followers come with HARD WORK. You should never request things unless you’ve been asked to first. Publishers will not send books to people who don’t deserve it.

So you’ve been blogging for two months and think that you should start getting ARC’s. NO YOU SHOULD NOT. PLEASE LEAVE US ALONE.

And I apologise if you see this as a personal attack. I don’t mean it to be that. It’s just frustrating to see so many people trying to gets things that they’re not prepared to work for.

What is an arc?
Why do you get arcs?
Do you have to be a blogger to get arcs?
Where can you get arcs besides publishers or authors?
Who do you contact to get an arc?
What do you say when you email a publisher?
I contacted the publisher about requesting an arc, but I still haven’t heard back from them. What do I do?
When do you post reviews for arcs?
How do you find out about upcoming titles to request?
Do US publisher send arc overseas?
I got an arc that I didn’t ask for and I don’t want it. What do I do with it?

Q: What is an arc?
A: An arc or advance reader copy is a promotional tool that publishers provide for booksellers, journalists, librarians and bloggers. It is an uncorrected proof of book, sort of like a rough draft, but not that raw. There may be minor misspellings and grammar mistakes.

Did you know that a “galley” is different from an “advance reader copy”? I didn’t, look at me learning something for this. According to Wikipedia... and who knows if this is really accurate. A galley is an uncorrected proof... “which were usually bound in plain paper covers and without illustrations. Galley proofs differ from ARCs in that ARCs are printed in full color and in the same format as the published book, while galley proofs are generally printed in black and white and are significantly larger in size than the market book. Publishers who produce their galley proofs in electronic form do not use them as ARCs.”

IMO: As I mentioned above advance reader copies are a promotional tool. I believe as a blogger if you are thinking about requesting or accepting advance reader copies, you are also accepting the responsibility to market them. You can easily “promote or share your love of reading” by buying your own books or going to the library and borrowing them.

Q: Why do you get arcs?
A: This is one of the most common questions that I get asked... or a variation of the question... HOW do you get arcs.

It’s not all that simple of an answer.

I know that for someone that may have just discovered my blog and has viewed an In My Mailbox post (where I share the books I receive for review weekly) it would seem that advance readers copies are easily attained. What you have to remember though, and what I think most people overlook, is that I’ve been blogging about Young Adult literature for almost four years now, and that has a lot to do with why I get arcs and why I get the amount that I do.

I never contacted publishers or an authors for arcs when I began blogging. In all honestly I wasn’t even aware that it was a possibility. I started reviewing books I had borrowed from the library and books I had bought. A common misconception about book blogging that I’ve seen recently, is that you have to review advance readers copies. You don’t! I had been blogging for around six months when a YA author contacted me with a review request. Shortly after that I started receiving review requests from publishers.

And here’s why:

Dependability: I’ve “proven” myself to be a reliable blogger. I don’t blog for three months, take six months off... come back for a few more months and then disappear for two. You get the idea. I’m not saying that you have to blog everyday, but I am saying that you need to be dedicated, consistent. As much fun as blogging is, it’s also “work.”

Quality: I post reviews, interviews, discussion posts, book news, etc. Your reviews don’t have to be the equivalent of a two page paper, but at the same time, you don’t want a one sentence review. Find what works for you, whether it’s a few paragraphs or four. Quality is subjective, but to me, a quality post is something that’s informative, entertaining and fun. One of the main points that the publishers I met at Book Expo America had to say was that they are more concerned about the quality of your posts than how many people follow your blog and how long you have been blogging.

Stats: Advance reader copies are promotional material, and because of that publisher are more likely to send you an arc if you have people reading your blog. I don’t know what a publisher considers good stats, I don’t think there is a magic number. Use your best judgement.

Q: Do you have to be a blogger to get arcs? 
A: Nope.

Q: D Where can you get arcs besides publishers or authors?
A: There are several places where you can obtain advances readers copies besides contacting publishers or authors. Sometimes you don’t even need to be a blogger/bookseller/journalist/etc.

Random Buzzers is an online book community by Random House publishers. You sign up and participate in activities, reviews, quizzes, etc to earn points. You can use those points for books and advance reader copies.

MacTeenBooks/The In Group is a program for teens to receive review copies/advance readers copies and in return share a review. To be a part of The In Group you much be between the ages of 13-18.

Harlequin Teen Panel. Help Harlequin decide which cover to use, read advance reader copies and other fun stuff. Must be between the ages of 13-17.

Facebook is also another place to use. Several publishers offer advance reader copy sweepstakes and such, a few examples: Griffen Teen & Bloomsbury Teen.

Sign up for the Shelf Awareness newsletter. There are often “advertisements” that have links to request advance reader copies. It’s also a great way to stay up on bookish news.

Goodreads has, Goodreads Giveaways. There are several different giveaways you can sign up for.

For Bloggers a great place for advance reader copies is Netgalley! Netgalley is available for international bloggers but I’ve read that most publishers only accept your requests if your blog is in English.

Before you request be sure to check the request criteria for each publisher. Most of them want you to include in your bio; how long your blog has been active, how often you update you blog, a link to your blog, blog stats, twitter & facebook stats, and they prefer that you submit your review on Netgalley with the review link to your blog post.

Q: Who do you contact to get an arc? 
A: Most of the time you want to contact publicity, marketing or press. Honestly, I’m still confused in that aspect. These email addresses are available on almost every publisher website, you just have to look for them. Most of the time there is a “contact us” link.

And to give you a leg up, I’ve listed some of them here for you!

Macmillan Imprints:

Farrar, Straus & Giroux BYR:
Feiwel & Friends:
Henry Holt BYR:
Square Fish:
St. Martin’s Press:

The following four links are made available thanks to The Book Blogger Convention. These documents were provided at the Ask The Publisher Panel:

Harper Collins
Penguin USA
Simon & Schuster
Hachette Book Group

Random House:

Q: What do you say when you email a publisher? 
A: Well, it’s best to introduce yourself and your blog. Tell them how long you’ve been blogging and what other ways besides blogging do you promote literature... if you do. Let them know what times of books you review on your blog and what genres you prefer to read. Including some stats would be a good idea as well. (Make sure your stats are reliable. Google analytics is a great tool for this. Remember that page views and unique visitors are two very different things.)

Include the title(s) that you wish to request and then of course your contact information. Which is your mailing address. Most pubs want a home address and not a P.O. box.

Q: I contacted the publisher about requesting an arc, but I still haven’t heard back from them. What do I do?
A: This could be for a variety of reasons. I know how crazy my inbox can get at times, I can’t imagine how crazy it must be for a publicist.

From personal experience, sometimes I’ll get a follow-up email to a review request and sometimes the books will just show up at my house without me ever knowing if they got my initial email.

Give them some time. Don’t expect a reply back the next day or even in the next week. Give them a few weeks, if you haven’t head back send a follow-up email.

Q: When do you post reviews for arcs?
A: Every publisher has a preference for this, so it’s best to ask the individual publisher. I’ve asked a few publishers myself, you can find the answers here, Dear Story Siren: Publisher Edition.

Q: How do you find out about upcoming titles to request?
A: All (almost all) publishers put out a seasonal catalog. You can find them on the individual publisher website or you can check out Edelweiss which lists every book catalog known to man! Well, I don’t know about that for sure, but it seems like it!

Q: Do US publisher send arc overseas?
A: No, they don’t. As far as I know it’s an international rights issue for the US. My advice is to find publishers in your country.

Q: I got an arc that I didn’t ask for and I don’t want it. What do I do with it?
A: Don’t be afraid not to read an unsolicited book. I recently asked at a meeting with a publisher if they expected us to read every unsolicited book that they sent. And the answer was “of course not!” There is no expectations from them when it comes to them. If you read it, great! It not, not a big deal.

If it’s a book you aren’t interested in reading at all, find a blogger that is. Pass it along to a friend that is a reader. I have a classroom that I adopted that get a lot of my arcs, or I even have a few patients at work that I’ll take a goodie bag of book for. Worst case scenario, throw it away.

What are your thoughts?

Scripture Sundays {7.24.11}

Scripture Sundays is a new meme that I plan on hosting every Sunday. I decided to start this so that I can keep up with all the inspiring and truthful scriptures that I find in God's Word. These are coming from a CSB bible format. 

Please feel free to leave your Scripture Sunday in the comment section so that I can see what you all come up with!

Hope you join,

IMM {7.24.11}

IMM is hosted by The Story Siren each Sunday.

I know this is for book bloggers only, but since I am both a book blogger and general blogger, I am going to list all the fun things that I received.

The Vampire Prince (Cirque Du Freak, #6)

The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan {Goodreads/Amazon}

The Faerie Ring swag by Kiki Hamilton

For Review

Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Gift Pack includes:

All in all I must say this was a pretty decent IMM!

What's in your mailbox?
- A

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Book Blogger Hop {7.22.11}

Book Blogger Hop

The one genre that I cannot seem to "get into" no matter how hard I try is Urban Fantasy. I think it is just because it is on an adult level and even though I am an adult I still don't like to have to concentrate on the words while reading. I like for the story to flow easy, so that I can get caught up in it :]

Thanks to Crazy-For-Books for hosting this hop!

Pin it Tuesday {7.19.11}

Crazy About My Baybah

I know this is two days late, but I just found the post today and I thought it would be awesome to share some things.

These are just the few out of the hundreds that are posted on my boards. If you click on the images above it will take you to that pin and if you click here then you can see all of my boards and pins.

Happy Pinning!

Friday Blog Hops {7.22.11}

I know these are a little early, but in my defense I have to work 7A-7P tomorrow and I didn't want to be extremely behind so here you go.

    Image from {LC}

Q. Name 3 authors that you would love to sit down and spend an hour or a meal with just talking about either their books or get advice on writing from?

A. I would love to sit down with Melissa Marr, Cassandra Clare, and Maggie Stifevater :]

A Mommy's Sweet Blog Design Friday Blog Hop
Friend Finding Fridays

Let's Just Give It Away


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Stalk Hop Friday

Who will you follow?

My Craft Channel: {20 Cricuts in 20 Days}

I am not sure who is all aware of this fabulous blog or not, but they are in the process of giving away 20 CRICUTS in 20 DAYS!!! They are on day 9 now, so plenty more days to enter. The giveaways only last until 11:59PM on the days they are posted and they have been getting almost 600 comments daily. Stiff competition, but totally worth it.

Make sure to check it all out by clicking here (this will take you to day nine's post).

Cheers! and let me know if any of you win :]
- A

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Re-Post: {Blog Help}

This is a re-post from The Story Siren!

First of all isn't this an AWESOME logo? I would love to get some custom work done on my blog, but I do not know who I should choose. Any ideas?
Now onto her post!

I'm going to use this post to compile and list some of the posts I've done on blog advice and blog how to's. I'm planning on keeping it updated and adding links as I have more posts on the blog.

If your just starting a blog, or maybe you're just interested in reading some blog tips you should check out the following series I conducted about blog tips. I've also went back and updated some of the information on the posts.

Blog Tips (1) This goes into detail about how to start a blog, where you should host your page, getting a design, etc.
Blog Tips (2) This post has tips about content and getting visitors.
Blog Tips (3)  This post discusses reviewing books on your site and where to get them. Having a book blog does not equal getting advance reader copies.

If advance readers copies are on your mind, you need to read: Advance Readers Copies: What You Need to Know or Advance Readers Copies: The Mash Up

I also have two posts about the how and why I get "review" books. They are a little dated... so I'll need to update those soon, but they still have some reliable information in them: How Do You Get All Those Books? & How Do You Get All Those Books Part Two.

Treat others how you want to be treated! Check out my Book Blog Etiquette post!

General Questions from real readers: "Dear Story Siren"

You can find a complete list of questions and links to the answers: Dear Story Siren: Find it Here! 

Dear Publisher Edition: Questions about ARC's and Reviews.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Bloomsbury & Walker
Egmont USA
Random House
St. Martin's Griffin
Simon & Schuster
Harlequin Teen
Little Brown Books for Young Readers
Lerner Publishing Group
I hope this helps you as much as it has helped me! Get use to seeing more re-post on Ashley Suzanne. I tend to do this because some people are a natural with words and are better at explaining than I am. I also find a ton of great things around the web and I want to keep a collection, right here, so that it is easy for me to re-find when I need to :]


Monday, July 18, 2011

It's Monday {7.18.11}

On this Monday afternoon I am reading (drum roll, please)!

Firelight (Firelight, #1)

What are your thoughts?

What are you reading?

Guest Post {Amanda McNeil} + Giveaway!

Tova Gallagher isn't just your average tough as nails, intelligent Bostonian. She also just so happens to be half-demon, and halvesies have an important role to play in the supe world. Whether they choose to go with the instincts of their demon or human half is supposed to predict the outcome of the endtimes, and now Tova has a deadline to choose sides. But all of that is hard to care about when she's just met a sexy stranger on the edge of the Charles River.

The other day I received an email from Amanda offering a chance for me to read and review her newest e-book: Ecstatic Evil. I had to end up denying the request due to the fact that I do not own an E-Reader. I told Amanda that I would be honored to feature her on Ashley Suzanne with a guest post and a giveaway! And you know what she agreed!!! So I present you with her character Tova's guest post (giveaway will follow).

"My name is Tova Gallagher, and I’m a halvesie living in Boston.  Oh, you don’t know what a halvesie is?  A halvesie is a half-demon, half-human that the supe world uses to attempt to predict whether evil or good will win in the endtimes.  Fun for me, huh?  It’s worse than just being at war with myself inside.  I also have to deal with my demon cousin Bartleby constantly dropping in and whipping up lattes for himself out of thin air.  Not to mention walking through walls and being just generally fabulous.  Plus, the fairies rather constantly send the seriously way too happy Fae to check in on me and encourage me to be good.  (She has the best set of red curls ever.  I wish my boring, straight, black hair would even come close to being that pretty).
When I’m not dealing with the supe world, I’m running my independent bookstore, Legion Books, that I co-own with my best friend, Kay, who is completely oblivious to the fact that I’m a supe.  Since I’m a typical car-less Bostonian, I take public transit to the bookstore most days of the week.  If you think demons are bad, you should try dealing with a bunch of frustrated Bostonians and our badly maintained transit system every day.  It’s a really good thing bourbon exists, or I don’t know how I’d make it through my days, because on top of everything, I don’t have a boyfriend, which really cuts down on the stress release if you know what I mean.  It’s not exactly easy to hang on to a boyfriend when you have a tendency to accidentally use demonic magic when you get aroused.  I’m just saying.  I just have to hold out hope that someday I’ll meet a man who is a match for me.  Also that I can finally figure out whether to be good or evil.  That’s kind of important too."
Amanda was also kind enough to send me some links to the Kindle that she bought and the goodies that she got to go with it. I thought I would share these for you and help shed some light.

Buy it! You can buy a copy of Ecstatic Evil on Amazon

Win it!! One reader will win their very own ebook copy of Ecstatic Evil!

All you have to do to enter is leave a comment with your email address and if you have an ereader or if you plan to get one and which one.


- MUST be a follower!
- Open Internationally
- Ends 7/25
- Must leave email in order for entry to count
- Winner will have 24 hours once contacted

Thanks Amanda and Tova!
- A