Monday, April 23, 2012

Month of CINDER Giveaway


I know it's been a while since I've hosted a giveaway on my blog, so I decided it was time to dust off the prize shelf and offer a fantastic prize. In the spirit of the "Month of CINDER" giveaway, hosted by Sarah at THE BOOK LIFE, I am offering a hardback copy of CINDER by Marissa Meyer. To enter, use the rafflecopter widget below.

If you haven't seen the trailer for CINDER yet, or know nothing at all about the book...in short, if you've been hiding under a rock for the last few months, check this out:



I've read and reviewed CINDER on Goodreads a month ago. You can read more about that here. I gave it 5/5 stars. It's an amazing debut and one I anticipate for all the sequel goodness Marissa Meyer can offer us. Don't worry, it's fairly spoiler free. Otherwise, keep scrolling down and enter as many times as you like.

UPDATE: This giveaway is open to international fans, but the prize is in English (US Version).

As for the giveaway, a winner will be randomly chosen once the giveaway has ended, and I will post the results here. In the meantime, feel free to have a look around the blog and comment where you like. Thank you so much for reading, following, commenting and sharing.

Happy reading and Writing!

FINAL UPDATE: Thank you all for taking part in this giveaway. This was my most successful giveaway yet. I had so much fun, I plan to do many more in the near future. So, please stay tuned and keep checking back for new content and new giveaways to enjoy. There are many other giveaways that include CINDER right now, since several bloggers are doing a Fairytale Themed Blog Hop. For those who didn't win, I wish I could give all of you books, but please keep trying. You'll get it!

The winner of CINDER is: Jasmine Rose!

I contacted Jasmine via email and she replied:

I'm so SO excited to own my own copy. I really loved it. Thanks for hosting this awesome contest :]

Jasmine Rose


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21 comments:

  1. The pumpkin turning into the the carriage! :)

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  2. My favorite part of the Cinderella story is Cinderella's transformation. Her fairy Godmother comes and makes her ready for the ball and I think she looks BEAUTIFUL! :) You just know the prince will fall for her because she's gorgeous and such a kind person.

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  3. My favorite part would have to be when she gets to stick it to the wicked step-mother. And, of course, the happily ever after part.

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  4. I like when prince test the shoe to her and realizes that she is the girl that he was looking for.

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  5. In Cinder one of my favorite parts was when she showed up to the ball all messy and grease-stained. She was embarrassed, yes, but she did it anyway and held her head high.

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  6. Hmm, I like that Cinderella's the one who captures the prince's attention out of everyone else at the ball.

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  7. I think that this is an interesting tale. I haven't read it myself, but I had heard about it on random buzzers. I hope I get it! :D

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  8. I admit with a blush that I am a big fan of the singing mice.

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  9. The ball and the beauty of the castle! And the angry faces of her stepsisters!

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  10. I guess I've been living under a rock--I don't know much about the book. But the cover is drop-dead gorgeous! I'd like to get my hands on this one.

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  11. My favorite part of the story is when Cinderella leaves the glass slipper behind.

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  12. The Ending when her stepmother and step sisters get left in the dust and she gets the prince!

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  13. The ending!!! I love happy endings!

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  14. The part where the mice made her the dress! (which was sadly ruined by the stepsisters D:) I loved that part so much when I was a kid that I would trace the picture of the dress again and again. :P

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  15. I really like the part where Cinderella left her glass shoe. :)

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  16. I love the music in the Roger and Hammerstein version of the story!!!

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  17. In Disney's version my favorite part is the ball, where she meets the prince! So romantic!

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  18. When Cinderella creates her ball gown with the help of the mice. (from the old Disney animated movie)

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  19. I'm going to sound like a total girl but I love when Prince Charming sweeps Cinderella off to their Happily Ever After <3

    Pavan

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  20. When she gets her prince of course!

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